I read this book by Ilene Beckerman a hundred years ago. I think of it often and mostly recall the amazing storytelling. I’m one of those people who remembers what I was wearing at certain key moments in my life…..The Limited red satin baseball jacket my first time skating with a boy at the roller rink, the pink flocked polka-dot dress that my Aunt Eva made for me on my 7th Christmas, the Spiegel mint green jumpsuit I wore the day my parents dropped me off at college, the Anne Klein suit I wore for my Liz Claiborne interview, the Pucci black tunic I bought in Milan to my Dad’s funeral, the Shelly Segal Laundry velvet dress at my rehearsal dinner, the Donna Karan embroidered shirt to my son’s 4th birthday party….you get the picture.
It’s not necessarily what you wear, it’s definitely not what others think about it. It’s about why you wear it and how it makes you feel. Clothes shape or reflect who we are. My vision for LUVVUL is visceral – we are helping our customers through the VULnerable process of choosing clothing that makes them feel good from the inside out, creating positive feelings and memorable memories.
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