Growing up, I was a tomboy. I didn't like frills, lace, "bling"- as we call it now, or anything girly. I played with Tonka trucks instead of Barbies, preferred my skateboard to my bike, and I liked to get dirty- play in the mud, splash in puddles, etc. (and I didn't even have a brother to influence me!) So, imagine my parents' surprise when, around the age of 17, that started to change. A couple of years earlier, I had to make a shirt and shorts set in Home Economics class. The fact that they could be worn by any human after I was done was amazing! And so, the seed was planted.
Over time, fashion & jewelry became more important to me. When I entered college, I still wasn't sure what career I wanted to pursue, so after a couple semesters of taking General Ed., I took a personality/ career test. The test revealed that I was actually very interested in the Fashion industry & had a high creative capacity.(Shocker…
- Born on September 13
- Joined August 28, 2009