I used to make all my hair up and have this little ponytail from my ’40s blonde hairstyle that I don’t wear as much now. I’ve always worn that braids with that little bow at the ends that was so popular during that time. I’ve always kind of loved the way it looked – like a braid in a bun. I used to wear an oversized pinafore and a turtleneck that was probably pretty tight. People kept asking me about it so I would keep asking them. They loved it.
My style has more of an air of authenticity with me and less of a 1930s vibe. It’s more the old Americana look with really long hair. My style right now is just something I have in my head. A lot of women who came in to try on my clothes were super into it. I would try on a whole bunch of different kinds of clothing because I love that feeling of being able to wear something that you’re really comfortable with.
What would you consider your greatest achievement during your career?
It’s hard to single out one thing … for me to say my greatest achievement would have to be to have people actually like me. I’m always trying to make sure I give the best service. Some people are more comfortable with me than others and they’re not like, “Oh my God, you’re such a cool dresser.” They’re happy to try on whatever I might offer them on a given day. If they were like, “Wow, you really took care of me,” I wouldn’t be at this point. I really do make sure I treat all of my employees like I would want to be treated as a business owner.
Are you in a relationship at the moment?
No, I have a girlfriend. It’s very rare I get to see her.
You recently took maternity leave for a year. Do you plan to take another baby at some point?
Right now I’m doing good. I’m feeling great. I have some family, though. I don’t have a lot of time to really be with kids. I want to get back into it, but right now, it’s hard in the beginning because there’s so much that I have to do and people are asking me to do so many things that they don’t really need to be doing. It’s hard to focus on one thing right now.
So you’re taking time off from acting, and you’re a mom
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