Chloe Burgess is from Hoboken, New Jersey, and grew up 15 minutes from New York City her whole life. Her friends know her as the foodie <3 and the girl who loves taking pics. After meeting Chloe, we’re all about her New York state of mind while attending school in Florida—her all black wardrobe is #goals.
A lot of people know her as Ade—pronounced like lemon-ade. She grew up in the quaint town of Fairhope, Alabama on the Gulf Coast and now attends Auburn University, where she studies apparel merchandising. Ever since she was little, she had a spark for art and photography.
Darsey Norton moved around a lot when she was little, which really influenced her love of fashion and traveling. She absolutely loves meeting new people and picking up different trends from all the cool places she visits.
Maddie Carnow was born and raised in San Diego, California. She’s from Encinitas, which is a small little beach town right along the coast. When she’s home, she loves going to the beach and shopping with her mom because they always find the best things together. Maddie goes to the University of Southern California and gave us the inside scoop on how to live and dress like a local in Los Angeles. Here you go.
Mallie Egan grew up in Atlanta, Georgia, and comes from a huggeee family. We aren’t exaggerating when we say a large fam— she has triplet siblings! Mallie is known for her spunky and upbeat personality all over UGA’s campus, and rumor has it that she owns a collection of 50 vans…this is not a drill.
Grace is originally from Little Rock, Arkansas, but now lives in Dallas, TX, where she studies finance at Southern Methodist University. On any given fall Saturday, she and her friends love brunching on a nice patio on McKinney Ave. before going boulevarding (their form of tailgating.)
PS. Curtsy is live at USC. Curtsy lets you rent dresses from fashionistas at your school. Browse, rent and post dresses of your own to make extra CA$H. Continue reading “Miss SC Gamecock Katie Turner and Selena Gomez Have One Thing In Common— Their Philosophies Are “Kill Em’ With Kindness””