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Here is a little recap of our Instagram Costume Contest! We asked you all to Instagram pictures of your Halloween costumes with #bfhalloween! Thanks to everyone who entered! Seeing your pictures all week made us smile. Here are some of our favorites…
As you can see, it quite a difficult decision, but we decided on @misskait as our winner in her Harley Quinn costume! We loved that she made this costume herself, it was fun, original, and she looked like she was having just as much fun wearing it!
Remember to write down your favorite Halloween costumes from this year so you have ideas already when you have to decide what you are going to be in 2013!
Just over two years ago, my mom was diagnosed with Breast Cancer. She was one of the healthiest and strongest women I've ever encountered, so when I learned she was sick with cancer, it changed my life. In the past, I thought that cancer only affected unhealthy or old people; this couldn't be farther from the truth. I know now that cancer does not discriminate.
I didn’t get to see a whole lot of my mom while she was on the road to recovery since I was already living far from home at the time of her diagnosis. It often feels surreal when I tell people my Mom is a Breast Cancer survivor, since I only saw her a handful of times when she was sick. In so many ways I wish that I could have been close to her so I could have been more helpful, but selfishly, I know that it would have been hard for me to see her sick on a regular basis. The mom I knew was never sick.
Although we were separated by many miles, my mom was always in my thoughts and I made efforts to relate to what she was going through in my own way by making changes in my own life. I started eating healthier, practicing yoga, and finding balance, mentally and physically. I learned the risk factors and tried to eliminate as many as possible. I stopped drinking out of plastic water bottles, started using natural deodorants, cut down my meat intake and started eating super foods like papaya, mushrooms and cacao. I figured we have the same genes, the same tendencies, and I could at least try to make an effort to reduce my own risk factors. As I began making healthier choices, I felt like more of a grown up; funny how that happens.
I researched preventative measures, but up until recently, I didn’t know a whole lot about what it was like to actually battle Breast Cancer. My Mom didn’t feel as comfortable talking with me about her sickness, probably because she didn’t want me to worry. I can certainly understand, because much like my mom, I sometimes have trouble talking about my feelings as well.
Through Blowfish’s support of Breast Cancer Awareness month I have attended two events with Susan G. Komen, and had the opportunity to speak with our It Girl, Zandi DeJesus, who is an amazing 28 year old breast cancer survivor. These experiences have helped me to learn more about the disease and connect with women like my Mom. It has been a truly wonderful experience.
My mom’s battle with Breast Cancer was tough, but it also helped us grow closer, and helped me realize I needed to make healthier choices in my own life. I also loved seeing our family come together and how wonderful my Dad was in the ways that he cared for her in her time of need. He honored his vows to care for her in sickness and in health and he allowed me to feel confident that she was ok, and for that I am so grateful.
My mom has been in remission for a year. Now, I see in her a new appreciation and zest for life. I imagine her experience fighting for her life helped her to take a step back and focus on what is most important, living in the present and finding peace and happiness. As I get older, I see myself in her more and more, which I know is a good thing. My mom is amazing, loyal, graceful, loving and strong as ever. I admire her fight and am thankful for organizations like The Beautiful Day Foundation, who work to help women like my mom find hope and get better.
So, it's no secret that we love partnering with bloggers, artists, designers, stylists, photographers, musicians over here - we love to be inspired by all the amazing things that people are creating! We wanted to celebrate some of the awesome women that make up our Blowfish family, so we started this It Girl program! An It Girl exudes effortless originality, isn't afraid to express herself, and offers a bit of the unexpected! She also has amazing style - so we've asked her to pick a selection of her favorite shoes!
Meet our newest “It Girl”, Zandi De Jesus, who is an inspiration to say the least. Zandi is a mother, a musician, a UCSD alum, a blogger, beachgoer, L.A. native and Breast Cancer Survivor. Zandi received news that she had Stage 3, Grade 3, Her2+ Breast Cancer when she was only 27 years young. Rather than succumbing to fear and doubt, Zandi used her illness as an impetus for personal growth and self-expression. While changing the fate of her own life by remaining strong and positive, she in turn has inspired others through sharing her experience battling Breast Cancer on her blog, www.onceuponaboob.wordpress.com.
Zandi’s strength, positive outlook, amazing sense of personal style and ability to still look to help others in her time of need, made her the obvious choice for our October “It Girl”.
