ABOUT ROARINGLY PRECIOUS
A company offering easy clothes with adaptive features for ladies
The idea to create a easy clothes company was born when designer and founder, Sara, spent time caring for loved ones facing the challenges of dementia. She became frustrated with the lack of fashionable, easy clothing available to help people maintain their sense of style and independence whilst providing for their specific needs. Sara spent 2 years pairing her background in design with research around the challenges of cognitive and mobility conditions to create adaptive clothing made with a purpose. Sara spoke to carers, occupational therapy professionals and families supporting loved ones before creating a ladies easy clothes brand and launching, THE LITTLE HARRIS COLLECTION.
The collection is made up of 10 garments with helpful adaptive design features that cater to a range of needs, supporting people facing different challenges and requiring varying levels of support.
At ROARINGLY PRECIOUS we see 'people' and work to offer them choice. We aim to use design and a love of fashion to provide easy clothes that will support people's practical needs, dignity and individuality. We believe every person deserves the right to feel good about themselves and the clothes they are wearing. We endeavour to provide adaptive clothing that solves issues, eases struggles and provides people with a sense of comfort and enjoyment.
In the future we hope to invest further in expanding our range of clothing for women, offering a wider selection of designs and also launch a Men's clothing range.
our founder, designer and maker
Sara trained at the University of Huddersfield completing a BA Hons in Costume with Textiles. She then went on to work as a seamstress in different roles within the fashion and tailoring industry before becoming self employed and launching ROARINGLY PRECIOUS’s first collection, THE LITTLE HARRIS COLLECTION.
Her background in Costume design helps Sara to tailor her collections to specific needs and to create adaptive ladies clothing that is different to standard high street shops. Her years as a seamstress have taught her the professional standard required for retail and the different construction techniques that can be used when creating new designs and alternative solutions to clothing challenges.