"Carrying out my commitment to sustainable style, one purse at a time”
- Paula Parisotto
Paula Parisotto, designer and personal stylist.
I believe in living a balanced life. Chasing my evening yoga class with a vodka and twist of lime or by alternating my adventures between road trips down the California coast in flats and comfy pants and flying first class sipping champagne in my ultra high heels. I believe we should have the freedom to go after what we want without batting an eyelash. And I believe our wardrobe should effortlessly accent our lifestyle...starting with great accessories.
At a glance, the creation of my line looks like it was developed over two and a half years of research, design and exploration. From the moment when a handbag made of a vaguely familiar, attention-grabbing material sparked an "a-ha" pivot turning this personal stylist into an accessories designer.
But really, getting here can be traced back to a lifetime of experiences. From leaving a 20 year career to start my next life as an accomplished personal stylist. From going back to school, in my 40’s, while raising five teenagers (and three dogs), to waving buh-bye to the struggles I faced in the past so I could build the future I wanted. Brick by brick.
And that’s why I started this company. It’s for people like us, to prove that we can live life on our terms. To put those boxing classes to work, knocking out any obstacles that get in the way with a strong one-two punch!
I’m showing up every day to create an All-American company that doesn’t just talk about freedom – it cultivates it.
Let’s face it, our lives (and our closets) are filled to the brim! We need quality accessories that complement our individual styles and our busy schedules. And, most importantly, we should never have to sacrifice style for practicality. We deserve it all, don’t you think?
If we were together, I’d be pulling you in for a big hug right about now. Consider this a virtual squeeze, friend!
I'm glad to have you here,
For more information about personal styling by Paula Parisotto, please email me.