Our Interview with Zandi:
Where did you grow up?
I grew up in Los Angeles and spent most of my childhood in Northridge. After the earthquake, we moved to Lancaster. After high school, I moved to San Diego for college, where I attended UC San Diego as a theatre major.
What do you do now?
Right now I am working an admin position at a Physical Therapy office. I was touring nationally as Marcy Park in “The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee” (a Tony Award-winning Broadway musical), but then I settled down and got married and had my son, Max. My current job allows me to provide for Max and is understanding with my cancer treatment and recovery so I can continue writing music on the side. I am currently writing an album that has a lot to do with my cancer journey. Eventually, I would love to get back to doing something more creative.
WATCH ZANDI LIVE
Subscribe to Zandi’s music channel on you tube here: [http://www.youtube.com/user/zsos].
Most of Zandi’s current music was a collaboration between her and her brother-in-law, who she stayed with during her recovery period. She describes her current works as Folk-Pop, different from her usual Jazz-Pop style. Her new album is more introspective, which matches more what she was going through emotionally.
Does Max love your music?
He actually doesn’t love when I play because he wants me to pay attention him, but he likes to hold the microphone with me.
Are you more of a flats, heels, or boots kind of gal?
Because I am 5’ tall I don’t wear flats because I want to be taller. People think I am a lot younger than I am with flats. Wedges are my favorite. I love boots too, but they have to have a wedge.
What is your favorite Blowfish style?
I picked the “Inspiration” because I love the wedged boot look, and all of the detail. I also love the Iris t-strap wedge in nude. This style is cute, girlie, and versatile.
What are your favorite things to do in L.A.?
I love going to the beach! I have a deep appreciation for the ocean and water because it calms me down. I like to sit on the beach and watch the people, and the water, and enjoy the sun. During my treatment I would go to Whole Foods, pick up food and have a picnic to just appreciate life. When I am stressed I love the batting cages. And I also love heading to West L.A. for jam sessions with my band mates.
When were you diagnosed with Breast Cancer?
September 15th 2011.
What was going through your mind when you got your initial diagnosis?
To be completely frank, I thought I was going to die. I hadn’t been exposed to cancer too much. I just thought it meant you were going to lose your hair and then die. I thought, "I want to see my son grow up and get married." After I snapped out of it and found out the prognosis was good, I thought, “What is the plan of attack? I need a positive attitude and determination. “
What inspired you to start your blog?
I have a large family, so on the initial day of diagnosis, I called my parents, 4 sisters, 2 close cousins, and my voice was so hoarse from telling the story over and over. That is why I started the blog so I could let them know how I was doing because they were all praying for me and supporting me. It turned into something really therapeutic and different in terms of awareness. I didn’t realize that breast cancer affected so many younger people. My blog spread the word and let people know that.
“I wanted to be able to refer back to my blog to remind myself what I went through. I fought for my life and there is no reason to be afraid any more.“
What kept you strong throughout your recovery process?
My son 3 year old son, Maxwell. He is so funny and loveable. I never lied to him about where I was going or what I was doing. I never dumbed down anything. I would say “You have to be careful because I just had surgery” or "Mommy is sick and needs to go to the doctor." He really kept me going.
Did you know anyone else who had cancer and how did that affect you?
My aunt is going through breast cancer, but she has opted out of chemotherapy. Also my Dad’s sister had cancer, my best friend’s dad passed away from lung cancer that metastasized to his brain, and a good friend's mom from college had colon cancer and died.
“[Cancer] doesn’t discriminate. It can happen to anybody.”
I also met a lot of beautiful breast cancer survivors throughout my recovery process. Kimberly from Susan G. Komen is amazing and doing big things. Being around people who know what it is like to go through cancer treatment was crucial. Around these people I could be vulnerable; I could let out the sadness, pain and hurt. Having these people in my life was really important.
How did the response and support you got through your blog affect your recovery process?
It was so uplifting to know that my blog was reaching people, touching people and even making people cry. Being a spokesperson and a voice for young people with cancer made me feel that I was making a difference and going through this for a reason. I don’t wish it on anyone, but it was a blessing in disguise. I can reach out to people through this disease. This made me more responsible about writing more and feeling obligated to say something. It really kept me in check and kept me going.
If you had to do it again, would you do anything differently?
