Hey curvy girls all over the world,
We all know how annoying it can be to go into a store and try on ill fitting clothes. Whether you’re tall, short, curvy, or straight up and down, finding clothes that fit is a true challenge. We’ve all ordered clothes on line praying and hoping that the fit is true to size. However, it still winds up being a hit or miss situation. Plus size women know this all too well. Recently, we found out about a company that is using technology to deliver true fitting clothes for plus size women. Let us introduce you to Elu.
Elu made to measure apparel is the brainchild of Christina Marshall Valdez. It’s a made-to-measure apparel brand for plus-size women that uses smart technology to enable true fit and customizable designs. With Elu you’re able to basically design a dress that fits your style. Elu gives you 3 basic dress silhouettes and you can change the neckline, include your measurements for the dresses to fit your shape and even choose a different color, and lining. Your dress is delivered to you with your exact designs and measurements.
Elu is a start up company and has already garnered the attention of popular media outlets like The Chicago Tribune, LA Times, and Crain’s. Right now, they have a kickstarter campaign and are trying to reach a $50K goal to expand the company.
You can checkout her kickstarter campaign HERE
So, what do you guys think about this new company?