“Find out who you are and do it on purpose” -Dolly Parton
Sounds easier said than done, right? Finding out who you are takes time, effort, and intentionality. It’s not easy. Especially in high school, where you have so many people telling you who to be, where to go, and what to aspire to. Standing out takes real effort and strength, and I can always spot the young ladies who are the ones leading the way to a better world; girls like Madison. She’s an upcoming graduate from Cedar Park High School, and extremely involved in her school life. She’s part of the PALS mentorship program, various honor societies, and volleyball, and has held down a job at Hop N Happy as well. Volunteering is something she is passionate about, and she spends lots of hours at the local elementary schools, donating her time and role modeling positive choices for younger students. “I’m known as a bit of a goodie-goodie”, she laughs, “But I am very outgoing when I get to know you. I may be shy at first, but I’m very adventurous and responsible.” Madison cites her parents as her own personal role models, and says she will miss them the most when she leaves for college after senior year. She loves living in Austin, and says the great music and food will be something that will always bring her back to the beautiful city!
I LOVED planning her outfits, and her style consult was so fun. She has gorgeous eyes, stunning brows, and carries herself beautifully, so choosing outfits was actually hard…I had too many favorite looks! All of my clients receive access to my exclusive senior closet, which I have spent lots of time and money happily curating. They are welcome to use looks from the closet, or add in their own beloved pieces, and together, we style the best ensembles for their locations, personal style, and preferences. Madison’s personal style was feminine, elegant, and simple, with a touch of boho, so we incorporated all of that into her outfits. We added plenty of swirling skirts, and textured tops to add visual interest, and the neutrals made her eyes pop! At the time of her session, she had her sights set on Texas A&M, but was still undecided on where she hopes to study engineering or architecture. I know wherever she chooses will be so lucky to have her, and I can’t wait to watch her fulfill her other bucket list items: snorkeling at the Great Barrier Reef, and hiking across the Grand Canyon! In five years, she hopes to be earning her master’s degree and living somewhere outside of the Texas area.
For more about our senior sessions, click HERE! Congratulations, Madison!