Q: How old are you?
A: Nobody likes you when you're 23.

Q: Where do you live? 
A: I lived in Fresno until 2012, then I moved up to Sacramento, and in August of 2015 I moved to Placerville, Ca.
Q: Do you go to school?
A: I graduated in late 2014 from the International Academy of Design and Technology aka IADT Sacramento. The branch has since then shut down.
Q: Where do you work?
A: I work for Goodwill Industries as an Operations Manager and I love my job. Working at a thrift store isn't what you'd expect, but I love it nonetheless. 
Q: How do you do your hair?
A: Usually I don't do my hair. I've gotten to the point where I sort of don't care. But if I actually decide to do my hair, I use a curling iron and wrap sections of my hair around it. I don't clamp my hair in it. Hold it for a few seconds, and then let it fall into waves. I use Garnier Fructis hairspray and Not Your Mother's sea salt spray. I'll also use Not Your Mother's dry shampoo.
Q: Where are some of your favorite places to shop locally?
A: In Fresno: Thrift stores, definitely. Neighborhood Thrift is my all time favorite, along with Salvation Army, and a few really cheap ones in downtown Fresno. Yoshi! Now has some good stuff if you’re looking for specifics from the 60s-70s, and every year they have a Flea Market which is really rad and brings more variety. I also been scope out the clearance sections at department stores like Urban Outfitters, DSW, and Forever 21. They got good deals if you dig.
In Sacramento: Thrift Town on El Camino, Salvation Army on 16th & C, SPCA Thrift somewhere in Midtown.. (I want to say 14th & C?), Goodwill Outlets (Date Ave. and Franklin Blvd.), Eco Thrift (ALWAYS have the best deals), Deseret Industries, Freestyle Clothing Exchange on 21st and L.
And there's a few nifty thrift stores in Little Saigon/South Sacramento but I can't remember their names. You'll just have to adventure.
In Placerville: Any of the Snowline Hospice's are rad. I got a Harley Davidson denim jacket for $4 once. There's also some nifty shops in Downtown Placerville, like Gothic Rose and Hangtown Antiques (BEST record selection).
Q: Who are your style icons?
A: This changes quite often. Currently I'm very inspired by the 1970s and late 60s. Western culture. Freddie Mercury. The classic "biker babe" style. Give me leather and denim and I'm set.

Q: How come you keep changing the location of your blog, and the name?
A: Because I am young and indecisive and keep trying out different things to see what works better.

Q: What is your nationality?
A: 50% Italian, and the rest is French, British, and a tad bit German.

Q: Why is your Instagram private?
A: Because I have a job.
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