Taylor's mission is simple, he wants to make Clevelanders look good. His brand centers on accessorizing the way individuals dress and present themselves. With a talented hand for sewing, in thanks to his grandparents, Taylor too has taken to the needle to create accents for clothing. His eye for color and fashion has opened combinations between the two to grow your closet with variance.
Taylor started his business when he was 17 years old and his target audience are males who are looking for modern touches to their wardrobe. Set to Trend sells clothing and fabrics, working with the customer to couple them for customizations. Talent is a family trait as Taylor learned about entrepreneurship through his grandparents
I started my business because my grandparents taught me how to sew well. My other grandparents taught me how to own a business. I have a strong passion to want to make people look their best. Also, I didn't want to work a job that didn't use my talents [or] pay me accordingly.
When Taylor started his business brand, his family was strongly supportive and so were a handful of friends. Some peers appreciated his talent but brushed off he could make a continuous impact of his name. Taylor forged on, paving a path of his brand that landed him on the local fashion network, Indelible Impression with TeeMcBee which is set to air early spring.
Many of his critics are now buyers and enjoy his creative touches. There was a driving motivation to continue for Taylor when he received word from a local shop interested in his merchandise
A company stemming from Copley High School called Soci3ty Apparel has motivated and helped me to successfully launch my business.
When it comes to building his brand and keeping the world of entrepreneurship open for fellow peers, Taylor offers these inspiring words
One is for them to never give up and actually take time off at times when you get really stressed out. It is better to get to your goal slow than burn out trying to get there. Secondly, I would [refer to] a quote that I have put a lot of thought into "focus on what you can do, not on what you haven't done"