There is nothing more sexy than a woman who is about her business; and the business she owns. Unless she’s strutting her stuff across 125th Street in Meow and Barks apparel; then that would make her a triple threat. Hailed as “the Jackie Joyner-Kersey of Fashion,” Traci Evans is mastering the heptathlon of style as the owner of Meow and Barks Boutique.
Known as a triple threat fashion designer/seamstress/artist, fashionista and style expert, Traci Evans is a powerhouse in the fashion industry. Since its conception in 2010, Meow and Barks has expanded into two boutique locations offering whimsical high fashions in Jacksonville, Florida and Atlanta, Georgia. A true fashion connoisseur, Traci has graced many media outlets, sharing her coveted style secrets, seasonal fashion trends, do’s and dont’s and much more.
The name Meow and Barks Boutique initially reflected the edgy men and women’s apparel that was intended to be carried, however the core niche was found within providing exclusive fashion apparel and accessories for women. Meow and Barks focuses less on brand names, and more on providing one-of-a-kind capsule collections and pieces for the everyday woman from Harlem to Harare.
Also known for hosting some of the most fabulous Pop Up boutiques across the nation, such as Essence Fest Music Fest in New Orleans, Meow and Barks Boutique is quickly becoming the staple in affordable couture; known for carrying some of the most edgy, daring and bold pieces that is guaranteed to make any woman feel both elegant and unique. Some of our favorite celebrity fashionistas could attest–The Real Housewives of Atlanta starlet, Marlow Hampton, Love and Hip Hop NY star, Cardi B., Marlo Hampton, singer Fantasia and many more; all covet Meow and Barks Boutique’s diverse array of innovative textiles.
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Photo credit: 1) Carrie “Rose Print” Bustier & Maxi Skirt Set. 2) Truffle Blouse. 3) Yadira Sequin Clutch. 4) Baby Blue Suede Bodysuit. 5) Off the Shoulder Dashiki.