A mall for tall?!

Last week while I was reminiscing over past work with Long Tall Sally, and thinking about alternatives to LTS upon their closing announcement, I was reminded of another tall brand that I had the opportunity to work with early in my blogging days, that also had to close. Who remembers Tallgirls??

Blazer dress and leggings, both from TallGirlsUK

Though they were a much smaller brand, they still carried quite a few pieces that I still wear today. I was a little gutted that they had to close doors because as a tall girl, we can only hope to have MORE tall options, never less. About a year after they went out of business, owner Joanne Champion decided to refocus her efforts and open up a slightly different initiative, The Tall Collective. Instead of focusing on just one brand, she created a “tall mall” to feature multiple independent tall retailers, all shoppable in one space (currently tailored to the European market with plans to expand to US retailers and shoppers as well).

There’s no doubt that the closing of LTS opens up a window of opportunity for every independant tall brand to grow and expand to fill the gap that will be left in the tall fashion scene. I’m hopeful that brands such as MPG and Yoga Jeans who have supplied Long Tall Sally with exclusive tall fits, look to alternatives such as The Tall Collective to continue supplying these fits as opposed to just eliminating their tall options altogether.

Just because one door has closed, I believe that many more could open and I’m excited to see how the tall retail community grows in the near future! In the meantime, I’ve gathered a few of my fave Tallgirls pieces that I’ve discovered are STILL AVAILABLE over on The Tall Collective!

“Denim Slim Leg Play Suit Mid Blue” (not available in black anymore)
“Dropped Waist Dress Olive”
“Stripe Long Line Shirt White/Blue”

Until next week,

xx

Supporting Black-owned TALL brands

This post is not about me. Or my feelings. Or my closet. I can’t tell you about my latest outfit faves when I feel like there’s a much more important conversation to be part of. While I continue to listen and learn and find ways to take action, it only makes sense to occupy this space by amplifying the voices (and brands) that need to be heard!

This week I’m choosing to celebrate Black-owned brands right here in our very own tall community. Choosing to support these brands is one way to help redistribute wealth in the fight for racial and financial equality, and friends, there are so many amazing options when it comes to tall clothing that THIS SHOULD BE A NO-BRAINER. There are endless resources available to find smaller, black-owned businesses and brands, whether it’s local or online (obviously for more than just clothing options), and making a conscious effort to find them, and put your money towards them is one of SO many ways you can contribute to change.

My list had a head start because a handful of these were already on my “To-Shop” list. But as the week went on, and fellow glamazons also started sharing some of their lists, I’ve discovered so many more and OMG.. when I have my job back, my bank account better get ready. Prepare yourself πŸ™‚

