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miniTranquiliT is a locally-sewn clothing line filled with versatile, seasonless designs crafted in eco-friendly, vegan fabrics.

All pieces are custom made with each online order and a portion of all proceeds are donated to Pigs & Pugs Project.

Launched in 2002 with yoga pants and tees (that’s where the name TranquiliT(ee) came from), designer and creative entrepreneur Kimberly Wilson dreamed of a chic and comfy clothing line that transitioned easily from ballet class to board meetings—and everything in between. Here’s a short video about TranquiliT’s origin.

A lover of style since her early days hiking the Oklahoma hills in a bonnet, bell bottoms, and graphic tee with a purse in tow, she became obsessed with mix and match knit clothing in the 1980s (remember Units and Multiples?!).

In 2004 she moved beyond the tees and yoga pants to add trendy tunics and dresses to wear alone or over yoga pants, along with luxurious wraps in flowy, flattering designs to fit many bodies.

TranquiliT is more than an eco-friendly clothing company. We are a small, socially conscious business that strives to make the world a better place by:


TranquiliT has been featured in The Washington Post, Washingtonian, Shape, and more and is a beloved staple in many closets. In 2010, TranquiliT was named as the “Rising Star” at the Eco-Chic event hosted by Fashion Group International.

When not working on new designs, Kimberly is a psychotherapist in private practice and serves as the president of Pigs & Pugs Project. She pens lifestyle books, leads retreats globally, and dreams of Paris. 
Explore musings on every day tranquility through the Tranquility du Jour blog and podcast, along with style ideas over on the TranquiliT blog.

Meet our local seamstress

Renee is a clothing construction expert and production seamstress working with women’s clothing. For over a decade she has produced the TranquiliT line. Every piece is hand-cut individually, sewn one at a time then wrapped and shipped with love.

Her long career in the fashion field began after studies in French design and construction methods at the Academy Nvart. Among the many projects through the years, Renee has produced celebrity garments and restyled and designed vintage silk kimonos to turn them into one-of-a-kind wearable art pieces.  

Renee is a firm believer in the support of made local, shop local trend and loves working with customers who can appreciate the quality of the handmade handsewn method. She loves things Parisian and beautiful, old books, and all things tea.