If it’s not alcohol, it’s definitely going to be clothes, because we all know tumble dryers aren’t going to make the cut. SEEMS Real Housewives don’t enjoy making bags of money while maintaining the mental intelligence of mean girls in high school. No, they want… A BRAND.
So many things can fall under the “brand” umbrella, but Bravolebrities’ favorite seems to be the fashion line. As we all know Real Housewives of Atlanta star Shereé Whitfield’s She from Her
It broke Sheree is the level of perfection to achieve, here are some other Housewives who wanted to break into the wide world of clothing.
Real Housewives of Beverly Hills / Kyle Richards
Real Housewives of Beverly Hills AND, Kyle Richards is no stranger to side business. Viewers have seen Kyle get involved in a variety of different ventures, from creating a now-cancelled TV show based on her childhood to starting and managing her now-defunct clothing boutique Kyle by Alene Too. It’s safe to say no eyebrows were raised when Kyle debuted a fashion line in season 10 called Kyle x Shahida. Kyle has a history of attending events dressed head to toe in designer names. She also displayed her combined business expertise and flair for fashion when she founded the aforementioned Alene Too businesses. Her annual trips to New York City for Fashion Week, which she has been doing ever since RHOBA started, further demonstrated her passion for fashion. If you like a fancy muumuu, this is the way to go.
Real Housewives of New York / Sonja Morgan
What will Real Housewives of New York be without Miss Sonja Morgan and her ability to make something out of nothing? Well, we’ll find out, but in the meantime, let’s review Sonja’s venture into the world of fashion. In 2014 Sonja launched her own collection, Sonja by Sonja Morgan. But because this is Sonja, it was caused by problems from the jump. Regular observers of RHONY will recall her unsuccessful attempts to launch a toaster oven brand, own a Nigerian football team and produce movies. It’s also hard to overlook the failure of Tipsy Girl, a planned Prosecco and sparkling rosé brand, which led to a Real Housewives with Bethenny Frankel that still gives me PTSD. Sonja was a model in the 1980s and earned a marketing degree from the Fashion Institute of Technology in 1985. Sonja Morgan New York is a line she launched in 2015 and was featured on season 7 of RHONY. She presented her clothing line at New York Fashion Week in September 2019 after signing a deal with Century 21. Unfortunately, the designer discount chain filed for bankruptcy soon after, closing its doors amid the COVID-19 outbreak. 19. But don’t cry for Sonja because you can now find Sonja by Sonja Morgan at Walmart!
Real Housewives of Beverly Hills / Dorit Kemsley
Kyle there is a competition when it comes to fashion design Dorit Kemsley. Yes, we know Dorit was killing the game in the swimwear area, and we know her love for lemons thanks to her knack for designing restaurant decor. But Dorit also wants you to marry one of her dresses. The first six bridal outfits from Dori’s collaboration with Australian bridal designer Nektaria, which included designing wedding gowns and evening wear, are now officially accessible to brides. Dorit first announced her ideas for these opulent ensembles in November 2020, and in 2022, those ideas came to fruition. Projecting on Zoom calls in the midst of the pandemic, Dorit added her edgy, edgy glam to the mix. Brides-to-be can get the scoop through Nektaria’s website where you have to fill out an information sheet before viewing the dresses. If you don’t need a wedding dress, maybe you want to buy a bathing suit at 75% off.
Real Housewives of Orange County / Alexis Bellino
Amidst a significant cast shuffle ahead of season 17, Judge Tamra AND Alexis Bellino they are said to be returning to Real Housewives of Orange County. It is therefore entirely appropriate to reflect on the heyday of two of Alexis’ clothing lines. Alexis Couture and Alexis Casual, we hardly knew each other! Alexis once defined “couture” as: “A design term, a dress. It fits, I think… Super… Rich.” Ladies and gentlemen, this is far from accurate and perhaps a sign of things to come for the future of Alexis’ career in fashion. But look, it was fun while it lasted, and thank goodness the 2011 launch coincided with season two of Alexis in RHOC. With zero experience in fashion design, Alexis’ efforts were memorable to watch and a nice break from the typical House drama. Although Alexis Couture wasn’t a hit at all, it was less excruciating to watch than her lead roles on Fox 5.
Real Housewives of New Jersey / Teresa Giudice
of Real Housewives of New Jersey The cast knows a thing or two about fashion entrepreneurship. While famous on Bravo, many of them started their own clothing lines. Kim DePaola introduced her company bag by Kim D before leaving. in 2015, Melissa Gorga opened her own boutique called Envy after joining the cast in season 3. Margaret Josephs also sells a line of jewelry and clothing. Now we have Teresa the judge joining the crew with a line of athletic apparel. Tre debuted the Love Collection, also known as the Love Love Love Collection, with Electric Yoga in February 2021. The collection features multiple pairs of coordinating bras and yoga pants in a variety of shades and patterns. And if you don’t want to wear it voluntarily, Teresa will be more than happy to try to embarrass you in her brand. You may remember Teresa having a love, love, love for yoga during her time in prison, prison, prison – so I guess you could say her pieces were inspired by
wire fraud finding your zen in the middle of a federal prison sentence. Fans of the very popular sportswear trend that gives the impression that it exists only for exercise can shop Teresa’s items here.
TELL US – WHO IS YOUR FAVORITE REAL MATTRESS DESIGNER? HAVE YOU BUYED FROM A REAL AMPIRE APPAREL BRAND? WHO DO YOU THINK SHOULD RELEASE ANOTHER CLOTHING LINE?
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