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SBC-Tampa Grad Featured in Tallahassee Woman Magazine

April 17, 2014 SBI-Tampa, General 0 Comments

Sanford Brown Tampa Grad Featured in Tallahasse Woman MagazineSanford-Brown Tampa graduate, Paulette Everett, was featured in the April/May issue of Tallahassee Woman magazine as one of their "Women We Admire." Tallahassee Woman is a bi-monthly magazine with information and entertainment for women and is distributed on a complimentary basis throughout the greater Tallahassee area.

Paulette (pictured below) has always had a passion for fashion. As a child in Jamaica, she played dress-up and made clothes for her dolls out of scraps of old cloth. Paulette loved designing clothes and loved to sew but refused to call herself anything more than a "seamstress." She knew that in order to make her dreams come true, she needed a degree in fashion design.

How passionate is she? She commuted from Tallahassee to Tampa to go to school. That's a round trip of approximately 550 miles! This month, she will officially launch her own clothing line and reopen her boutique. Paulette says, "It's a choice, what you do. You can choose to be happy. Chase after your dreams and don't let anything hold you back."

More about the magazine 
Tallahassee Woman is a unique publication by women for women that covers the issues, trends, and the spirit of women that live, work, and play in our community. Every issue includes topics of interest such as family, career, fashion, business, home, health, trends, the arts, money, relationships, travel, food, and more that are selected to inform and entertain our readers as well as to enhance their lifestyle.

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