The Caroline Lounge Dress is the coziest dress you may ever put on. It’s made from a large loop terry fabric that is so warm and comfortable that you may never want to take it off. This dress features a slouchy neckline, raw hems, and pockets that is easy to wear, but still makes you look put together.
Modern + Refined Women’s Clothing
Joeleen Torvick: Ethically and sustainably made from concept to product all in one Minnesota studio.
Inspired by nature, freedom, and a renewed zest for life emerged a collection that is effortless,sharp, natural, and joyous all at the same time.
Chunky Chevron Maxi Cardigan
This Chunky Chevron Maxi Cardigan is the coziest thing to wear all winter long. The relaxed silhouette is made with a gorgeous, luxurious, and soft wool blend. Wearing this cardigan is like wrapping yourself in a lovely blanket.
The Zoey Lounge Jumpsuit is a relaxed jumpsuit that delivers on looking polished. The jumpsuit is comfortable and made from a French Terry that has been said “feels like butter”. The gold snaps add a lux vibe, allowing you to dress this jumpsuit up or down.
Shiloh Shirt Dress
The Shiloh Shirt Dress is a button up dress with beautiful contrasting neckline and waist tie made from a lovely crepe style cotton. Tie the waistband in multiple ways to achieve different looks. The dress can even be worn as a jacket. And of course it has pockets. Style with some cute booties and you’re ready to conquer the day.
Minnesota State Necklace in Sterling Silver, Personalized and Engravable with Heart, comes with Box chain!
About: Our Story
Joeleen Torvick is an independent designer brand that creates women’s clothing which is modern and refined while still allowing women to showcase their individual style. The clothing is stylishly chic and sophisticated with an effortlessness that makes the pieces easy to wear for many aspects of your busy life.
Because we care about safe and ethical working conditions, all of our product is designed, sampled, and produced under one roof. We also care about sustainability and work primarily with natural fibers – cotton, bamboo, silk, wool, linen, and any synthetics used are from deadstock fabric (meaning the fabric may have slight flaws which we work around, or is no longer in production and available in limited quantities).