:: Frequently Asked Questions ::
How do you describe your style?
My style ranges daily depending on my mood and the occasion I’m dressing for. Some days it’s girly and other days it’s sporty – it really just depends. However, I notice that I typically end up dressing up for events because I’m a girl and it’s fun so why not?
You mention being a graduate student; what did you study?Yes, I graduated with my Masters degree in Social Work from Cal State University, Northridge in 2014. I completed my first year internship at a local nonprofit agency where we assisted homeless families find permanent housing. My second year field placement provided me with an opportunity to work in a medical hospital setting.
Do you have a day job?As a matter of fact, I do! It may not seem like it but I actually work full time in a mental health facility.
I read somewhere that you are a fashion designer?Yes I am! I love designing and have been creating dresses for years now. It’s one of my passions where I can express my creativity and style. Fun fact: I’ve participated in OC Fashion Week twice and was placed Top 5. Check out some of my dress and jewelry designs here.
Who takes your outfit pictures?Usually it’s Mr. T (the boyfriend), my little sisters, girlfriends, or even myself. (Unless otherwise noted.)
What nationality are you?
I am Vietnamese-American and a little Chinese. I was born and raised in Orange County and I am still living in this OC bubble.
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