  1. The Sixes – I’ve been eyeing this shop for awhile. Fashion forward and chic pant silhouettes to give tall fashionistas the #fashionfreedom they’ve been looking for. I’m in love.
  2. Rhonda Lynette – I already own 3 pieces by Rhonda that, as soon as I received them, could tell that they were all sewn with love and such attention to detail. She makes everything herself! Her joggers are the next on my list πŸ™‚
  3. Wexist Inc. – They recently launched the cutest jogger sets, and also have a collection of tall print tees. Looking forward to see this one grow!!
  4. Jesse Queen the Collection – “Dress well because of your height, not in spite of it.” Another brand that has been on my “to-shop” list for far too long. Her pieces. Are. FIRE! My problem will be that I just don’t know what to get first.
  5. Talle Apparel – I slept on a gorgeous animal print dress when they first launched but they’re still on my list to shop, with dress, pant, co-ord, and jumpsuit options!
  6. Model Atelier – I first learned about them when they sent me their “model bag” a few years back. They have a little bit of everything now, but their blazer options are gorgeous and sophisticated silhouettes for a professional lady!
  7. Taylor Jay Collection – Sustainable, environmentally conscious, designed with every woman in mind. Though it’s not tall specific, I’ve seen Alicia Jay sporting some of her pieces so I can only assume it’s got the tall girl stamp of approval πŸ™‚
  8. Nineth Closet – This one is new to me but I was drawn instantly by all the pieces in their ‘resort’ collection. Must. Have.
  9. Height Goddess – Print tees and maxi dresses for glamazons.
  10. Tall Long and Curvy – I’ve yet to try her fitness leggings, but if you’re looking for length while building those curves, these look great!
  11. TTYA London – I found TTYA through their Long Tall Sally collab.. My fave collab still to date so I don’t know why I haven’t shopped them directly. That needs to change.
  12. Prissy Duck – relatively new on my radar, but from what I’ve seen, they’ve got all sorts of sophisticated options!
  13. Dimiloc – Specializing in all things maxi, offering standard, tall, AND extra tall sizing options!
  14. Rozana LDN – Another new to me brand. For the tall women who are tired of trying to blend in.
  15. Tall Moi – Brand new to me! Love their reversible fits, and LOOOVE their commitment to sustainable fashion.
  16. Tall Girl Gang Co – A tshirt line designed as a simple reminder that TALL is BEAUTIFUL. They’re also brand new to me and I’m a little sad to see their biker short set is sold out!
  17. Glamazon Boutique – Graphic tees, pants and jumpsuit options for us glamazons!
  18. Shop Ashley Raye – Another brand new to me brand (I’m so excited there have been so many this week) where sexy meets sophistication. I’m excited that I’ve added this one to my list!
  19. VeRaf Clothing – Unique and stylish with options for every budget!
  20. Chelbe Fashions – “Sleeves that go the length” and inseams up to 37.5″.. uhhh yes and yes!
  21. Tall Luxe – Launching Fall 2020, with inseams up to 39″ in sizes S-2X!!!
  22. A.L.M. Collection – I’ve yet to purchase, but I’ve been obsessing over her extreme bell bottom styles for awhile, with inseams up to 36″!
  23. Tall Exchange – not a brand, but rather a tall specific second hand clothing option, created by one of my fave tall influencers and founder of The Tall Society, Bree Wijnaar.
  24. Tall and Dope – size inclusive athleisurewear as a not so subtle reminder that we can be tall AND dope πŸ™‚
  25. Doux Bebe Kollection – brand new to me!!
  26. Eighth House – From what I can see, a clothing designer making handmade clothing for tall women.. Keeping my eyes on this one to see what comes!
  27. TLZ l’femme – I have to apologize because this brand is NOT tall, but you’ll probably forgive me when you see why I included them. I’ve come across this brand this last week (thank you instagram), and I’M OBSESSED. This is the type of brand I would make work with my height. Think streetwear meets couture meets statement. Just look. You’ll see.
  28. Reign Swim – Not necessarily tall specific, but this swimwear brand provides fuller bust options which I’ve recently been hunting for because I’m tired of settling for swimwear that doesn’t fit me. I’ve yet to add any to my collection but I love their simple yet current pieces!
  29. LFD Shop – They haven’t been active from what I can see, since 2018, but keeping on the list in case they make a comeback!
  30. Dellez Fashion – I’m so sad to see they’re no longer active. I own a gorgeous navy suit and pair of skinny jeans made by Dellez and can’t rave about those pieces enough. Leaving this here, in case she makes a comeback ❀

If I’ve left any out that you know of please let me know because I’d love to add them to my list (though I’m not sure my bank account is ready for it lol).. I also decided not to add photos to make you go look for yourself. Check them out. Find them on instagram. Follow them. Like them. Support them. If not now, maybe later, because this isn’t just a moment. It’s an entire movement and we’ve only just begun ❀

Other ways to support and make a difference:
Ways You Can Helphttps://blacklivesmatters.carrd.co/
Stream to donateYouTube (you can also search ‘stream to donate’ playlists on YouTube for videos that are contributing revenues to #BLM)
The Loveland Foundationhttps://thelovelandfoundation.org/
Support Garment Workershttps://www.supportgarmentworkers.org/

Timeless Fashion with Sumissura

There’s something to be said about classic, timeless pieces. Even though styles come and go, there are certain pieces that will never really get old. Jeans. Leather jackets. Suits. White t-shirts. Personally, I have a bad habit of buying too many statement pieces, but have been making more of an effort to round my wardrobe out with some more versatile classics. Now that I’m in my 30s, I find myself wanting to dress smarter and am learning that the key (for me) is to mix and match styles and pieces to make a finished and polished look. My favourites are outfits that look edgy, but clean. Professional, but daring.

