Nurse Jawana Evans owns Werthe by Jem

Nurse Jawana Evans owns Werthe by Jem

BROCKTON — During the pandemic, Jawanda Evans invested her no cost time dabbling in her childhood hobby of stitching apparel, which led to the opening of Werthé by Jem.

The showroom located at 33 Dover St., Suite 303, was when a mere imagined that was reworked into an actual clothes enterprise.

The self-taught custom fashion designer started off her journey at 11. Evans’s relatives taught her the essentials of sewing and her expertise produced about time.

In 2013, right after a back injuries while working in a hospital as a nurse still left her on rest, Evans, 35, commenced traveling down memory lane and indulging in an outdated craft.

“I expended most of the entire pandemic stitching experience masks. It was pretty much like a sweatshop exactly where I experienced my total family members encouraging. We sewed countless numbers of masks throughout that time,” Evans claimed.

The stitching did not cease there. Evans began exploring diverse ways to specific herself artistically in the course of COVID. 

Custom fashion designer Jawanda Evans of Brockton, owner of Werthé by Jem, shows off two of her creations at her studio on Tuesday, July 26, 2022. She specializes in formal and wedding wear, customizing her creations to suit each customer. One of of the busiest times of the year for her is prom season, when she gets help from friends and family to keep up with the demand.

“I like building outfits that tends to make a person stand out. When I wear an outfit, I like when no a person else has it. It helps make style exceptional. I’ve often been fascinated with turning a simple piece of material into some thing wearable, some thing gorgeous. My soul yearns for fashion and viewing a little something transform into a wearable work of art,” Evans stated.

Evans took to what she called “YouTube University” to learn new methods and how to make unique clothes.