What’s the biggest grooming mistake a guy can make?
I hate hair…anywhere. Shave it all boys! For real.
What is the biggest turn on in a guy? turn off?
The biggest turn on is when I feel like I can act like myself around a guy and of course if he can make me laugh. Turn off…I hate guys that go out of their way to impress me or cocky guys.
Who should pay on the first date?
The guy of course! I am from the south and believe that chivalry is not dead.
What types of styles should never be put together?
Stripes and polka dots…I am only saying this because I saw a guy wearing a polka dot top (as manly as I can put it) and pin stripe pants…like come on man!!!
How would you describe your style in 3 words?
Comfortable, Sexy, & Fun.
What do you think is the worst style a man can have?
Abercrombie/Hollister look. I love a guy with some style that is not afraid to mix things up and not always look like he copied a mannequin.
If you could work with someone, (celebrity) who would it be?
Off the top of my head, I would say David Beckham…maybe like a lingerie shoot or something together. Haha.
Who would you say are your biggest role models?
I would say my girlfriends that I grew up with in Texas for sure. They will never be afraid to tell me if I have lost myself in my job or what I am doing in life, they are positive, support me and push me in everything I do.
Secondly, I would have to say my manager Kelly Louch. I really look up to her because she grew up doing all the same things I am striving to do now and I really admire everything she has done and does for me on a daily basis.
What is one interesting thing about your hometown or family that we wouldn’t know?
Well, I am from Texas and half the time they are wondering why I don’t really have an accent…sometimes I get called out for certain things I say, but I grew up in the city so I don’t really have a hard accent.
What is your favorite hobby?
If I had the choice I would be in a dance studio dancing for hours or on a boat wakeboarding.
Would you consider modeling to be your number one priority?
At the time being…yes. I am so incredibly busy modeling and traveling that I have put school on hold momentarily, but eventually when I go back I will major in public relations.
Modeling is a harsh world and you may not always get what you want. How do you deal with rejection?
Luckily, I started modeling early on starting with baby pageants, print work, and runway so my mother really prepared me for what was in store and taught me to always have an open mind.
I believe that not everyone is going to like you but there will be people that will love you so make sure to always take advantage and appreciate those people.
Any advice for people who wish to enter the modeling industry?
Learn to love and be comfortable with yourself before you depend on anyone else to love you. Be ready for rejection, but have enough courage to stand up and keep trying!