#WCW: Senior Stylist, Hannah

Hannah

Meet our desert-drifting mermaid, Hannah. She loves succulents almost just as much as she loves sarcasm. And she loves cacti almost just as much as she loves her clients. Conveniently, she’s sharper than any free-standing saguaro in the valley. We all have that one friend, routinely prepared with a que of epic one-liners. Her wit will always be quicker, and her cool handwriting will always be….well, cooler. But her personality and passion for what she does is absolutely, 100% on fire.

She is the first to lend a hand, and when it comes to styling– those are the hands you want to be in. Her creativity and selflessness are just one combination we could ALL use a lot more of. She’s our favorite sarcastic, solution-savvy mermaid—there’s nothing she can’t conquer. With graceful humor, of course.

Her signature silver strands, black nail-polish, and oversized tee are forever-more chic than anything “fleek” could describe. We’ve spent plenty of time craving her closet– it’s time you get to know our Senior Stylist, Hannah!

 

AA: What is your favorite part about your role at Ali & Ariel?

The best part of my job is getting to see my clients’ ideas come to life! We brainstorm, doodle, explore Pinterest, and send each other all sorts of inspiration until we create a design that their chapter loves. After the chapter receives their shirts, seeing all the adorable pictures of everyone wearing them together is the best!

 

AA: How do you measure success?

I think success can be measured by happiness. If you wake up each morning happy, excited & loving where you are & what you do, that is success.

 

AA: What is your best piece of advice for young women?

Wear sunscreen! Shine bright like a diamond, and be grateful every day.

 

AA: What are the 3 character traits you value most in someone else?

Integrity, spontaneity, and the ability to laugh at yourself (you can’t take life too seriously!).

 

AA: What is your number one beauty staple?

I couldn’t function without my purple shampoo. Say no to brass!