“We were y o u n g and f r e e and i n n o c e n t. We loved each other, we were there for each other. Now we are broken or dead or far away. There is no us, no friends, no family. They are gone. MyL A D I E S, my F R I E N D S, my S I S T E R S. Just me. “
“For Aylee, she always felt probably the most conservative out of the girls, a little more reserved, a little more law-abiding so to speak. I always envisioned her as the prep, the preppy girl as she would be in modern times. So we kept her in a lot of creams. Ironically, old vintage wedding dresses really kind of started working for her, so we got this collection in and these beautiful kind of 1950s and ‘60s wedding gowns that we then would kind of take apart and jewel or do something to do make them her own.” Meredith Markworth-Pollack about Aylee.