It's all about family at Pure Couture! Whether you are a Mom, a Daughter, Sister, or customer, we are all family at Pure Couture Prom. We are not a commissioned store, and never will be. When you are in our store you are family.
Meet Lisa, the founder of Pure Couture Prom
This was her dream that started 12 years ago as the last of her four children left for college. With 3 daughters and a love for prom and pageant dresses, Lisa decided opening a prom store would be the next chapter of her life. To say we started small would be an understatement! Our first store was only 2,000 square feet with 400 dresses and one employee. Today, Pure Couture is over 8,000 square feet and filled with thousands of beautiful prom and pageant dresses. Our store is a faith-filled store and a place where everyone is valued and appreciated. Superior customer service has always been Lisa’s mission. To go above and beyond and make sure that everyone has a great experience, feels beautiful, and leaves happy. When Lisa is not working at Pure, she enjoys spending time with her 5 grandkids, reading, traveling, and spending time in Siesta Key Florida. Fun fact about Lisa, Lisa is a crazy Patriots and Tampa Bay Buccaneer football fan and has traveled to Boston and Tampa to watch her favorite teams play and has even gone to the Superbowl!
Kristyn is one of the first employees who joined the company and an essential part of our management team. Kristyn is part of our management team and head of our HR department which oversees all of our employee training. Everyone who comes into Pure automatically notices Kristyn and her beautiful smile and kindness and love working with her. She has a passion and gift to help everyone feel beautiful and find the perfect dress. Kristyn is not only busy managing the store but is also a mom to Emma and Ryan. When Kristyn is not working or running the kids around to their sporting events, she enjoys working out, reading, and cooking.
A fun fact about Kristyn is she started her own charity that gave hundreds of gifts to kids in need so they could have a merry Christmas.