ABOUT Scylvia The Fairy Godmother of Fashion
Scylvia's gift of custom designing has been passed down for 3 generations by her mother and grandmother. She started sewing at a very early age, because her mother was always so busy, and also because she liked certain styles that her mother wouldn't make for her. She designed her own clothes at a very young age.
Scylvia will custom design your gown, tuxedo or any other garment, taking into consideration not only the shape of your face and body, BUT ALSO the shape of your eyes. You get to choose exactly what you want, down to the tiniest, detail, and she'll have it for whenever you need it.
In addition to her designing and tailoring abilities she is a Viviane Woodard Cosmetics award winning Beauty Advisor multiple times.
Scylvia and Danese Creations have been featured in the YES section of The Arizona Republic newspaper as "Designer of the Week," and her designs have graced the YES cover twice, once for the gift issue and once for the bridal issue.
Arizona Foothills Magazine included Danese Creations in their "101 Things We Love About Phoenix", and they also wrote a story about the bridal side of the business, as did The Jewish News newspaper, which featured a picture of a Danese Creations original design for a destination wedding.
Scylvia has also been featured on Channel 3's "Good Evening Arizona" and Channel 15's "Sonoran Living" for her expert fittings of bras and her original designs.
And she's a semi-regular guest on Channel 3's "Good Morning Arizona," where she'll show original designs that vary depending on the season.
One of her original designs was worn to the 2005 Emmys and created such publicity for the daring way it was worn that the nationally syndicated news show, "Inside Edition" featured Scylvia and the dress the next day for the whole country to see.
Scylvia designed a leather and silk jacket for Ray Herndon of McBride and the Ride when he went to perform and accept an award at the Country Music Awards.
In June 2009, Scylvia won Arizona Bride magazine's Reader's Poll for Arizona's BEST Custom Dressmaker.
And in November, 2009, she had the distinction of having 5 of her designs gracing the cover of Trends Magazine's Heart Ball issue, which this year is celebrating the Heart Ball's 50th Anniversary. Inside, Scylvia has 5 more gowns, which start here and cover the next 4 pages.
Now about the "Ideal Image Results"
When I grew up it was customary to learn good manners and the proper way to do things — like how to sit, how to stand, how to walk properly — from our mothers and aunts, or from some of the teachers or even from some high class lady in town.
Nowadays, not so much!
Most moms are working, the teachers are too busy, the kids are running from one activity to another, and the high class ladies are behind some security gate and can't be approached.
Did you know that in the 50's most everybody looked proper, even when they were playing and relaxing? And I'm talking poor and rich alike. Both men and women dressed up to go to baseball games and even to the movies, let alone for church and other events.
Well then came the 60's and everything went to pot (no pun intended). And of course the 70's with the burning of the bras, they let it all hang out.
Because of this and women's liberation we sort of dropped the ball, and unless you went back east to some preppy academy, good manners and proper comportment was not taught.
The women's liberation movement brought about a lot of good things and we as women were able to achieve better pay, better jobs, and to be included in a lot of men's activities. But as a result, a lot of us started to imitate the way guys did things, including some of their mannerisms when walking, talking, standing and a whole lot of other things.
This is not good.
What we needed to do is take the good stuff but keep our classic femininity.
When I was a child back in the 50's my beautiful mother, only 5'2" tall and with a waist that only measured 18 inches, was one of the biggest wheat farmers in the the state of Sonora, Mexico. She would drive a tractor just as easily as her Jeep. She ran a 2200 acre ranch and did a man's job way before women's lib, and she did it as a lady.
What I have found is that not only are the young girls in need of help, but women of all ages are in even more need, because you can excuse a girl not knowing these things, but you expect the women to be ladies and to be savvy in that department.
I get asked for advice by women who are going to balls, by mothers of the bride and groom, by young women who are going to that very special date or event — and it's not so much what fork to use when that they need help with, but how to dress for their body type, or what is appropriate for the particular affair, how to stand for a photo to look much thinner — how to walk into a room and not feel intimidated.
Now, being that I AM The Fairy Godmother of Fashion, I have decided to open a Finishing School for all these "girls" of ALL ages.
I'm inviting you or someone you know to come to one of the 2 classes I offer at my Ideal Image Results Finishing School. Both Classes contain important information that IS NOT in the other class, things like:
These subjects are available in 2 SEPARATE CLASSES
Ideal Image Results Class 101: Essential Knowledge that ALL Women Need