Event Recap: Shop Her Closet 2017

Event Recap: Shop Her Closet 2017

It feels like only yesterday, I took on my first Stylishly Made client with Ambra and Natalie of tallz & SMALLZ. I developed their current style guide, designed their business cards and helped to publish the first version of their blog. I can’t believe it’s already been a year! I’m so proud of these very fashionable ladies.

In celebration of their one-year anniversary, they hosted the Shop Her Closet event at Hotel Max this past weekend. The event featured clothing for sale from some of the top style influencers in Seattle including tallz & SMALLZ, Amro Menor, The Need for Expression, Emma’s Edition, Sort of Style, Style Miss Molly, Styled Seattle, Antonio Smith Blog and Morgan Lillian with the proceeds going to Dress for Success Seattle.

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About Dress for Success Seattle
Dress for Success Seattle is a nonprofit organization working to empower women transitioning back into the workforce by providing professional attire and support to help them thrive in work and in life. Their clients, who are referred through local service agencies, meet one-on-one with a volunteer personal dresser at a scheduled time to ensure they receive the personal attention they need. Together, they choose interview-appropriate clothing that the client feels and looks great in. But, Dress for Success is about so much more than simply a new outfit. Besides apparel and accessories, their clients walk out with new confidence, self-esteem, and dignity. Visit seattle.dressforsuccess.org for more information.

About tallz & SMALLZ
SHC is the brainchild of Natalie and Ambra, the team behind tallz & SMALLZ, a fashion, beauty, and lifestyle blog specifically tailored to petite and tall fashionistas. We met here in Seattle in 2015 and immediately bonded both as transplants breaking into a new city and over a mutual fanatical attachment to style/fashion, beauty, traveling, and lifestyle. And what we both love about fashion is sharing how accessible style can be, no matter your size, shape, or height. Visit tallzandsmallz.com for more information.

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