For a few years now, I’ve been falling in love with women’s pantsuits. I think they’re timeless, powerful, and smart. Last year, a company called Sumissura reached out to me and asked if I’d like to try them out, and you can imagine my excitement when I found out that I could get a custom made and tailor fit green velvet tux; a gorgeous marriage between a classic shape with a statement finish.

This year, they reached out again, and I was SO excited with how the last order turned out, I asked if I might be able to try their custom-made trench coats and dresses. I’ve never had a classic trench and I knew that getting one that was made specific to my long limbed sizing would be the only way to go. Later this week I’ll be sharing a complete video on my YouTube channel, with my order process and my first try-on/review like I did with my last order, but I’m spoiling the surprise and letting you know that I LOVE EVERYTHING about this order too.

Trench coats have been around since the first and second World Wars, and have since become fashionable classic pieces throughout the decades. I know that this piece is going to get so much wear for years and years to come. I paired it with one of Sumissura’s flare knee length dresses, another very simple and classic piece. Altogether, this outfit made me feel like such a professional lady! As much as I love my street fashion, I really can’t ignore how sharp and put together an outfit like this makes me feel.

If you’re interested in checking out Sumissura for yourself (and I really think you should because the customization options are almost endless!!!), use my referral link for $25 off your first purchase (applicable to new users only), which will give me $25 off my next purchase — this referral program is open to everyone so you can invite your friends and get that referral bonus too!
If you already have an account but have never ordered, use my code: blgmermaid for 10% off your first purchase!! I don’t get paid if you use this code but this way they’ll know I sent you πŸ™‚

(I also didn’t get paid for this post or any post regarding Sumissura, but have been gifted my fully customized clothing items for an honest review.)

Anyways, I’m looking forward to having a reason to wear this outfit past my own sidewalk one of these days..
Hope you’re all hanging in there and staying safe and sane if you’re transitioning back to work. Big love,

xx

My Recent OOTDs

It’s May 11, and I’m still wearing a wintery jacket and beanie for my walk to the grocery store. I should have grabbed my gloves on my way out but overestimated how warm it was outside, and paid the price with cold hands the whole way. This whole polar vortex thing here in Canada and lack of sunshine really isn’t helping my creativity when it comes to getting dressed because all I want to do is bundle up in my warmest, coziest clothes if I have to leave the house, and I feel like I’ve been recycling variations of the same outfit over and over.

Most of the time when I share outfits on my blog, I try to share new items so that if anyone is inspired or interested in something, they can get it for themselves. These outfits are all things that have been in my closet for awhile, but if I can find links on where to buy I’ll be sure to include them. If they’re unavailable, I’ll still let you know where it’s all from anyways so you at least know where I shop! Either way, here are some of the outfits I’ve been wearing on my quarantine walks πŸ™‚

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Long Tall Sally outfit

Jeans: TTYA x LTS, from Long Tall Sally
Jacket: Curatd x LTS, from Long Tally Sally
Boots: Urban Outfitters
Beanie: Dollskill

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Pants: Pretty Little Thing (Tall)
Top: PosterGrl, from Dollskill
Jacket: Missguided (Tall)
Sneakers: Fila, from Dollskill
Hat: Nikki’s Wives band merch

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Pants: Alloy Apparel
Sweater: Forever21
Jacket: ASOS (Tall)
Shoes: Adidas, from Winners
Sunnies: Missguided
Beanie: Dollskill

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Jeans: TTYA x LTS, from Long Tall Sally
Jacket: Old Navy (Tall)
Shirt: H&M
T-shirt: Missguided (Tall)
Shoes: Converse
Mask: TeePaw Creations
Hat: Raptors Championship merch πŸ™‚

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Joggers: Missguided (Tall)
Jacket: Adidas, thrifted from Public Butter
Shoes: Adidas PureBoost
Beanie: Dollskill

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Jeans: Alloy Apparel
Jacket: Curatd x LTS, from Long Tall Sally
Shirt: hand me down
Boots: Urban Outfitters
Hat: Missguided
Gloves: MEC

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Pants: Pretty Little Thing (Tall)
Jacket: Forever21
Hoodie: Poster Grl from Dollskill

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Jeans: Silver Jeans from Long Tall Sally
Jacket: ASOS (Tall)
Shirt: ASOS (Tall)
Shoes: Adidas from Winners
Hat: Dollskill
Gloves: MEC

 

Anyways, I hope you’re all staying safe and relatively sane during this time!
Next week I’ll be sharing a few new bikini finds to try and will the warmer weather back.. fingers crossed it works!

