As I’ve juggled blogging and busty shirt making, I always thought the business side of things that I’ve procrastinated on would fall easily into place once I spent a little less time on Hourglassy. I was so wrong. Even the smallest project is like beginning an advanced course that I have no background in and am expected to teach myself! My latest project is my most ambitious yet–I’m having a Campbell & Kate pop up shop in Manhattan for four days at the beginning of April.
If a woman sends me her measurements, bra and pants size, I’m pretty good at fitting her into a shirt she loves wearing, but it’s been my dream to be able to meet with women in person. Now that’s going to happen at Of Mercer, a woman-owned boutique that specializes in desk-to-dinner clothing for professional women and likes to support other female entrepreneurs with their space. (If you visit their website, don’t be deceived–several of their dresses can fit women who wear up to a G cup, and they have a great single-button blazer that works well on busty women.)
I would love for you to stop by the pop up shop, even if you don’t plan on purchasing a shirt. Connecting with Hourglassy readers really keeps me going, and there’s more to do than try my shirts.
- Celebrate the launch of my pop up over wine and cheese with me on Thursday night.
- Come in on Saturday for Bras & Brunch–you can get get a “bra refresh” and check out some of my favorite spring-summer 2017 bras that come in D-H cups.
- Have a private speed styling session with Carol Davidson on Sunday. She’s the FIT image consulting instructor who introduced me to balance points, one of the most helpful ways to understand necklines on busty women.
I can’t wait to see you there. And please invite your busty friends!