With that in mind, she transitioned into designing scarves. “It really opened up my customer base to include husbands, brothers and uncles and was a way to cross market myself. Plus I don’t have to worry about fit.” Her plan was to have that entity pay the bills so she could concentrate on designing gowns. She hit some of the country clubs with her line of scarves, including the annual Lucile B. Conger Holiday Market event at Barton Hills last year.

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