Walking the runway is harder than people think, mostly because of all the landing airplanes. Design an aerodynamic, fashion-forward look with today's Groupon: for $18, you get $36 worth of creative DIY clothing at C By Me Clothing in North Miami Beach.
The bright, innovative DIY hot spot rewards budding fashionistas of all ages with myriad apparel and accessory palettes for creating your own inimitable clothes, which are available to tote home later that day.
Set up your personal design factory in the invitingly open space, and choose a clothing article ($12+) or accessory ($5+) from a selection of shorts, tank tops, hoodies, sling bags, headbands, and more. The pick-your-style portion boasts four areas of dashingly distinctive form: the classic waltzing with embroidered detail ($3 each), the couture-flashing rhinestone detail ($3 each), the designer-choice-announcing big and bold details ($12 each), and the original design station with stamps and stencils accompanied by paint, markers, and splatter paint ($10 per designer).
Next, select add-ons from the dollar containers overflowing with modish studs, nail heads, rhinestone-embroidered letters, and more ($1 each), which can conveniently spell out your favorite emotion or the name of your kindergarten alma mater. Multihued ribbons ($2 each) and gift wrap ($2 each) can embrace your new duds with a hug of generous finery.
Finally, the professional apparel architects ready your don-able illustration for its own autonomous label, ensuring you'll never forget who you're wearing when interviewed by stuffed-animal entertainment correspondents on your bedroom's red carpet.
As the brainchild of art enthusiasts, friends, and owners Erika Koopman and Brittany Socol, the customized clothes emporium C By Me is ideal for a dizzying array of events, from children's birthday parties to baby showers, bridal showers, and designer rain showers.
C By Me Creative Clothing & Art Studio
C By Me Creative Clothing & Art Studio invites customers of all ages to make bold statements with their outfits by helping them turn everyday articles into vibrant, eye-catching pieces. Amid the studio's pristine white decor and stainless-steel tables, fashion experts help visitors design their own threads by starting with a blank clothing canvas and adding rhinestones, ribbon, and colorful paint. With the kaleidoscopic arsenal of colorful adornments, customers turn anything from shirts and shoes to wallets and tote bags into wearable works of art akin to Michelangelo's fashionable attempt to cut a head hole in the Mona Lisa.