Where is your home base, and do you travel a lot?
Do you remember your first camera?
Is there anything you splurge on for your photo shoots?
We absolutely love our Facebook and Twitter fans! Each one of you is important to us and we enjoy chatting on
Facebook or tweeting with all of you. So, we wanted to feature some of our lovely fans and get to know them a bit better. If you’d like to be a featured fan, just get on our “radar” by being active on our blog and
Facebook page. The more you interact/post/tweet/comment, the more likely you could be a Lulus Featured Fan!
Some of you still have the last snow flurries lingering before the weather turns to warmer days. Today, we are featuring the cutest snow bunny, Miraya! We have some pics of her in a Lulus dress and and interview. She is a
Facebook fan who is an active participant in all the fun on our page.
Where are you from?
I currently live in Michigan but I’m originally from sunny Florida.
How did you hear about Lulus.com?
I actually stumbled upon Lulus.com when I was surfing the web. I immediately fell in love with the clothes and ran to Facebook to Like the page.
What are your favorite activities?
Favorite activities? Yikes! That’s a tough question to ask. Let’s see, I love art, music and fashion. My main passion is art, especially digital art and traditional art –some of my art can be seen on my personal site at www.firedust.net. My second love is creating jewelry and sewing costumes for the Renaissance Festival. In fact, with a lot of encouragement from friends I have recently taken on the venture of selling some of my pieces online and will hopefully be opening an online store this coming month which is both exciting and daunting! I enjoy metal working and have recently worked with glass fusing. In short, I love trying new things and learning new things. Yeah, I guess you can say my list is pretty broad and endless so I’ll zip this up by saying I also enjoy gaming online and reading comic books. I suppose at the end of the day I’m a self professed Geek! However being a Geek does NOT mean you sacrifice being fashionable — the trick is to always make Geek look chic.
What does your closet look like?
Ahh, my closet. I am one of those lucky girls with a walk in closet. My closet is color coordinated by seasons and lengths. I basically have rows of shirts, blouses, skirts, pants, dresses and each section has to be color coordinated into a rainbow. My shoes are all tidy in plastic boxes for easy access and my belts are hung neatly on hooks. I have a vintage jewelry box my mother gave me as a child where I store my endless array of goodies. I also have some vintage boxes I use to store scarves and gloves and the such for winter. In the corner I have a tall stack of hat boxes where I keep all my fun hats for the spring and summer! I’m very fortunate to have the space and I love it because it defines my style and what I’m about. I’m an artist and I love clothes and I’m able to combine both passions in one lovely place.
What would you want to see more of in our blog?
I think you guys are doing a fine job thus far. Your articles are engaging, your staff is full of fantastic talent and your store is amazing. If I had to pick something though I guess I would suggest more tips –maybe make up tips!? I love make up and tips on application or the latest color trends seem to have some real potential.
What are your favorite Lulus products?
Oh Gosh, well first off let me say I LOVE the Look Books! Those are a great source of inspiration! As far as a favorite product goes – I can’t pick just one! I love the shoes and the clothes and the accessories – I love some of the vintage stuff you guys have! SO CUTE! <3.
What would you like to see more of on Lulus.com?
I think I’d like to see a bit more of Career wear. Why should our fashion sense suffer at the office, right?
What is the most inspiring quote or motto you’ve heard?
My favorite quote is “Little minds are subdued by misfortune, but great minds rise above them” – by author Washington Irvin. I think everyone has potential, given the chance. One thing I’ve learned in life is that, yes — life is a challenge but as long as we give it OUR best and as long as we do everything we can to never give up, everything else will fall into place.
The first issue of role A|F|M just came out this March, how long has this been in the works?
What brought on the first spark to create a publication like role A|F|M?
What were the most rewarding and challenging moments in the preparation for the first issue?
What can we look forward to seeing in the future from role A|F|M?
Where can our viewers find the magazine?