Until then,

xoxo

Tall Thrifting??! || The Tall Exchange

When I’m bored or stressed, I often get the itch to shop online. Over the last few weeks there’s been an abundance of boredom AND stress, but with my current limited income situation I’m doing my best to exercise self control (not easy with all the sales I keep seeing, and I’ve definitely given in a few times). There’s been a LOT of window shopping, and the wishlists on all my favourite sites have been growing. I keep feeling the need to buy new things for my apartment since I spend SO much time at home, but then also want to refresh my wardrobe so that I can serve some straight up fire looks when we’re allowed to leave the house again. The struggle. Is. REAL!! lol
Real talk though, if anyone else has found themselves in the same boat, I apologize ahead of time for the information I’m about to share. Not that I’m encouraging spending extra money… but….. you must know…. *devilish smile*

thetallexchange.com

I recently had a chat with Bree Wijnaar, founder of The Tall Society, about her latest passion project: The Tall Exchange. If you’ve yet to hear about this platform, it’s essentially a Depop or Poshmark style site, BUT FOR US TALL GIRLS (AND GUYS). I don’t know about you, but I was SO excited to hear about it. I feel like like I’m never really able to shop second-hand because tall items are so limited and because and finding them amongst all the standard sized items feels next to impossible. I also feel like the timing is perfect. I mean.. I probably shouldn’t be spending too much unnecessary money, but if I do, I feel way better about buying from and supporting my peers, and giving new love toΒ  thrifted pieces. Not only that, but a good closet cleanup is way overdue, and having the option to sell a few items of my own to an audience who would actually appreciate the length and fit, would be a nice way to make a few extra bucks for groceries.

I’ve yet to go through my closet and am unsure if I’m quite ready to part with any of the tall pieces in my wardrobe, but I’ve already started browsing the site and am SO excited to see it grow. That’s why I’m spreading the news. The more tall babes that know about it, the more diverse the sizing and styles will become. Finally having a specific space to shop and sell TALL second-hand items could be a game changer and I’m all about it!

Not tall, but know some tall friends? Pass along the message (specifically if they wear a size 6 and have some things they want to get rid of… I’d love some more options!)

Social Distancing but make it Cozy

For 3 weeks I’ve been looking forward to starting a new job today, but with the state of the entire world right now, it seems that’s all been put on hold and I am currently unemployed and spending the foreseeable future at home. It’s a strange time to be alive right now and I’m not sure I’ve fully processed what the next few weeks or months even looks like, but apparently my past self was looking out for my future self and stocked up on comfy outfits for this very reason.

Back in January, I was hit by some sort of sickness that was going around and was out of commission for like two weeks straight (my boyfriend thinks we already got Covid-19 and overcame it, but that’s a story for another time). While in my sick bed-ridden state, I went on a mini tall cozy shopping spree because in that moment, that’s all I wanted in my life. Little did I know, I’d be living in those outfits in the coming months.

The unboxing and try-on haul is up on my YouTube channel, and with all this free time I’ve broken in a few of the outfits and wanted to share πŸ™‚

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Jogger set (sold separately) and Jacket: Missguided (tall), Sneakers: Fila

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Jogger set (sold separately): Long Tall Sally, Jacket: Asos (tall), Scarf: TopShop, Shoes: Converse

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Jogger set (sold separately): Missguided (tall), Socks: WovenPear

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Joggers: Asos (tall), Sweater: Asos, Vest: my mom’s, Hat: Dollarama

Anyways, I’m going to spend this week trying to figure out how to stay motivated and have some sort of structure, but at the moment am still a little overwhelmed with what to do with all this time off. At least I know I’ll be cozy!

xx

DreamBelts for Valentine’s

When you live where winters are cold, the only good thing about February is Valentine’s Day. I’ve never really done much for Valentine’s day nor have I expected anything, but my boyfriend and I have used it as an excuse to go on a little staycation a few times here in the city, and I’ve also been guilty of using it to justify the purchase of some pretty intimates. Even if we don’t have plans, wearing a something spicy under my clothes is like a little Valentine to myself.

