"a distinctive appearance, typically determined by the principles according to which something is designed"
Style is an important piece of what we do and occasionally we feel like costume designers working an a movie set.
Take a wedding for example, there is a tuxedo for the big day and sometimes there is also a dinner jacket for the reception. In most cases we plan for the rehearsal dinner and the morning after reception as well.
We do planning with our clients for all the events that they have coming up in the next 6 to 12 months. We want to make sure that they are prepared with outfits that are styled and fit correctly.
There are times where our client may want to be elegant but understated and then there are times where they want to be the peacock in the room, style is all about fitting your personality.
Every client is different and each has their own personal style; it's our job to help incorporate that into their clothing and make it unique.
We have the ability to add unique details to each of the garments that you would not see coming out of a traditional retail store.
We always like to start with a discussion on fit, as well as who you have been able to source your clothes from in the past.In essence we are trying to improve on the garments that you are currently wearing. The easiest way to do this is to reverse the shopping process, by first developing a pattern using our try-ons & your body measurements.How many times have you been shopping and after spending time deciding on which outfits you liked best, you weren't able to find your size because it was sold out.We all have a favorite garment that we love and go to anytime we have an important meeting or event. By reversing the shopping process we eliminate the need to search for garments that fit, we simply create them for you.Shirts have 10 measurements and fit preferences, pants have 12 measurements and jackets have 15. It may seem like a lot of detail but it only takes 15 to 30 minutes to accomplish.Once we have a pattern on file that you like, we will then start to talk about style and fabrics.