Black Fashion Designer Competing With Nordstrom For Women’s Fashion

African American fashion designer Nancy Macharia is taking her company, Tori’s Look Book, to the next level
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African American fashion designer Nancy Macharia is taking her company, Tori’s Look Book, to the next level with some lofty goals of gaining her fair share of the women’s fashion market.

Based in Atlanta, her company focuses on being the go-to name when it comes to vacation wear, formal dresses that are stylish and multi-faceted and wide variety of day brunch dresses. Versatility is a staple at Tori Look Book as she prides herself on promoting fashion pieces that can be worn in a formal, professional or leisure setting.

Her company's rise to a prominent position in search engines like Google started trending as result of women increasingly discovering her brand when searching for brunch dresses to wear to while attending leisure events. Here online success continues as she is quietly climbing the ranks among the top brands of the fashion industry being propelled by her best-selling black lace cocktail dress. Her high-low skirt and curvy maxi dresses collections appeal to the masses as her pieces routinely pair an elegant/classy look with sex appeal.

The brand is now being showcased online and competing against household names such as Macy’s, Nordstrom, Shein, and Neiman Marcus. Her line of women’s clothing is modeled by gorgeous women from diverse cultural backgrounds by design so that women of all ethnicities are represented within her brand. Her website features women of all shapes and sizes and has clothing specifically designed for curvy, thick fit, and plus size figures.

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