So far this year, we’ve not made plans but I’m already throwing together a few backup outfit ideas.. you know.. just in case. I recently had the pleasure of shooting with a local designer who makes leather harnesses for her brand, DreamBelts.Β  I already knew I loved harnesses and leather, her accessories are kind of perfect to add to a Valentine’s outfit!

While harnesses have that very obvious element of kink, they can so easily be incorporated into fashion no matter your personal style, and do NOT have to be left to only bedroom fashion. Personally, wearing leather and harnesses make me feel powerful and sexy, and I just can’t get enough, so I figured I’d share how I styled a few pieces for our most recent shoot.

Dress: brought by the designer

Dress: Boohoo (tall)

White pantsuit: ASOS (tall)
Vest: brought by the designer
Lingerie: Victoria’s Secret

 

All photos by Gustavo Gonzalez

My Productivity Journal

This week I finally started using the productivity journal that my boyfriend gave me for Christmas. With so many goals for the year and so many different projects on the go, the whole idea of this journal is to prioritize tasks and get them done in an efficient manner. I’m only going into day 3, but just the act of writing out my to do list is already something I can see will be super beneficial. I’ve also added a large desk calendar so that I can visualize my schedule and projects in hopes it keeps me on top of everything as the year continues. I gave myself a head start by photographing a few outfits during the holidays (the last of which I’m sharing todayyy), so the real test is going to be how I manage my time moving forward because at the moment, I don’t have any outfits for next week.. to be honest, it feels a bit daunting. The success of my regular posts and the growth of my blog as a whole the way I imagine it will be directly correlated to how well this journal works for me soo…. will report back in a few weeks!

As for this week’s outfit, I’m actually pretty pleased that the weather still matches what I shot a few weeks ago. I RARELY wear skirts or dresses casually and am far less inclined to do so when I’m cold, but I love the look of skirts styled with tights for winter (I’m wearing an Ultra Stretch Opaque tight by Secret Legwear and the fit is PERFECT!).

Skirt: Missguided
Hoodie: Missguided
Coat: Missguided
Hat: Asos
Earrings: Asos
Boots: Urban Outfitters
Necklace: Soufeel Jewelry (use code Stefanie15 to get 15% off your own necklace)

Unboxing and initial try-on video HERE

Leaving with a quote. Until next week!! xx

Deciding what not to do is as important as deciding what to do. — Steve Jobs

What Does Your Profile Say About You?

My boyfriend and I started watching a new reality series, The Circle, on Netflix this week. It kinda has this Big Brother-esque feel to it, except the contestants don’t meet in person, they only meet and interact via their in game app, The Circle, similar to a Facebook style platform. They befriend each other, flirt, converse, strategize, all through chat messages, and the only things that anyone knows about them comes from what they share on their profiles or through conversations.

Watching the way the contestants started to interpret their opponents’ photos, profiles, and words, making assumptions before actually knowing anything real about them, made me start to wonder how people perceive me based off of what I share. While it’s difficult to really look at myself objectively, I’d like to think that I try make sure my sense of self is translated through every platform I share on in a way that’s authentic and honest.. and fashionable when I can lol *insert outfit photos here*

Outfit details:
Jacket: Alloy Apparel
Bodysuit: Alloy Apparel
Jeans: Alloy Maxwell Jeans (discontinued)
Hat: Blackburn & Raymond
Watch: MVMT
Touque: Dollarama
Belt: Dollskill
Black Boots: old Aldo Shoes
White boots: Missguided

….there are so many thoughts I was going to dive into when I really started thinking about this show, but none of them are complete, and would also lead to a much much longer read that probably wouldn’t have any real conclusion. I thought of one paragraph about adding “authenticity” to my 2020 vision board.. another about the contestants on the show who are catfish and how I feel about that. That probably would have led to a quick “OMG Catfish is coming out with a new season” comment followed by a brief dive into my own experiences with fake people on the internet (click HERE for some of that tea!!)… and before you know it you don’t really know what this post was about in the first place.

So for now I’ll just leave with food for thought: What does your online presence say about you, and are you okay with that?

