We all need a bit of self-care right now. Whether you’re an essential worker or have found yourself relocating work life to your home, finding more ways to be confident and comfortable can go a long way. With this in mind, A la mode introduced their Comfort Project, offering healthcare workers with cozy pajamas, robes, and more as a token of gratitude — which is very on brand for a company in the business of making people feel their best!
A la mode, which translates to “in the fashion,” was born of a desire to provide trendy, beautiful bra options for every size. As Patti Platt and Sharon Borland prepared to enter retirement, this local gem was born, with the mission of offering guests with the perfect fit, style, and excellent customer service. Voted Best Lingerie Boutique by the 2020 Capital Gazette Readers Choice Poll, they’re succeeding.
Continuing this standout service, their expert staff will offer guests multiple options to pamper themselves. Beginning June 1, in addition to their current curbside pickup, A La Mode will be offering individual appointments, which can easily be scheduled online. Just search for your desired date and time!
A full staff of certified fitters will be assisting guests one-on-one to choose the perfect intimates, loungewear, swimwear, and more. Their in-depth knowledge and expertise on different styles and body types allow them to find every client’s unique fit; making it easy for them to feel good in their own skin.
With the customer’s health and safety at the forefront, A la mode has updated their cleaning protocol to ensure a sterile shopping environment for each customer, sanitizing the store before and after each appointment. All interactions and traffic into the store will be limited. In keeping with state guidelines, all guests will be required to wear a face covering while in the store.