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Eva Longoria introduces From Work to Wine clothing line

Published 23/08/2016

Eva Longoria
Eva Longoria

The Desperate Housewives star's love of wine served as a huge inspiration for the collection.

Eva Longoria has collaborated with U.S. retailer The Limited on a classy clothing line called From Work to Wine.

The glamorous 41-year-old former Desperate Housewives star, who is also a successful entrepreneur and restaurant boss, came up with the idea for the new collection while dashing from daytime business meetings to evening events as the co-owner of Hollywood restaurant Beso.

While she brainstormed with designers, she made it clear she wanted to create clothes for other working women who are too busy to stress out over what to wear.

"I like to call this collection 'From Work to Wine' because it's so versatile and comprehensive you can take a lot of these pieces and wear them out at night or you can wear them (during the day)," she tells Us Weekly magazine.

The chic collection is filled with a variety of pieces that can go from business to casual in an instant, including knit dresses, graphic tees and pants. In addition to their versatility, some of the clothing items have been designed to help slim the body by highlighting clean profile lines that make the wearer look neat and tucked in at all times.

But don't be fooled, as From Work to Wine garments are filled with all types of fun touches, such as slogans written over T-shirts that read, "#winegoals" and "I get better with wine".

Ultimately, Longoria wanted to put her personal stamp on the clothes, which is why she didn't hold back from emphasising the wine angle.

"I'm a wine-obsessed person," she smiles. "I've always wanted to do a clothing line... This is a dream come true for me."

Eva's From Work to Wine capsule clothing collection is now available for sale online or at the over 250 The Limited retail stores throughout the U.S.

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