Welcome to the second episode of TITT Talks: How She Built This. On this second installment we are featuring the co-founders of Frankly Apparel (https://www.franklyapparel.com), Jane Dong and Heather Eaton. This spin-off series is meant to intimately di...
Welcome to the second episode of TITT Talks: How She Built This. On this second installment we are featuring the co-founders of Frankly Apparel (https://www.franklyapparel.com), Jane Dong and Heather Eaton. This spin-off series is meant to intimately discuss the journey of building a business as a female entrepreneur in a 20-ish minute segment. These types of conversations are what inspire and empower us as budding entrepreneurs at TITT Talks, and we hope they do the same for you as well.
This week, we bring to you the womxn that have brought to life a clothing company that gives you the freedom to finally go braless and be supported at the same time. Frankly Apparel’s vision, which we love, is to empower womxn to ask for more, starting with what they wear. They are delivering products that are centered around adaptable support structures constructed through innovative sewing techniques and high-quality fabrics. They lightly and naturally lift, secure, and shape your breasts, and even cover nipples without any extra bulky padding. They also know one size doesn’t fit all, so Frankly Apparel offers more options to cover cup sizes A to G. Essentially, Jane and Heather read our minds and are creating a product that we all need.
Join us as TLo sits down to interview Jane and Heather, learn more about their journey, and what’s in store for Frankly Apparel.
Frankly Apparel is running a Kickstarter campaign that will conclude on November 12, 2020. They are nearing their stretch goal of $50,000! For more information or to contribute, find their campaign here.
It has always been our mission to connect with other modern womxn through the lens of our experience. We hope you enjoy this new series as much as we do!
ABOUT TITT TALKS
TITT Talks was “conceived” in January of 2020 during one of TITT’s many friend/family (“framily”) get-togethers. In conversation, it came to light that there was a lack of representation of womxn like TITT in, among other forms of media, the podcast world. In particular, there was no podcast that TITT could subscribe to that would enable them to feel seen, heard, or understood as modern Asian Pacific American working mothers.
The womxn of TITT Talks knew that this void was one they could fill by sharing their voices and experiences through their casual conversations, which were already taking place on a routine basis.
Thank you for the positive feedback we have received since our launch in early June 2020. We are delighted to hear that we are bringing you content that you can finally relate to as mothers, professionals, millennials, and Asian Pacific Americans.
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