What’s Trending @EnvyByMG
What’s Trending @EnvyByMG
First I would like to tell you a couple of things you may or may not know regarding Envy. We are now selling amazing Sam Edelman shoes as well as a select few Betsey Johnson kicks! Thus far everyone is loving the shoe selection, it really puts the icing on the cake when you can pair a perfect shoe with your clothing choices!
Secondly, we had an amazing turnout for the after party on July 11, following the season #7 opener of The Real Housewives Of New Jersey! Melissa Gorga was her usual gracious and engaging self, greeting and taking photos with every single visitor in attendance! If you missed it, not to worry, we will have several events before the end of the year.
We will let you know via this weekly info letter and through social media. You may also visit us on our online boutique at envybymg.com. Fall selections are beginning to arrive and I must say- they are fabulous and have excellent price points! We are also carrying some very beautiful Joseph Ribkoff for curvier customers!
Truly we try to provide something for everyone even in a small space. Being that I’ve been on a “love yourself” kick for the last month, I’ve taken some of the material that will follow, from a fantastic article by Isabel Marant and her “Fashion Philosophy”.
Based on the assumption that we want to dress with no effort yet look chic and stylish here are a few thoughts: You need really make fashion your own. Fashion in so many words is NOT IMPORTANT, but wearing what you love is what counts…
Xoxox- Team Envy
Carolyn casella — January 28 2017
I notice you took my comment out in all honesty.I. believe a lot of people would agree with me .I think the store Is beautiful and so are the clothes,but nothing for full figure women,not everyone is super skinny,you can have a nice full figure and dress with the same clothes .just a size bigger.if you want to expand your business.you need to take constructive criticism.I noticed you take the comments down. I would think you would want ideas so you would attract all types of cultures and people.Honestly melissa I guess you see one type of person skinny,didn’t think you were that type of person.Its sad a nice email to me would have been nice,to even say hey working on it or suggestions would be considered.may you have a blessed day.
judy pawlak — November 19 2016
Love your clothes & shoes!!! The shoes would be for me if they ran in wide width.
Patricia Leibowitz — November 12 2016
On your sizing is there any way that your let us know that your s = to a size ? , M = to a size ? etc. I have purchased s, m, l, xl clothing in the past and depending on the designer the fit it totally different. One Asian designer their XL was = to a size 4. Love your taste in clothing. Would love to own that shawl collar coat among many other sold out items. Hopefully you are not just catering to the skinny girl. Plus size women can wear many of yours items and as I always say Larger girls have just as much money to spend too. Good Luck with the store Pat Leibowitz
Annie Milan — November 8 2016
Hi, I just wanted to say Congratulation on your store and being a business woman. Very overpowering! :) It’s great! I also wanted to say I love your store everything is so fashionable and beautiful, I was looking thru the website, I have question, would you post stuff that would be on sale/clearance online site? The reason I’m asking because I live in Florida and I visit NY/NJ once a year to visit family, I just love Envy and what you have created, so I thought of asking besides the high prices that it shows. Thank you
Tina — November 6 2016
What is the name of the coat that siggy bought at your fashion show, it showed on one of the episodes
Dierdre Darmanjian — November 2 2016
Will you be getting the Moto Pant by Blanc Noir back in?
Lois Salvador — November 2 2016
Love your clothes when is your next fashion show? How can I get tickets?
Rosie Coton — November 1 2016
So very expensive…impossible for a working girl to shop these absolutely beautiful pieces
Ann Scott — November 1 2016
Love your style. I will be purchase from you.
Js — October 31 2016
Please put the fabric content of your clothing online. I do not buy certain items when they are made of some fabrics. It woukd make a difference I think.
Karen Browning — October 30 2016
I love a lot of your styles. I would wear most of them only I am a plus size woman and the clothes are not available to me. I really think you can have even more sales if you carry plus sizes.
Judy — October 30 2016
I have been reading the comments. I don’t think people realize that your store is you. To reduce yourself to be “affordable” so everyone can buy is nuts. Just like sizing for plus size. I work and workout. Your clothing designers are awesome! Ramy Brook my favorite. Awesome store.
Fashionista — October 30 2016
Hi Mrs. Gorga: Congrats on your store and the fashion show was a great success. I admire you for who you are and what you have accomplished regarding your boutique. Regardless what people say, it is your business and you will do well and I know down the road you will add larger size for women and accessories and more jeans and sweaters, etc. Everyone please realize that she just started her business just like everyone else and when you start a business it takes one day at a time until she reaches her goals. So please give her a chance and stay positive and not be negative. Just pray for Mrs. Gorga and her business and she will do her best to please the women in our society, whether they are a size 2 or a size 18.
Denise Glentadakis — October 30 2016
I think the prices are too high and I understand the quality is great but if you lower your prices I think that would be a great idea for people who can afford the clothing
Carleen Kennedy — October 29 2016
Your clothes are beautiful but you need to include larger size women to and you need to have more variety in jeans and sweaters.
Melanie skolnik — October 29 2016
Why don’t you make your clothes for bigger sizes. Not everyone is a small size In the real world some people are size 12 to size 22 Not every one is a size 2. Let’s be real. Your clothes are nice but not real in life
Tanya Banks — October 24 2016
Nice clothes, too pricey and no clothes for big girls…probably would have more sells if you would change those two things….not knocking you but don’t discriminate against big women…
Charlene's hammond — October 24 2016
I have to leave 1 more comment. too the plus size woman ! im no stranger to larger sizes myself so i understand . but thats not what this store is selling. i dont thing some of her style will look the same on larger size woman. their are stores out their with great fashion for large size woman that know and understand what plus size woman want when getting dressed and what to hide and not to hide with cuts that make u feel great and look beautiful in clothes that are like Melissa’s style. But u cant go to the same store and put on the same item in a size 4 and in a size 16 and have it look the same . its impossible !! the cut is everything and when u know and understand this , u have no need to be upset or question that she doesnt have the sizes for every one. u have to shop were seller knows and understands the cuts to buy for curves an what will make u look and feel u r best .. i dont think Melissa is leaving u out. she is selling what she knows about to be successful . you cant fault her for that..a jeweler isnt gonna open a shoe shop and hope to be successful.
I hope this help girls a little understand about shopping in the right store.
Kristen Lusk — October 23 2016
Love your clothes but very pricey!! Always love your style it’s just too bad it’s not affordable for those of us that are less unfortunate financially. Best of luck to you!
sue — October 23 2016
wow expense crap!