Cecily Chapman Debuted a New Clothing Line Created to Honor Her Late Mother Beth
Cecily Chapman stepped out in her latest clothing line which she created to honor her late mother Beth Chapman. The piece was reminiscent of the beloved bounty hunter.
Cecily Chapman, 26, has found a way to continuously honor her mom who passed away in June at just 51 years old due to throat and lung cancer. The picture she shared is found below.
Beth was a fashionista who hunted down criminals with her nails, makeup, and hair done up. Cecily has inherited many traits from her mom.
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Mahalo @sunn_goddesss for pushing through to get our samples finished in time for our photoshoot. . . Stay tuned as the designer, Bobbie Fisher of @oneloveonetribeapparel and I spend this weekend with Jeff Mallin @photoshelterhawaii in creating spectacular images around our beloved Hawai`i nei. . . PRE SALES START SOON! . Sign up for release dates oneloveonetribe.com And follow @oneloveonetribeapparel . #perpetuatingalegacy #cecilyisonthemove #recycledwaterbottles #madeintheusa #fashionwithaconscious
Not only is she a bounty hunter as well, but she's also a businesswoman who loves style. Most importantly, though, is that she's her mother's daughter. In the photo she shared, it's hard not to notice the resemblance.
The picture featured Cecily with her blonde hair let loose. She wore a heavily patterned jumper with long sleeves and pants. The wrist and waist areas were black.
The piece was very colorful, littered with green, white, brown, and black shades throughout. On her feet, Cecily wore a pair of black sandals. She gave the camera a fun, sultry look.
In the caption, the "Dog's Most Wanted" star announced that pre-sales would soon arrive for a "very limited supply" of the One Love One Tribe apparel line.
She thanked and tagged the photographer then revealed that Bobbie Fisher was the one who created the outfit's design. The reversible clothing was made out of recycled water bottles.
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PRE SALES COMING SOON! . VERY LIMITED SUPPLY OF THE FIRST OF MANY COLLABORATIONS WITH @oneloveonetribeapparel . . Mahalo Nui Loa to Jeff Mallin @photoshelterhawaii for all the fantastic photos, it was a blast! I’m wearing the first of many designs created by Bobbie Fisher founder/designer of #oneloveonetribeapparel #ForBeth. Bobbie makes REVERSIBLE clothing out of RECYCLED WATER BOTTLES - Made in the USA. This is a labor or love, please stay tuned to oneloveonetribe.com and @oneloveonetribeapparel for more information on pre sales and upcoming meet and greets. . . #gowheretheloveis #recycledwaterbottles #hawaiian #madeinusa #fashionforacause #forbeth #thisonesforbeth #dogsmostwanted #california #comfortable #reversible #cecilygoingplaces #supportingeachothershustle
Cecily first announced that she would be working on a new clothing line with the hashtag "For Beth" in late September. At the time, all she had was a new logo to share with fans.
The brand, which was founded in 2017, boasts of having "fashion with a conscience [sic]" in its bio. So far, fans appear to be loving the style as expressed in the comments.
Back in August, Cecily revealed that there's one piece of clothing which she'll never sell or give away. In a touching post, she shared a photo of a pink dress with her followers.
The caption read: "I'm keeping this dress forever!" She explained that the dress was created by hand by Beth and given to Cecily during her beauty pageant days.
Cecily has been sharing posts like these and throwbacks ever since her mother died. In July, she posted a photo of her mother's manicured nails as they rested on a steering wheel.
She said she had a heavy heart in the caption. The next day, Cecily shared a photo of her own nails after she got them done in the same place her mom did hers for the picture.
"Cried the whole time but it was totally worth it iLy @nailsbydanny & @mrsdog4real," the grieving daughter wrote. Her nail design was different, but just doing it in the same place as Beth was enough to draw tears. Our hearts go out to her.