No. I think everything happens for a reason and I wouldn’t be who I am today without going through all of that. I think I had a really good cancer experience. I have a great family and a great job that supported me when I needed to be out of the office. I am now in a place where I can speak about it and be happy.
Where do you see yourself in 5 years?
I hope to be happy, healthy, cancer free, making music, and speaking to young people about awareness and prevention. I don’t know where I will be in terms of my career, but I am a very creative person so would like to be in the creative industry, whether singing, acting or writing. I think when Max goes to school I will be able incorporate this experience into my life through a creative platform.
What do you think was the most important thing you took away from this experience?
“There was no other choice than to be positive. That got me through every single challenge, trying to find a positive ray of sunshine in the midst of the storm.”
The most important thing to keep in mind is a positive attitude. When you have cancer it is so crucial for your recovery to stay positive; you need to believe that you are going to get better. So much of your recovery process has to do with your outlook, people don’t want to be there for you when you are down and negative. If I would ever write about something horrible on my blog, I would try to write about something that I was thankful for, or something that was funny at the end of every entry. I thought about the blessings, I thought about the positive.
What kind of advice do you have for young women dealing with Breast Cancer now?
“When you are going through your treatment it helps to do something to make yourself to feel feminine and beautiful. Treat your breast cancer warrior to a makeover day, a new outfit or a pair of shoes.”
I was just telling my coworker, I used to have really long hair and bangs. It was so traumatizing to lose all of my hair and look so sick. It was so important for me to do my nails or put on makeup, and have friends and family to make me feel pretty. I wrote an entire blog post about shoes, about how every time I finished a treatment I wanted to treat myself to a pair of shoes. [Read that post here]
Zandi's story warms our heart, gives us hope, and finds us feeling grateful for the beauty that surrounds us. Follow her story here and listen to her music here. Share her story and remember why it is so important to have a positive outlook! When life gives you lemons... <3
Today we have an interview with Jenn, who is our Controller/HR girl! She's super smart & super nice, get to know a bit more about her!
Where are you from?
I was Made In Taiwan but then immigrated to Thailand when I was 12! So I have a multi-cultural background.
What do you do at Blowfish?
I work at Blowfish as the Contoller/HR. Even though I work with numbers on a daily basis, I am not a typical accountant – yup, not boring and not serious (only when I have to be!)
How did you get started at Blowfish?
I have been working at Blowfish for 3 years (July was my anniversary). I was working at another shoe company prior to Blowfish. When I wanted a career change, I told myself that I want to get a job in a different sector of the apparel/fashion industry because I have plenty of shoes to last me for a long time. However, I guess it was meant to be for me to stick with the shoe industry so Blowfish found me! Now I have enough shoes to open a boutique store (well, maybe not quite!)
What do you like best about your job?
There actually a few things I like about my job. First of all, I like the people I work with. Our team grew substantially in the past year and we have learned how to deal with each other on a daily basis. We are together for more than 8 hours a day so if you don’t love the people you work with then life is tough! Secondly, I love not being treated as a typical accountant all the time. I was fortunate to be given the opportunity by Blowfish to move to China last year for 6 months all by myself. That was a great adventure. Started off with being scared, feeling lonely then was able to adapt to the lifestyle in a foreign country, I think it was a once in a life time experience. If I was working at another company, I would probably just been seen as a numbers person and never would be given such an opportunity.
Which do you prefer, heels or flats?
I am fortunate enough to work in a company that allows me to come in flats every day! Being comfortable on a daily basis is a must! However, when I go out and want to dress up, definitely go with heels (even though I feel I can only stay in them for so long).
What are your favorite hobbies?
When you get to know me, you will see the different side of me! My #1 hobby is dancing!! I used to take dance classes and still do now and I love it! If I am tired, I feel dancing can give me energy; if I am stressed, I feel dancing can relieve my stress – plus it is a great form of exercise….I think that’s one of the secrets of staying young. I also love snowboarding. I used to go snowboarding every year but as I get older, it seems like I have less time. Every year I tell myself that I am going to go snowboarding more often but never comes true. I am making this one of my goals for 2013 again and hopefully I can go snowboarding more! I also love travelling! Ironically I have been to different Asian countries but only been to CA and NV (Las Vegas) for the past 16 years I have been in the U.S.! This is also one of my goals every year – to go to another State but hasn’t happen yet so hopefully soon! I usually travel a few times a year whether its overseas or short trips to San Diego or N. CA. I think traveling relaxes me and gives me different perspectives on things in life.
