PRLog - July 13, 2012 - GREENVILLE, S.C. -- Her Tuxedo is a family run business established by Zuhal Omar and her son, to fill a gap in the female apparel industry. For years iconic female stars like 1920’s Marlene Dietrich to present day well known personalities such as Ellen DeGeneres and Beyonce have included the Tuxedo in their stylish wardrobes. Although these celebrities always look stunning in their outfits, it is usually the result of expensively tailored custom made suits that are beyond the budget of most of us. Indeed, for many women the only affordable option was to alter a man’s tuxedo. After extensively searching for an affordable tuxedo especially tailored for the female body, they decided to design their own suits and so Her Tuxedo was born.
Fitted Women's Tuxedo
Open for only a few months now, they have spent countless hours designing a stylish tuxedo suit they could bring to the female market at large. After employing the best American Couturier professionals in California and numerous redesigns in an effort to achieve perfection; they can finally offer a classic women’s tuxedo suit - http://www.hertuxedo.com - tailored to fit the female body. By providing the tuxedo online, they aim to offer a product accessible to women everywhere regardless of location.
The tuxedo is sold in three separate pieces – the women’s tuxedo jacket & pants (link), the women’s waistcoat - http://www.hertuxedo.com/
Zuhal has already worn her tuxedo to many events and attests to its high quality and versatility. It’s designed to be worn at a variety of occasions such as black tie, weddings, formal parties, charity balls and professional events. The women’s tux has been especially popular with the lesbian community, specifically at weddings. However, Zuhal says many other customers also wear it as a classy and fashion forward business suit. Since the pieces are offered separately it’s easy to pair the waistcoat, shirt or pants with a casual outfit as well.
Her Tuxedo already puts a large effort behind their customer service but they have started to take it a step further through numerous social communities. Using their Facebook, Twitter and Blog they offer advice, tips and industry knowledge. They encourage anyone interested to address them there for real time customer service.