When people see me and my mom together, they often say "Like mother, like daughter," but that's not entirely true. Our personalities are actually quite different, and I think that shows in our style. For example, when it was time to pick out back-to-school shoes, I fell in love with the Boberck Amelia, a fun-loving zip-up shoe with epic two-inch platforms. I chose silver. It goes great with jeans and anything black, ideal for "Goth" girls like me. But my favorite part is the math formulas scrawled across the side. I call it the "No, I'm not cheating on my Algebra exam!" feature.
My mom, on the other hand, is drawn to a completely different look. Of course, as the CFO of a Fortune 500 company, she can't exactly show up to investor meetings in two-inch platforms. Instead, she opts for the classy patent leather of the Boberck Frankie oxford. Or, if it's a special event she might don the Miranda, with its elegant snake pattern that brings to mind a bygone era of aesthetic opulence. I don't think I'll ever go into accounting or high finance like my mom – I'm a bit too artsy for that. But I'm confident I'll find the right career path just like she did. And hopefully, like her, I'll never lose my sense of style.