We want you to meet Alix! Below are her answers to some interview questions. Alix is one of the most genuine + kind person you could meet. She has so many different talents and we are blessed that she shares some of them with us here at Three:Twelve. Shopping with Alix is great, she is so natural with fashion and people, but we’d also recommend hearing her sing, you won’t be disappointed!
Tell us a little bit about yourself.
I am currently a Senior at Sioux Center High School. My plans for the future include attending Northwestern College in the fall to major in Worship Arts. I work part time here at Three:Twelve. I also work part time at House of Missions & Equipping (HOME) in Sioux Center as a Worship Leader. I started playing guitar when I was 13 years old and have loved music ever since. I have lived in Sioux Center my whole life so you can call me a local girl!
What do you like to do in your free time?
- My hobbies include playing guitar, playing piano, and singing. I also enjoy reading a good book (most likely Nicholas Sparks), writing/journaling, and spending time with family and friends in my free time.
What is your favorite fashion trend currently?
- I’m a huge fan of jumpsuits! It makes picking out what I’m going to wear so easy, yet stylish at the same time. They’re perfect!
What is your favorite part about working at Three:Twelve?
- My favorite part about working at Three:Twelve is the fact that it is not just another women’s clothing store. While I obviously love the cute clothes, the thing I love even more is that Three:Twelve is a business founded on scripture (Colossians 3:12) with a goal to empower women by way of sharing compassion, kindness, humility, gentleness, and patience towards one another. The ladies that I work with have become some of my dearest friends and I love being able to build meaningful relationships with them as well as our awesome customers! I am so blessed to be a part of the Three:Twelve team!
What is your favorite bible verse?
- Ephesians 1:11 (MSG) – “It’s in Jesus that we find who we are and what we are living for.”