‘From grass to grace’ is the best payoff that best explains the rise of Sonya Bee’s Boutique to stardom. The luxury online store didn’t start to follow a trend, rather design a trend others in the fashion world can follow.
The interview session didn’t get all serious from the initial stage, as Quetta Dee tells the secrete behind her body and look. She says when people ask her what she does differently, she ends up telling them she eats differently.
The Mississippi grown narrates how she’s used to eating fast food, but has now chosen to eat good food. She, however, owes credit of her body to the good food she now consumes.
Having started the store in 2010, her modeling career wasn’t what she wanted to do. She was left out of option but to fill the gap which non-one as at then was in good position to occupy.
She says, “We were at a time when we needed models, but it is hard to work with people’s schedules. Sonya is just like you gonna do it? And we ended up like I don’t have a choice really. So I did my own hair, I called my makeup artist. He did my makeup and we did the shoot. Then, people loved it, I was so shocked.”
Quetta Dee further stressed on the sustainability of the business. Despite circumstances and differences between her and her business partner, Sonya, there are still ways to blend to maintain the business survivability. She’s a mummy. “So I love her being a mummy, but she does like to be behind the scenes as do I.”
If you had thought Quetta Dee’s sense of style is nothing to write home about, you may just have been left at a crossroad considering what she said.
Quetta Dee’s sense of style shines through because Sonya Bee’s luxury wears are so diverse.
Speaking on the boutique’s pop-up tour, Quetta Dee says it’s been fun and want everyone to participate. She narrated that though, the tour is a gamble despite the number of followers the boutique has on social media, but that doesn’t equate the number of people that participate.
One of the challenges Quetta Dee has been shouldered to deal with is the fact that she has to act in a certain way. She lamented how her role requires her to behave in a certain way, with claims that the more he tries to control herself the better she realized the idea is for her.
Revealing a major project the brand is committed to, Quetta Dee hints that manufacturing is the next thing which is believed to satisfy their demands. “The demand is high.”
Amongst the many things, she would be committed to sooner than later, is fully chasing her modeling career and having her own fashion show.
In the course of the interview, she heaps praise at the brand’s loyal clients and prospective ones. She says they are supportive and kind people.
Having said her biggest conception is people thinking she doesn’t do anything, I don’t sleep much, Quetta Dee says she wakes up usually by 5am to start checking emails and probably out of the house 8am or 9am to go around the town.
She also checks by the office, to make sure all the operations are going well as scheduled.
When asked what advice does she have for any aspiring entrepreneur to want to be a fashion mogul, she laments that people ask for help before.
When asked what advice does she have for any aspiring entrepreneur to want to be a fashion mogul, she laments that people ask for help before helping themselves. She says, “You are going to ask for an advise but haven’t done anything. Nobody is going to give you a step by step model on how to start a business.”
On the chance that you want to slay just like the Focus TV presenter, V Brown, one is suggested to login to Sonya Bee’s Boutique www.sonyabee.com. There you find luxury wears that soothe one’s taste.
To best describe V Brown, one can simply say she’s the founder of Convoy Piece Media. She’s also a motivational speaker that coordinates events and an image maker for brands.