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Meet Grapevine Designer Ming Wang

By Lauren Adams |
Ming Wang
Three Ming Wang designs available locally. (photography courtesy of Ming Wang)
Ming Wang
Three Ming Wang designs available locally. (photography courtesy of Ming Wang)

With fall in the near future, it’s only right to start thinking about how to transition our wardrobes from one season to the next. With her versatile knitwear, Ming Wang provides the perfect answer. With style and function in mind, the Grapevine based designer caters to women who strive for easy, effortless dressing. Able to take a favorite sundress from summer to autumn with a sweep of one of her signature sweaters, Wang designs clothing that transcends seasons. Her combination of color trends and classic neutrals creates a timeless collection, a mix of luxury statement pieces and refined basics that are made to last a lifetime.

More than anything, Ming Wang is concerned with the comfort of her customers. Her knitwear is made to fit and flatter an array of women, ranging in size from petite XS to 3X. It’s a breath of fresh air among a sea of designers who cater only to an ideal. Breaking away from the crowd, she has made it clear through her annual “I Am Ming Wang” campaign, a celebration of all ages and body types, that the brand embodies the masses, seeking to redefine a woman’s relationship with her closet.

Her most striking pieces are her vibrant outerwear like the perfect tweed jacket or color blocked cardigan. With plenty of options each season, it’s easy to find a piece that works for you. Bonus: you won’t break the bank with the majority of the collection priced under the $300 mark. The Ming Wang line is available in and around Dallas at all Dillards and in select Nordstroms.

Kelly Belter is a shopping intern.

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