After yesterday’s Style Story featuring Laura Busby, I’m sure you’re anxious to hear more from this girl who plays mandolin, takes adult ballet classes, and experiments in videography . Well, your wish is my command!
In today’s interview, Laura and I chat about her journey from the beginning as a shop girl at Anthropologie to her current role as a manager of e-commerce and marketing at Peacock Alley. Laura imparted some serious bedding wisdom and enlightened me on my sad, uneducated ways. (hint: what’s more important than thread count?) We also discussed the seeds of Laura’s interest in design and how her personal style has grown from the early and, yes, awkward phases of teenage-dom to her current outlook on things which is much more focused on meaningful quality investments over impulsive convenience purchases.
Perhaps one of my favorite discussions in the course of our conversation was on the subject of stepping out of your comfort zone and trying new things. Laura is a bonafide pro when it comes to this department. Thanks so much for sharing your insights, Laura!
Listen below or on your smart phone in iTunes to hear our conversation.
Podcast reference links:
- Peacock Alley
- D Magazine
- Nest Dallas
- “Uncommon Thread” by Mary Ella Gabler
- Bungalow Magazine
- The Black Frames band
- Maryam Salassi’s podcast interview
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