What's a fun fact about yourself?
I know 6 languages: English, Mandarin, Cantonese, Taiwanese – Read, Write & Speak; Thai – conversational; Japanese – it was my 2nd language in High School for 4 years
Favorite band/ music group?
I usually listen to whatever is on radio – hip-hop, R&B, Rap so I am opened to most kinds of music. I like Maroon 5 – great music & Adam Levine – Perfect Combo!
I am happy to announce that I am the newest addition to Blowfish's B.Log! I recently moved to Los Angeles from Chicago, and although moves can be stressful, I have been finding that change is good. Los Angeles has been quite the adventure thus far, and I could not be happier about starting this next chapter of my life!
I am the newest member of the marketing team here at Blowfish, which means I will be keeping you up to date on shoes, fashion and all of my noteworthy California experiences. I am coming in with experience working in the music and art supply industries and am very excited to dive into the fashion world. So that you can get to know me a bit, I though I would share the top 10 highlights of my first couple of weeks here in sunny Los Angeles.
Since moving to California I have . . .
1. Swam at Venice Beach.
I find the energy of Venice quite inspiring and the salt water felt amazing!
2. Indulged at the Culver City Farmers Market
My favorite find was a "Dinosaur Egg". They taste like if a peach and a plum had a baby; quite possibly the best, sweetest, juciest fruit I have ever tasted.
3. Partied in the Valley
I hear that driving into the Valley is no fun, but sitting in the passenger seat, the view at night is pretty spectacular.
4. Explored Downtown L.A.
Maybe it was just a picture perfect sunny day, but everyone I saw looked cute, happy and bright. Seeing the iconic downtown area made me feel like I was on a movie set! I highly reccommend shopping around Little Tokyo to anyone who is looking for a fun afternoon activity in downtown L.A.
5. Shopped at the Rose Bowl Flea Market in Pasadena.
This place is amazing! The extreme heat made it a bit harder to shop, but that was probably for the best. I got some seriously cute layering pieces, which are always fun.
6. Unpacked my boxes.
Packing is no fun, and unpacking isnt really either. But I must admit, I did a great job. All of my boxes were so well organized, everything seemed to fit right into place.
7. Hiked Baldwin Hills at sunset.
I conveniently live right next to the Baldwin Hills, so I decided to wrap up the weekend with an evening hike. We timed it perfectly and caught an amazing sunset.
8. Had my first celebrity sighting.
I was at Cynergy Cyles picking out my new bike and there was Jim Belushi. He struck up a conversation with me, told me that Chicago must miss me because I am a happening chic, and gave me some advice on living in L.A. I'm a dork, so this was beyond exciting for me.
9. Biked to work.
My new commute is a 6.4 mile bike ride to work and back until I can get myself a car. That puts me at 12.8 miles a day and 64 miles a week, which means I am getting in shape quickly and I may be the craziest person in all of L.A. ;)
10. Paddle boarded at Hermosa Beach.
So awesome! Paddle boarding in the ocean is much different than in a lake; i much prefer it. The worst part of this was carrying the paddleboard from the shop to the beach, but after that, it is all waves, fun and sunshine!
I have been quite active exploring the city and trying to find my way around. Waking up and not knowing what life is going to throw at you is a really great feeling.
Please stay tuned for more from yours truly. And remember, CHANGE IS GOOD!
Hey guys. I want to tell you about something, nothing earth-shattering, but it's been making a huge difference in my life lately.
Yup. That's it.
Can I tell you about when I finally realized how crucial this was? [Thanks in advance!]
I went to the Lightning in a Bottle music festival over Memorial Day weekend with Logan and with a bunch of friends. It ended up being an amazing and transformational experience, but things started off a little rough.
We arrived late Thursday night, there was no cell phone service, and as it turned out, the friend we were meeting up with had fallen asleep. After trudging around with our stuff without finding him, we ended up finding a random space to camp that seemed really far from everything. We opened our tent to find out that it was broken and totally unusable. Luckily, our friends were awesome and their tent was huge, so they said that we could crash with them.
