Trixie: I am a home support worker, which basically means I provide mobile nursing to people out of their homes to take the pressure off of hospitals and facilities. I also work for a developmental association and own too many clothes for someone who is in scrubs 90% of the time.
Other than that I'm all about painting and have spent the last couple years working on a stand up set for when I finally get the cajones.
Beloved: Currently listening to?
Trixie: I listen to a lot of Prof and "Like a Boss" playlist on songza. I considered turning to a life of crime so I too could afford chainz and lambos so I could call other people "thirsty" but decided against it... however... I still blame rap music for nearly corrupting me.
Trixie: I can't get enough of oversize tanks and snapbacks with anything food on it. Pants are a prison.
Beloved: What's your favorite design?
Trixie: I think that it's impossible to choose but my next purchase will probably be a doge shirt. Much want. Such hilarious. Wow.
Beloved: If you ran the Instagram for a day, what would you post?
Trixie: Any excuse for ridiculous hashtags.
Beloved: Any stories of wearing beloved gear? Anything happen?
Trixie: I'm pretty sure Beloved tricking thousands of people into looking at a picture of me hungover eating pizza has been my favorite thing that's happened. I feel like a company that I'm so pumped on shouting me out must be similar to the feeling men get when people congratulate them on their wives' pregnancies. I just felt like "wow, people are acknowledging me for doing the thing that I think about/ wish I was doing every minute of the day." Eatin' Za. I will also continue to try getting free pizza for being dressed like a pizza until the end of time.
Beloved: Best part about beloved?
Trixie: It seems like nowadays everyone is an artist, and everybody wants to be a clothing line, because what better way to have your art acknowledged than have someone decide they want to wear it as a personal statement about themselves? But Beloved has obviously done something that people feel is unique. It has a magic about it and even the name gives me (more) warm fuzzies than ice cream and belly tickles. Plus... bacon onesie. Need I say more?
Beloved: One design or picture you want to see on a sweatshirt?
Trixie: There's a wonderful picture on the interweb of a woman on a Rascal riding a unicorn that says "THANKS, UNICORN!" I'm all about that.
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Interviewed by: Coby Gerstner. You can find me on twitter @cobyy