January 4th – 7th, 2023

DittoForm is participating in The Andersons Alterations Academy 2023 Annual Symposium (online)

“Looking to the Future with Technology”

Click this link to learn more and register for free

Advanced Fashion Disruption Podcast

by Megan Summerville and Benson Roberts III

Carol Huls of https://dittoform.com/ joins the disruptors to talk about how DittoForm is disrupting the dress form business, and how hands-on the form construction is. Her business is growing amid resource scarcity, and an ongoing pandemic. She continues to deploy faster better data capturing technology for a final dress form product that more accurately captures the body.


Costume Society of America’s
As Seen at Symposium

CSA Entrepreneur Recognition Award Winner Carol Huls of DittoForm

Please join us for a “As Seen at Symposium” webinar with Carol Huls, Owner of DittoForm and winner of the first CSA Entrepreneur Recognition Award, presented at the 2022 Symposium. Hosted by Leslie Littell, our conversation explores what it means to be an entrepreneur and cover Carol’s journey developing DIttoForm and her goals for the brand’s future. DittoForm is a unique custom dress form, or mannequin, that is shaped from 3-D body imaging and manufactured in the Detroit, Michigan area.
The CSA Entrepreneur Recognition Award was sponsored by longtime Midwest member Wendy Goldstein who founded and operated Costume Specialists, Inc in Columbus, Ohio.  This honor  will be awarded again at the 2024 CSA Symposium with applications open in the fall of 2023

We are so proud to have been nominated to the COOLEST THING MADE IN MICHIGAN 2022 contest! We know how important and cool our DittoForms are, but the recognition for our vision feels great! Thanks Michigan Manufacturers Association (MMA)! 


Please click the image below to read the press release!

Why is it fantastic to have an accurate copy of yourself? Check out the video by Sew News below – it will explain the process of making a custom DittoForm.

2022 Note from DittoForm regarding article below:

This 2016 article lists the initial offering prices and a secondary “DIY” product. The pricing was increased quite substantially to fully cover costs and include a profit margin allowing DittoForm to remain viable.  The DIY product was more difficult than anticipated and did not hold up to our standards. It was discontinued at the end of 2016.