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Meet Necole Moore of Suave’ Clothing in Tuscaloosa

Today we’d like to introduce you to Necole Moore.

Necole, can you briefly walk us through your story – how you started and how you got to where you are today.
I originally started Suave’ in the early parts of 2019, during a period where I was trying to find myself as an individual. I didn’t know how to accept the fact that I wasn’t like everyone else. I wanted to use how I felt and how I wanted to dress a reality for myself and others. In today’s society, it is not always normal to be different or, in other words, be an outcast. After long nights of prayer and talks with God, he lead me to doing something I now love, and put people in my life who I needed on this journey. Take pride in not being like the everyone else. It’s ok to be different. Suave’ is for anyone who has ever dealt with adversity, overcame hard-times, and just for people who love fashion.

Overall, has it been relatively smooth? If not, what were some of the struggles along the way?
It’s been an ok road, and I know I’m only going to get better with time. Starting, I wasn’t getting the support I wanted, but there’s this saying that keeps me motivated, “Don’t let your creativity die from the lack of support.”

Suave’ Clothing – what should we know? What do you guys do best? What sets you apart from the competition?
We’re versatile urban wear with a bit of street fashion for your everyday comfort. We are a unisex clothing brand. We do make some gender-specific items, but for the most part, it’s unisex. Suave’ Stands for, “It’s ok to be different.” What sets us apart is our customer service. If you focus on the customer, they’ll come back every time. What also sets us apart is our originality. Be you, w/o worrying about how somebody else feels. As a company and as the CEO, I’m most proud of myself for even starting. I stepped out on faith and did this.

What is “success” or “successful” for you?
Success is something that doesn’t come overnight. I would define success as making it to a level financially and mentally that you thought was never attainable. Hard work & goodwill.

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