Our Process

Inspiration

We believe the energy we invest into each piece of our clothing travels to it's new destination, adding comfort, peace, and joy to your life's journey.  This is truly the inspiration behind our Nina styles. Both the Nina top and dress are inspired by tranquil vibes, modern silhouettes, and by our founder Meçla's Turkish heritage. The Nina styles are perfect for lounging but can also be dressed up for day to day activities or dinner. We also love to wear them to community gatherings, like a special ceremony or meditation as well as a relaxed beach vacation.  
 
Our newest dresses, like the Willow, Posey, and Milly are a little more whimsical with flirty ruffles and playful energy. Imagine wearing these dresses on a romantic vacation to the Mediterranean or to a picnic in a field of flowers. 

 

Our Clothing

 Meçlâ's minimal silhouettes provide elevated staples to your wardrobe that are made for comfort and versatility. When designing, we create classic silhouettes and combine them with high fashion details. Our simple yet modern clothing can be worn with ease at home to relax, out on the town to make a statement, and anywhere in between. We aim to design and sew pieces that you'll love and wear for years to come. 

 

 Production

 Each piece is ethically produced in Denver, Colorado on a made-to-order basis by Meçlâ, her Assistant Designer, Kinsey, and Mimi Shim Studio. We are committed to ethically sourcing materials, improving zero-waste efforts, and using natural fibers. Most orders take about 2-4 weeks to sew and ship. You'll hear from us when you first order, when your item is almost ready to ship, and then you'll receive a tracking number.  We appreciate your patience and investment in a small  slow fashion business. 

Fabric Collections

Although Meçlâ does not follow the traditional fashion calendar, you will notice new fabrics and colors throughout the year to create new collections. We currently work with Tencel and 100% Cotton. 

We know that fashion and textile production is far from sustainable, but we do our best to practice as much sustainability as possible. We source our deadstock fabrics from L.A. and the cotton muslin we use from Turkey is woven on special looms and produced by a cruelty free, fair-trade manufacturer. We source Tencel Lyocell from a Standard 100 by OEKO-TEX certified company that tests for harmful substances during all stages of production. Tencel Lyocell is very gentle on the skin, naturally resistant to bacteria, and biodegradable.