MAJOR MOTOR CITY MOVES
All plus size women matter.
Ask Louvenia Haliburton, owner and CEO of Trendy House Detroit LLC, her Motor City-based company that centers largely on customarily offering consumers an assortment of comfortable and stylish clothing.
To her distinctly unique credit, there is one apparent reason why Haliburton deemed it essential to establish a credible business venture that is starting to become a fixture throughout Detroit and the surrounding areas.
“I couldn’t find a lifestyle brand for plus size women,” Haliburton, 28, told Making Headline News this week. “I strive to produce designs that reflect my love for my hometown of Detroit, the love of black culture, and the love of women and everything we stand for.”
A business that went into operations in July 2017, Haliburton’s Trendy House Detroit’s staff believe in helping its customers “look and feel amazing,” all at an affordable price, as mentioned in a detailed introduction of this company at https://trendyhousedetroit.com/.
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Interestingly, Trendy House Detroit offers 100 percent cotton clothing and accessories for all shapes and sizes.
“We are working tirelessly to stay aware of all the latest trends and believe in catering to our customer’s needs,” said a spokesperson for Trendy House Detroit. “If you’re looking for the most comfortable lifestyle brand, look no further. With Trendy House Detroit, we have you covered in a stylish affordable way.”
Much to her delight, Haliburton’s company will be afforded the golden opportunity to share with the masses a business whose best and brightest days are well ahead of it.
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That’s because Haliburton and Co. will be hosting their inaugural “A Trendy Night In Detroit Fashion Show” on October 13.
Powered by Trendy House Detroit LLC, this power-packed event will take place from 4 to 8 p.m. EST at the International Institute of Metropolitan Detroit, located at 111 East Kirby Street.
Tickets for this event can be purchased online at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/a-trendy-night-in-detroit-fashion-show-tickets-60280964989.
“You are invited to watch the best Detroit has to offer,” said a spokesperson for Haliburton’s Trendy House Detroit. “We promise you won’t be disappointed. We have some exclusive designers and vendors for the best shopping experience and fashion showcase possible. Come indulge in the greatness that Detroit has to offer.”
Approximately two years removed from having delved off into the ever-so-competitive world of entrepreneurship, Haliburton said her competitive drive as a thriving businesswoman arose in large part from her, well, competitive nature, of sorts.
“The competitive drive helped in this business, because it made me realize that no matter how saturated a field is, I can always make my own lane and be successful,” said Haliburton, a 2009 graduate of Detroit’s Mumford High School.
A business that accommodates clients ranging mostly in ages 18 to 30, Haliburton emphasized her satisfaction as a business owner comes from her customers’ reaction to her products.
“(I aspire) to be an example to other women of color…to not let your environment get the best of you,” said Haliburton, explaining her mission for overseeing the day-to-day operations of her business.
“It’s very important (to esteem others daily), because you never know what people are going through,” Haliburton continued. “If one design I make can make that person feel better about themselves or even smile while looking at it, I’ll be happy.”
To her credit, she’s been rather delightful ever since the startup of her progressive, flourishing endeavor, one whose best and brightest days are well ahead of it.
For more information about Detroit-area Businesswoman Louvenia Haliburton of “Trendy House Detroit LLC” contact her at: https://trendyhousedetroit.com/pages/contact-us, or connect with her via social media at: @trendyhousedetroit (both at Facebook and Instagram). Also, she can be reached via email at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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