One company is redefining style for modern moms.
Mom style gets a bad rap. The stereotypical mom style is associated with “mom jeans,” “mom hair” and out-of- date trends. Mother of two Megan Tamte decided to change this perception with the launch of Evereve, the first-ever style hub specifically designed and marketed with moms in mind. Carrying brands such as Free People, Citizens of Humanity and more, Evereve is redefining mom style with fashion options that are on-trend and wearable for the modern woman.
After a horrible shopping experience while trying to manage her kids in a department store, stay-at-home mom Tamte knew “shopping shouldn’t be this hard,” which inevitably spurred her to create her own solution for moms.
Megan Tamte, the founder and CEO of Evereve, launched her company in response to feeling frustrated with the lack of mom-friendly yet stylish options for women. Evereve is now a $100 million fashion hub offering a unique style-focused subscription-box service, Trendsend, which delivers fashion boxes curated by an expert Evereve stylist.