Victoria is renting her closet on Curtsy. Download the app to rent her clothes now.
PS. Curtsy is live at Ole Miss. Curtsy lets you rent dresses from other girls at your school. Browse, rent and post dresses of your own to make extra CA$H.
Curtsy: Tell us about yourself.
Victoria: Hi my name is Victoria Lacon. I’m from Fort Worth, Texas, and I’m studying Integrated Marketing Communications at the University of Mississippi.
My interests include going to fine art museums as often as possible & hanging out with my beautiful Grandmother. I live for good food and good times with sweet friends. I also love cats and St. Lucia (the band). I’m a member of Tri Delt— it’s a great place to be.
Curtsy: What are three fun facts that people wouldn’t believe about you?
1. I like to listen to 60’s & 70’s rock n roll most of the time because it reminds me of my precious memories with my Daddy.
2. I have a book full of haunted places in Texas, and my favorite thing to do is to visit those places and try to see a ghost. Haven’t yet, but it’ll happen.
3. My family’s name was Loiacono before they came to Ellis Island as Italian immigrants and changed it to Lacon.
Curtsy: What’s the worst pick up line a guy has used on you?
Victoria: So, Victoria…..What’s your secret?
Curtsy: Do you prefer a frat star or athlete?
Victoria: Either, as long as they’re kind.
Curtsy: What’s your biggest turn-off?
Victoria: Boys that lack respect for themselves which then translates to a lack of respect for others.
Curtsy: If you were a drink what would it be and why?
Victoria: Green tea, because I’m practically made of it already.
Curtsy: If you had a million dollars what would you buy and why?
Victoria: First, I’d buy a big print of Jackie Onassis by Andy Warhol. Then, I’d buy some plane tickets along with a cat or two and travel the world with friends, see ya!!!
Curtsy: How do you feel about being Curtsy’s #OnFleek of the Week?
Victoria: I’m flattered, love you Curtsy!
Use VICTORIA10 for $10 off your rental this week.
Curtsy is the app that lets you rent dresses from each other on college campuses, and it’s live at Ole Miss.
This is how it works: