Bespoke, Customized, and Made-to-Order are not new concepts, but they are being interpreted in new ways. At one time, customized products and services were elite and only available to the wealthy. Now personalized products in beauty, fashion, and food are within reach of all.
Want your own signature scent? Schedule an appointment with Memoire Liquide Bespoke Perfumery and choose from 160 bases; voila, you have your very own custom-made fragrance. More interested in makeup? Try Three Custom Color Specialists and have your own shades blended for your lips, eyes, or cheeks.
Not into the beauty scene? Prefer fashion? From head to toe, you can have your clothes and accessories made just for you. Work Custom Jeans specializes in denim for all shapes, sizes, and ages. My K-Swiss lets you design K-Swiss sneakers in multiple styles and colors. Men feeling left out? Want to splurge? Visit Tom Ford’s shop on Madison Avenue and have menswear made-to-measure.
Hungry for food? Adults might like a made-to-order Adult Chocolate Puddin’ from ChikaLicious Puddin. Kids may prefer a personalized fruit roll up from General Mills. Simply select an image and text and three weeks later parents and kids are happy. Over the pond, you can even design your own bespoke chocolate portfolio from Sir Hans Sloan of London.
Still can’t find something? Maybe you need your own customized Daily Vitamin Pack from Vuru. Need a vacation instead? Have DavidTravel design a “Tailor Made” itinerary. You’re just a kid? For girls, why not create a “Just Like You Doll” from American Girl – choose from 25 dolls and match your hair & eye color, skin tone, clothes and accessories. Boys, from “enginez” to “wheelz” you can build your own car with Ridemakerz.
Happy holidays ahead. Making your list of New Year’s resolutions? Why not schedule a customized trend excursion with Trendincite, made-to-order for your special needs?