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Motif Stylez makes custom tailoring available to everyone

MADISON COUNTY – Owner Raphael Tilley with Motif Stylez has created an alternative to off-the-rack clothing while preserving two valuable resources — time and comfort.

Tilley, who lives in Huntsville, has established a client base locally and in the Washington D.C. area. His approach has enabled Motif Stylez to become one of Huntsville’s and D.C.’s most successful and sought-after custom clothiers, Vickie Morris said. Morris is President of Face To Face Marketing LLC.

Motif Stylez is a lifestyle brand that Tilley has developed with the busy professional in mind. His clothing focuses on style, quality craftsmanship and convenience as essential components in the mix at Motif Stylez.

“Italian fabrics, custom designs tailored to your measurements and the assurance of something uniquely crafted for each client are the things that drive the passion of Raphael Tilley,” Morris said.

Tilley, who is a husband, father and engineer, simply had a dream to create a brand of custom suiting, shoes and accessories for men of all ages. “Raphael set out on a mission to curate more than just another clothing line. He wanted to create a lifestyle brand . . . an experience,” Morris said.

He believes everyone should feel confident and successful before leaving home every day. Thus, Motif Stylez was founded on the belief that a custom-tailored wardrobe or exclusive concierge services should be available to everyone, no matter what the occupation.

“Raphael’s educational and professional training centers on engineering, but his passion lies in creating elegant, sophisticated suiting for the well-dressed gentleman,” Morris said. “He is one of the rare people who can actually craft and design custom men’s suiting.”

Creativity in Motif Stylez designs allows Tilley to visualize every detail of the attire. His analytical training assures him of accurate measurements, resulting in the perfect suit designed specifically for each individual client, she said.

“By taking this made-to-measure experience directly to the consumer; Raphael created a superior alternative to off-the-rack clothing,” Morris said. “This approach has enabled Motif Stylez to become one of Huntsville’s most successful and sought-after custom clothiers.”

For more information, visit motifstylez.com, Facebook/Motif Stylez or Instagram.

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