Until next time,

xx

The Sumissura Experience!

I was recently contacted by Sumissura about trying out their service for a custom tailored outfit. If you’re unfamiliar with Sumissura, they’re a Swiss-based brand of tailor-made clothing for women whose goal is to give all women the opportunity to access the world and enjoy the comfort of tailor-made clothing at an affordable price.

I didn’t know how the whole process worked until I checked out their website, but had been following them already on instagram, so I knew they had some gorgeous styles to offer. I was given the option to choose a suit and a shirt, so I quickly got to work customizing my order.

Sumissura offers many pre-designed suits, tuxedos, jackets, dresses, etc., but their most exciting feature is to design your own. Once I saw the extensive selection of fabrics, I knew EXACTLY what I would hope to have made. My inspiration was drawn directly from Cate Blanchett’s character in Ocean’s 8. I fell in love with her entire wardrobe throughout the movie, most specifically, her green velvet pant suit.

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Cate Blanchett – Ocean’s 8

The customization process includes everything from fabric to lapel size, and pocket styles to the fit of the pants. I think I successfully recreated the suit I was envisioning, within Sumissura’s offerings. I then used their super easy to follow instructional video to import all of my measurements so that not only was my suit made to my style preferences, but also specifically for MY body (every tall girl’s dreams).

My package arrived safe and sound, exactly two weeks after I placed my order, but I waited until the following Saturday (5 days later) to try it on so I could film the experience (watch my entire Sumissura process HERE). They DO have a perfect fit guarantee, so if things aren’t fitting properly they’ll remake it or pay for alterations as long as you contact support within 7 days of receiving the order.

Long story short, I’M IN LOVE WITH MY SUIT!!! Everything fits like a glove. The quality is unreal. It looks ON POINT! When I’m wearing it, I feel like a boss bitch ready take whatever life wants to throw my way (actually though… don’t mess with me while I’m wearing it!).

I think it’s important to note that because I’m used to a stretch pant that moves with me, the tailor fit pant without stretch is a bit of an adjustment. The length of the pant is JUST at the ankle when I’m standing because I didn’t want them to bunch at the bottom, so if I sit it rides up the leg (the way a men’s pant would). The fit around my waist and ankle is also a touch snug, BUT because I gave them my measurements I probably could have added an extra 1/4 inch to allow for a bit of movement. Not being an experienced seamstress, I didn’t really think that one through. I just have to make sure my booty/thigh gains aren’t too significant in the next month or so, because I plan on wearing this one to my friend’s wedding!

The ONLY other thing worth raising a potential flag to, is the length from waist to crotch. I don’t think there was an option to add a measurement for this area, and for us tall girls, this could raise a concern. Adding extra length to a pant for a tall girl often means adding length everywhere and not just in the leg. My pair of pants turned out pretty perfectly, but for anyone who has a long hip/waist, you MAY find it a little snug.

As for the blouse, I am in love with it. The fit is perfect. The material is SO ridiculously soft and I don’t think I’ve ever had a blouse that fits so nicely. I often find if I want it to fit my boobs, there’s no shape in the waist, and then if i want it to fit my waist, I’ll risk popping a button. I don’t have any of those concerns with this one and it looks so sharp!

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Sumissura custom jacket lining.

For a custom tailored outfit, what Sumissura offers their customers is amazing! I’ve never ordered anything custom tailored before, and this experience was so easy, efficient and successful that I’ll definitely be making another order! I’ve already been raving about it to my girlfriends lol.. Every woman needs a good power suit. Even if I had any issues with my order, I know that because the process was so smooth, getting it fixed or altered would be just as hassle-free.

I want to give a  HUGE thank you to Eugenie at Sumissura for setting me up with this experience. Don’t be surprised if you find me in a suit at every occasion for the rest of forever. ❀

If you’re interested in checking out Sumissura for yourself (and I really think you should because the customization options are almost endless!!!), use my referral link for $25 off your first purchase (applicable to new users only), which will give me $25 off my next purchase — this referral program is open to everyone so you can invite your friends and get that referral bonus too!
If you already have an account but have never ordered, use my code: blgmermaid for 10% off your first purchase!! I don’t get paid if you use this code but this way they’ll know I sent you πŸ™‚