Women of Frisco
September has arrived, which means the summer clothes are put up and the fall wardrobes make their debut. And what better way to introduce the fall look than using popular fashion designer, Abi Ferrin’s pieces on four extraordinary Frisco entrepreneurial women? The women had a fun filled shoot set at the quaint boutique, Very Betty located on 1170 N. Preston Road in Prosper. If you see an item you must have in these pages, Very Betty will be having a Trunk Show on September 20th from 4:00-8:00 pm, so come on by! To make your outfits complete, Brittany Malone will be offering her custom-made cowboy boots from her Bodacious Boot company line for sale during the show. These boots are also featured on our models and can be found on her site http:www.bodaciousbootco.com
Enough can’t be said about these four ladies I’m about to introduce. They are just as beautiful on the inside as they are on the outside.
So without further ado…
We begin with Stacey Feltman. Stacey is a ten year native to Frisco. Many of you have most likely heard of, or perhaps even been privileged enough to be one of her clients. She is one of the area’s top producing real estate agents. She runs the real estate group, Stacey Feltman Group. She has built her real estate business in the last four years to the esteem that take many other peers at least twenty year’s time. Pretty remarkable! No wonder her motto is “Making realty dreams a reality.” She has received numerous accolades and awards to back up her work, including Best Agent in Frisco for two years; D Magazine’s Best Real Estate Agent for 2016 and 2017; she has received a five star Real Estate Award and been featured in several publications for her outstanding work. She has a love for people and much of her business has been built on referrals from past clients. Stacey is married to her husband Scott and a proud mother to her children, daughter, Callie and son, Cole. Just as in her real estate business, her heart is just as large when giving back to our community. She is a large contributor to Frisco ISD, Frisco YMCA and Frisco Family Services just to name a few. During the November and December months, she and her staff deliver Thanksgiving and Christmas dinners to underprivileged families. Stacey recognizes she’s in a business that is often coined as “sales.” but she mentioned, “I don’t see myself as a sales person; my clients aren’t clients to me, they become my family.” If you’re looking to buy or sell a home, and become part of a family, contact Stacey at www.staceyfeltmangroup.com
Brittany Malone, a twelve-year native to Frisco, alongside her husband Mike and two daughters, McKenzie and Brooklyn, is the proud owner and operator of her boutique in Frisco, Diva B. Designs. Unlike traditional store front shops, Brittany wanted to create a non-conventional way of business. She enjoys creating her own hours, as to set time for honing into her clients. She acts as a personal stylist, she has helped style clients for events and been involved as a personal shopper for her clients as well. As she stated, “I want to make everyday women, no matter their size or shape look fabulous!” She caters to each body type and does her magic. Five years ago, Brittany started her own line of custom made cowboy boots. (featured in this piece). The line, Bodacious Boot Company, are fashion cowboy boots made with attitude and style! Brittany incorporates only the highest quality materials when creating the boots. This includes the likes of real Swarovski crystals! These have been showcased by contestants on the show America’s Got Talent. She offers these on her website, http:www.bodaciousbootco.com, authorized retailers and at Diva B. Designs as well. In her shop she also sells, clothing, accessories, collegiate wear for games days, and more. Brittany not only wears boots, she wears different “hats,” too. When not styling all the women in town, you can find her in camo. That’s right, camo. She is a part of Diva Wow – this educates women in the outdoor side of life. This includes, hunting, fishing and archery. She is also a part of the group Ducks Unlimited and The Frisco Women’s League. No matter where you catch her, indoors or out, Frisco is lucky to have Brittany to style us up right!
Mayra Diaz, a twelve-year Frisco resident alongside her husband, daughter, son and grandson embodies servant leadership. Mayra has served as the Assistant Director of Public Services at the Frisco Public Library. She takes every opportunity to provide quality services to the community with the help of her staff. She focuses on mentoring her staff so they can build up to their fullest potentials. She has created a workplace that is based on trust and exceptional customer service for the community. Mayra’s dedication to service began when she joined the United States Air Force over thirty years ago. This was an experience that helped her define her leadership style as focused, loyal and disciplined. Frisco is lucky to have her.
Shannon is a Frisco native, alongside her husband George and two children, daughter Marin and son Kerr. Shannon was a part of building the Hope Park area we now enjoy in Frisco. During this large project, she had the chance to meet several individuals who would spearhead the opportunity for her to purchase the successful closet organization business now called, Dallas Closet Design. Shannon has stayed active in several charities around the area. She is a part of a wonderful program with her daughter, Marin called the North Charity League. This allows mothers and daughters to keep connected during the 7th-12th grade time frame. She and the rest of the family are also very involved in the Texas Big Star Half Marathon. This benefits the North Texas Community Giving Foundation. The next big race will be held on Saturday, April 14, 2018. Shannon would love to see all the Frisco residents join in! If you are needing organization help, contact http:www.dallasclosetdesign.com to get started! We all need to stay organized and Shannon will help!
If you’re around town and see any of these lovely ladies, stop and say hello. They all gave the consensus that they love how, even though Frisco is growing exponentially, it still can give off a small town feel with the people and culture. I couldn’t agree more.
For all of you fashionista’s, if you want to shop for any of the looks these ladies are showcasing, be sure to visit, https://www.abiferrin.com/ or stop by the Very Betty Boutique. Also, the watches the ladies are wearing come from Marc Samuels Jewelers at http://marcsamuelsjewelers.com/