We woke up, got rained on because we had decided NOT to put the rain cover on, and decided to go to our cars to charge our cell phones. We somehow timed this journey horribly. You took a shuttle back from the parking lot to the camping area, and we lined up to wait for the shuttle just as the last one was driving away before they took a long break for lunch. By the time we got back to our tent, our short 'trip to the car' had taken well over 3 hours.
A little shrine we found near some of the main stages.
I was frustrated and SO grumpy and felt like I was wasting my money and time. I ended up taking this out on Logan and we argued which just made me feel worse. The couple we were with was about 3 months into their relationship - deep in honeymoon stage. It was messing with my head to see them be cute and cuddly. They were happy and in love with each other and I felt like Logan and I were not happy and not acting very in love. I felt like I was the group's dead weight - the Negative Nancy in the corner who was dragging everyone down.
I'm not sure what it is about events and festivals that makes me like this - I think it's the cost of the ticket - but I put SO much pressure on myself to make everything perfect that I drive myself bonkers.
A cool crystal // Man of my dreams looking silly :}
Our friends ended up going out to check out some music and Logan stayed with me at camp while I was an emotional mess. I was angry at myself for arguing with Logan, and I was blaming myself for ruining not only my day but his day too. I was in this horrible negative spiral where I was upset about the circumstances and also upset about how I responded to them and then I just got more upset about being upset. Around and around and around. At one point I told Logan that I felt like a worthless pile of black sludge. He tried to help me but I was just overflowing with hate for myself, so he was having a hard time getting through to me.
I finally said to him desperately, "I don't know how to not be miserable."
He looked at me and said "why don't you just try." I thought he had misheard me, and also thought it was a ludicrous suggetion so I said "try what? Not being miserable?"
"Exactly," he said.
And I stopped right there. I realized that if I was going to get out of this negative trap, I needed to REVERSE my thinking.
Instead of thinking that we were wasting our festival money by spending time in camp and not seeing bands all day, I decided to be grateful that I could afford a ticket in the first place.
Instead of thinking that I wasn't doing all I could to make things awesome, I decided to be grateful that it was only Friday and I was off of work and had a 4-day weekend ahead of me.
Instead of feeling sorry for myself that our tent was broken, I decided to be grateful that our friends kick serious butt and let us camp with them.
Instead of feeling upset about things with Logan, I decided to be grateful that he was willing to stay with me for hours and get me sorted out.
I started crying again as these feelings of gratitude washed over me, and as I explained my feelings to Logan I realized one more thing that I needed to be grateful for: me. Just as I was. Imperfect, sometimes grumpy, sometimes a crying mess, but ME. I needed to be grateful for MYSELF as well.
[via the gorgeous Kaelah Bee]
[Cue more crying (of course) followed by hugs for days and jubillant dancing with friends.]
Happy again...even without makeup on!
You might be saying to yourself "Ok Elise, enough about your festivals, get on with it...WHAT DOES THIS MEAN FOR REAL LIFE?"
Choose gratitude! Choose to focus on the haves rather than the have nots. If feeling grateful isn't your default emotion, that's okay. That's normal! I think most people end up focusing on what they want or need rather than what they already have. Some of the richest people are the most unhappy because they are never satisfied, and that's a bummer of a negative cycle to be trapped in!
[again via Kaelah Bee]
So, your homework is this: for the next week, write out a gratitude list every morning before you leave the house. Take time to check in with yourself mentally, and focus on all the AWESOME that is taking over your life! Report back and let me know how it goes!
xx sending tons of love to all of you!
A couple weeks ago, I got to plan my very first event for Blowfish! It was the Fall Preview Party 2012, we invited LA bloggers & a few editors from fashion websites to preview our Fall 2012 collection. There were snacks, drinks, a photo booth & even a live DJ. Each attendant received a goodie bag which had nail polish that was sponsored by OPI & some other goodies, as well as a free pair of Blowfish shoes! So when you have good food, good music, & awesome company it always ends up being an amazing night! I want to thank all who came & made the night special!
My favorite part of planning this event was being able to design everything, from posters, to table signs & the invitations!
Karen & I mingling with the guests!
The shoe display
Thanks a million to these girls who helped me plan this event, it wouldn't of been able to happen without them!
Today we have an interview with Karen, who is our Head of E-Commerce here at Blowfish Shoes. You guys will really like her, she is sweet and funny and often has good advice - see for yourself, below (my questions are in grey, and her answers are in red).
