VERY PROFESSIONAL.. EASY TO WORK WITH AND SHE MADE SHE PUT THE CLIENT FIRST.
GREAT JOB ANA AND HOPEFULY WE CAN WORK AGAIN IN THE NEAR FUTURE
How Chris Savittiere started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Mr and Mrs Sew It All
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are a tailoring and custom sewing business: Clothing alterations, custom clothing, costumes, wedding tailoring, dance wear, home decor, and creative sewing solutions.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Logo types to explore
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
We do all jobs big and small from the simplest of repairs to complicated custom pieces. We would like the logo to represent a mid thirty's demographic, male and female, slightly playful because of our name, but still very professional and progressive. We deal with individual clients as well as other businesses.
We like rich gemstone-like colors and dark background.
The Fleur de Lis symbol is something we've always liked because of our New Orleans background but is not a must.
I would stay away from sewing machine images unless it can be made to look very modern and sophisticated.
Other images we like are dress forms, shears, man/woman, draping, or precision lines and measurements.
We are flexible with font styles but prefer either sharp and streamlined or mid range fancy cursive.
Our company is very customer service oriented and we want the logo to reflect a high end service even though our prices are very reasonable.
Our previous logo which is included is something we've liked but don't feel like it is professional enough or will show well on our website.
The underscript "professional clothing alterations and restylings" can be kept or omitted. Other suggestions could be
"professional clothing alterations and custom sewing"
"professional clothing alterations and custom designs"
"professional tailoring and custom sewing designs"
This part can be tweaked after design is made.