In episode 79, hear how Jenna Loyal, the founder of Pro Hac Vice, has created a fashion-forward brand that petite women actually want to wear – all while working a full-time day job. With thoughtful fit, feminine details, and quality fabrics, Pro Hac Vice serves style in just the right proportions.
Jenna Loyal is the founder of Pro Hac Vice, a New York City based clothing brand for petite women, 5’4” and under. Pro Hac Vice makes well-fitting clothing with feminine silhouettes, unexpected details, and high-quality fabrics. Jenna’s greatest passion for the brand is to make clothes that petite women will actually be excited to wear.
In this episode, you’ll learn:
- What Jenna struggled with as a petite woman that made her start her own petite fashion brand
- Why Jenna decided not to put together a whole business plan
- Why Jenna started her branding and social media before having any products or even designs
- How long the process took from design to finished product
- How Jenna decided on the two initial pieces for the Pro Hac Vice collection
- Why Jenna chose to work with a consulting agency to develop her designs instead of hiring freelancers
- How Jenna balances a full-time legal career with running her brand
- The skills from Jenna’s legal career background that help her in her entrepreneurial life
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