Moh Love


Moh Love is a lifestyle apparel brand designed to accommodate any style of living…whether you are a world traveller, free in spirit, or just want easy, stylish pieces to add to your wardrobe.   The intention is to create beautiful pieces that are Contemporary/Bohemian in theme, made of great quality fabrications and trim, with close attention to details, yet affordable in price.  Many of the styles appear to look like they are woven, yet have the comfort and drape of a knit.   All fabrications are custom made by our own mills and easy to wear, inspired by the adventurer, artist, musician, writer, world traveller, and creativity in all of us...

 

The Aspiration

One of the goals we have been challenged with is to design contemporary clothing for the woman who wants a better quality garment, with the stylish theme of a Free People/ Anthropologie type of apparel line, yet at a price that will fit anyone’s pocketbook.  

                  

Founder and Designer

Teri Weinstein-Moh is an American designer, born and raised in California.  Graduating with a BA Degree in fashion design from one of the finest schools in the country, Otis Art Institute of Parsons School of Design. Teri has had great impact on the brands she worked for, including Oneworld,  Ocean Pacific, Wrangler, Walt Disney Signature, Girlstar, and Peter Nygard to name a few.  Her diverse background helped her in the understanding the entire business design and building a brand.  

Driven by her passion to create and innovate, Moh Love clothing was created by Teri, whom has always had an affection for Bohemian influenced clothing with intricate detailing.  She has always been very fond of, and continually motivated by her fashion designer cousin, Anna Sui, whom she acknowledges as the “Queen of Boho”. She started noticing a niche for a stylish free spirited line for the customer that has outgrown and wanted a better product than what a juniors line has to offer, and ultimately more exciting and fun than other tired women’s lines that are offered in department stores.