How and why did you start Suki La?
I had always dreamed about having my own business but hadn’t really had my ‘this is it moment’ until I came up with the concept for Suki La. A brand focused on making hair accessories that are inclusive for all hair types, we want to encourage confidence and help you elevate your look.
What is your proudest moment since launching the brand?
Every time I spot a Suki La hair claw it makes me proud. My pride comes from seeing women wearing their Suki La hair claws or using our Care Kits, I find it extremely encouraging and get excited every single time. At the end of the day, I want Suki La to be about the women and girls wearing and using our products and it is all our gorgeous customers that make me proud and motivated to continue working every single day.
What does a typical workday look like for you?
As a small business expecting nothing to go to plan is how it is for me, so a typical Suki La workday involves expecting the unexpected. However, each day I have a list of tasks I do need to do which can range from customer service and emails to organising and photographing new arrivals. Working on socials and packing orders. At this stage Suki La is a one-woman team, so I do everything and anything that needs to get done!