I combined my many years experience in fashion design and garment construction with my love of shopping online and created an online custom dress boutique.
1000 Apparel & Accessories
We put our hearts and souls into our creations and when we can make someone smile from wearing our charity jewels- that’s the biggest success we can ask for.
It makes me happy every time I see new items posted on the website – because I realize that my idea is being utilized to help others Forward their Fashion and BE Fashion Forward!
I started my company after breast cancer threw me into menopause with drenching night sweats.
After being a seamstress for 20+ years, I wanted to focus on how to better market and profit from my skills.
We have always been interested in holistic living and there was never a question that our business would be in the holistic, organic realm.
My sister-in-law, Anna Forselius, and I started Oopsie Loopsie because like other new moms we were struggling with our weight in our post-pregnancy days.
When I started out at 19-years-old I tried to dress older and felt a bit of a fraud in that I was so young to have employees and be out getting business.
Friends and family were so impressed and felt that my idea would become popular because beach weddings were just starting to become one of the most unique ways to get married.
Project Sierra Leone started as a result of the hardship that faces a lot of people in Sierra Leone, especially women.
To work incredibly hard for something and have someone else determine my fate was the turning point for me, and the reason I started feNa.
When I was getting married, my biggest fear was tripping down the aisle. I needed a way to practice walking in my gown, so I invented one.
I was working at a department store when I noticed a constant problem. Women have a hard time finding stylish skirts that fit!
I wanted to create a beautiful shoe that could adapt to us so we don’t ever have to compromise between comfort and allure. (Tanya Heath Paris is a line of shoes with removable heels).
I was looking for an outlet of my creative nature and Park City’s Main Street was looking for a shoe store. It was a match made in heaven.