Creative custom clothing

Sara Evans recently launched her own line of clothing called Yons Customs. The name is inspired from her middle name, because she wanted her company to be personalized and unique. This kind of mindset has been the root of her creativity, which has blossomed into the new and slowly thriving business that she now runs.

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Sara Evans recently launched her own line of clothing called Yons Customs. The name is inspired from her middle name, because she wanted her company to be personalized and unique. This kind of mindset has been the root of her creativity, which has blossomed into the new and slowly thriving business that she now runs.

Starr’s Mill junior Sara Evans has combined her artistic creativity and unique sense of style to create her own company. As of February 2020, Evans has officially launched her clothing line, Yons Customs.

The line consists of custom made shoes, joggers, sweatpants, and some other clothing items including yet-to-be-released sweatshirts. Evans lets her talent and personal touch flow into these pieces. Her custom AirForce 1s are some of the most popular as they make a unique, fashionable, and quality statement. 

“For me, I’ve always tried to find myself and my style, and like what’s unique to me,” Evans said. “I’ve always loved to create and design things of my own. I think it was a way for me to express myself, and I want to share that with other people.”

Evans has always had a creative spark, and even when she was little, if she was not completely happy with an item she may have gotten from a store, she would put her own personal twist to it. Throughout her life, Evans has always done little customizations with jewelry and other smaller items, but it was not until this past December that she began building a website with the idea that she could sell her pieces. 

For the longest time, between school and dedication to soccer, Evans’ artistic passion had to be put aside. Now, Yons Customs is giving her the opportunity to dive into her creative pleasure again. 

“I’m glad that I’ve started this so I have a reason to [be creative],” Evans said. 

In general, the shoes that she buys as her canvas cost about $90, and then after the customized, artistic spin is complete, they are sold for about $150-200. Other clothing items, such as joggers and pants, sell for an average of $45-50. 

Customers adore Evans’ items, and considering the effort put into her pieces, they are reasonably priced. Some of the supplies that Evans uses when creating her clothing include special paints and some stencils to guide her penmanship. 

“Customizing things, and making it my own, and just knowing that I’m the only one out there with that one product, it just feels special and unique,” Evans said. “Like it’s my style.”

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