We are Fashion Freak LLC. We are based in Apple Valley & Rosemount, Minnesota which is suburb of St. Paul, Minnesota. We are a family based business that operates online and at traveling boutiques that pop up all over the south metro.
My name is Naomi and I am the Founder & Owner of Fashion Freak LLC. I've been operating Fashion Freak since June of 2015. The business originally started by carrying fashion accessories for a small direct sales business that no longer operates. As that company closed, I decided to change my business and build something for myself, something I could control and grow. Luckily, I had set up my direct sales business in such a way that I could easily pivot into what Fashion Freak LLC is today.
I'm a mom of two wild & crazy guys, married to the best man in the universe. I mean he lets me call him Mr. Sexy Pants publicly... Our family is my team, and we need all the teamwork we can get! Plus, my mom Debbie (she hates being called that) helps us out more than I admit. But hey, she's ok with being paid in Twizzlers, a free cellphone, and a little light teasing by all members of our team.
A woman with a punk rock heart and a serious case of mom life surrounded by boys. Even though I am the only girl in the family, I still may or may not be the instigator of most of the poop & weenie jokes in the house. ;D
May the Force be With You!
At Fashion Freak LLC, we will typically measure items using Flat Lay measurements. What this means is that we measure the garment while it is laying on a flat surface and it is un-stretched. If the measurements are noted as Flat Lay, double the measurement to compare to where it would fit on the chart below.
Below is a standard guideline for common sizes in relationship to measurements. Some items we carry will have separate measurements within the product description. They will have their own sizing chart that should be used as a guide instead of the below chart.
Bust: Measure the fullest part of your bust, making sure the measuring tape fits comfortably and flat.
Waist: Measure the narrowest part of your waist, with the measuring tape laying flat is comfortable. Not too tight or too loose so that you get an accurate measurement.
Hips: Measure below your waist above your thighs. Make sure the tape is flat and comfortable without being too loose or too tight.