Ukraine postcard DressArtMystery family with Vira, Slava Ukraine
Ukrainian digital postcard with one of the girls from our DressArtMystery team.
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Let us introduce you to Vira, an extremely charming and remarkably skilled master. She clarified a couple of questions about herself and her work at our atelier:
✍: What's your role in DressArtMystery?
👩: I sew all pieces of your future dresses together add tiny lace details, huge panniers and never-ending ruffles. I make a lot of handmade embroideries, bead-work and hand-sewing, that makes your garment look so unique. Sometimes I also dye the laces to make them perfect for your costume.
✍: What is your tailoring experience?
👩: I work in DressArtMystery for 4 years already.
✍: What do you love the most about your job?
👩: I love to see our client's photo reviews. It is very inspiring when you see how your work makes people from all over the world happy. So, please, if you have photos in Dress Art Mystery costumes, share them! It's incredibly rewarding!
✍: What are you dreaming of and striving for?
👩: Someday I'll own my private house with a large plot of land where I'll be able to keep as many animals as I want. Among others, there would be llamas, alpacas and sheep to make yarn from their wool. Furthermore, I'll make nice hats for them and they'll have a personal insta-blog if it's still a thing till then.
✍: Tell me some interesting facts about you?
👩: - I'm talking to your costumes. Oh yes, I tell them how incredibly beautiful they are, and how much pleasure they'll bring to their owners.
- I love plants. Sometimes I treat them like a person - each of my orchids has it's own name.
- I adore animals. Octopuses are amazing creatures so are spiders.
- Sometimes I come home from work, where I sew 8 hours a day, and ... I sew for myself! Seriously, I love it very much. Also, I love to knit and crochet. I guess, I just can't keep my hands calm.