Where are you from?
LONDON!!!!!! The best city in the world! Haha. Well obviously I’m biased as I was born and bred there.... And we’re hosting the Olympics this year so it must be great ;) Be sure to watch! Anyway yes I’m born, bred and raised in London and my parents are from the Philippines. I’ve worked in the US for over 4 years. YIKES!
What do you do at Blowfish?
I’m the Head of Ecommerce, some might say Director, but I’m not so much a fan of titles so lets go with “Head of..” I run the website with an awesome team, and help oversee marketing and PR strategies too. I wear a few hats!
How did you get started at Blowfish?
My English accent got me the job. Just kidding! Where to start.. I worked at Office Shoes in London in their Head Office, if you don’t know about them they are a footwear retailer and sell some cool shoes of their own including brands like Blowfish! I was at university and worked at Office Shoes in their retail stores. I graduated and had that whole “UH OH, NOW WHAT SHALL I DO WITH LIFE!!” freak out. My manager at the time told me to apply for their HQ and get my foot in the door so I did and got a job. A year or two later I saw lots of my friends start travelling and doing fun things whilst I myself had chosen a different sensible route and had leaped straight into a job/career. I got the travelling bug and wondered if there was a way that I could travel/experience a new country or environment and at the same time further my career that I had started building. My awesome mentor/director/boss at the time helped me apply for brands around the world, and after a few calls, emails, meetings, Blowfish and I met, hit it off and I moved to America to work at Blowfish. (I’m excluding some stressful details like interviews, paperwork, visa’s etc) but that’s how I ended up here. The moral of my story is if you want something bad enough, work hard enough and you might just get it. I’ve been at Blowfish for almost 5 years and worked in a bunch of areas allowing me to learn a lot about the industry and business. The brand and I have grown up together that’s for sure. :)
Did you always want to work in the footwear industry?
You know, from the age of 16 onwards I had always worked in retail stores and they happened to all be footwear/sneaker stores. So maybe I was just drawn to footwear. I did not think it would become a career. I was going to be a teacher or go to law school or even work at a bank! Those were random options I was toying with. The more I learnt about footwear though the more I grew to appreciate everything about shoes and so it’s safe to say whilst maybe I didn’t always want to work in the footwear industry, I am glad now that I do :)
What do you like best about your job?
Getting to see shoes, colours and materials early, and also trying on lots of shoes! My phone constantly rings from family and friends wanting shoes too which I’m totally cool with – that’s another perk! I’m about to sound super corny but one of the reasons I like my job is I love the team I work with (you know who you are!). They are smart, good people and we work awesome together. Oh and again super corny but I love it when I randomly help out customers and they are pleased with their purchases. I’m obviously a customer myself and I really appreciate great product and service so like hearing when we do too.
Which do you prefer, heels or flats?
Because I grew up in a bustling city I would say flats because then I could run around and cause havoc easily! However since moving to America and not having to walk around as much (LA is a drive about town kinda place) I’ve been wearing heels lots more. I’m a tiny 5”1 so heels help me see above peoples heads! (sometimes.)
What are your favorite things to do in LA?
I have three, one is going to the beach. Again because I didn’t grow up with a beach culture around me, it’s a total privilege of living in Socal. Even if it’s not laying out in the sun with friends, I run by the beach in the evenings and it totally clears my head – I love that. Second is eating out! LA has some great restaurants, bars, I’m on yelp and I like reading up on new places as well as the old tried and true. It’s an expensive thing to like doing, but every now and then it’s nice to splurge. Lastly – hiking! It’s good for you, free and the views of the ocean / LA are great.
Currently obsessed with Frank Ocean, The xx and Atmosphere. I have always loved Slum Village, Nujabes, Phoenix, Amy Winehouse, John Legend and The Roots. I’m an old school hip hop, rap, rnb girl at heart but I love listening to everything and anything!
What is your dream job (besides your current one of course!)?
I would LOVE to be a theatre stage manager, that’s my dream. I’ve always loved theatre and the live production it entails, nothing filmed over and over or crazy edited over a year - just live acting and performing. I’m a huge fan of live music, theatre, anything live really even sports! Being a stylist would be cool too!
Do you guys have any questions for Karen? Send them our way and we'll get her to answer them!