Whether she’s strutting flannel or a teeny crop top, there’s something undeniably sexy about Muchacha Mary. And now that we’ve officially been introduced, Mary has been awesome enough to share her beauty and style secrets which happen to all start with just a little bit of lipstick. She also shares a touching story about a close friend who eventually passed away from leukemia. Read more below:
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WCS: Which pieces of your wardrobe do you usually start with first when putting your outfits together?
Mary: I always start with my lipstick!! Does that count? lol I feel my lipstick always puts me in the mood for whatever outfit I will be rocking.
WCS: What is your favorite
everyday “go-to” fashion piece?
Mary: Lately it has been my thrifted flannels. I found 5 amazing pieces from the men’s section at a local thrift store. I feel that they go with anything, from short shorts to a flirty cotton sundress.
WCS: How would you describe your fashion style?
Mary: It’s like a boho gypsy gym cowgirl.. if that makes sense? It’s a mash up, that becomes my “Muchacha Steez”!
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WCS: What is one interesting thing about you that you want to share with our readers?
Mary: I have a younger sister who was born on my birthday, we are four years apart. People always think she is older than me.
WCS: What is the craziest thing you’ve ever done?
Mary: I’m a crazy person (in a good way) everyday, you can ask anyone who knows me. I live life to the fullest, be it a spontaneous matching tattoo with a friend to raising over $1,500 for charity in a weekend.
That being said, last January I started a campaign on my Instagram to get Justin Beiber to visit my sick little friend, Millie Flamm who was battling leukemia, while he was in Salt Lake City. I was able to pull our “social media community” together and with-in less than 48hrs Millie was getting serenaded by Justin in her hospital bedroom, I got to witness first hand. Five months later Millie passed away, but I know that Millie meeting Justin was her life long dream and it was beyond crazy that I was able to assist in making that happen.