National Sisters Day: Get to Know the Skalla Sisters

National Sisters Day: Get to Know the Skalla Sisters

Posted by Jordan Lee on

There's nothing more fun (or chaotic) than growing up in a house full of girls! My three sisters and I had such an amazing upbringing and we wouldn't change it for the world! For those of you who don't know, I have one older sister, Emily, and two younger sisters, Megan and Amy. We may not always get along perfectly, but we are all the best of friends. I'm so grateful I have my sisters as amazing role models for my daughter, and even myself! Although we are all wildly different, we are all very like-minded when it comes to leadership and entrepreneurship. I want to celebrate National Sisters Day by telling you a little bit about each of us sisters and our accomplishments! 

Emily 

Rachel's oldest sister, Emily Jackson, founder and creative director of IVL

Emily is the oldest of the Skalla sisters. Mother of 4, and fitness icon, Emily is an inspiration to all of us! She is the owner of Studio IVL, and the founder and creative director of the activewear brand, IVL Collective. Emily's passion for fitness combined with her keen eye for fashion trends in activewear have made IVL such a successful brand. The quality of IVL pieces is unmatched, and every single piece is a must-have item! Earlier this year, Emily and I had the amazing opportunity to launch the IVL x RP Collaboration! This collaboration includes stunning and unique activewear pieces and gorgeous spring and summer dresses. This project was so inspiring for both of us! 

Rachel

Rachel Parcell posing, looking away from camera

I'm a proud mama to my 3 littles, and the founder and creative director for my clothing brand, Rachel Parcell. Ever since I was young, I've had an interest in fashion, but when I went to college, I focused on dance and considered pursuing interior design. I didn't think it was possible to have a career in fashion if I didn't live in a big city like New York or Los Angeles; and I knew Utah was my home. You can read all about my fashion career journey here!

Megan

Rachel Parcell's younger sister, Megan Hunsaker

Megan is the third-born sister, new mama to her sweet baby, Dean, and co-founder of Glow by Skalla. Megan was a collegiate dancer and graduated from BYU. She and Amy have worked so hard to develop and launch this brand. I'm so proud of them!

 Amy

Amy Skalla, Rachel Parcell's youngest sister and co-founder of Glow by Skalla

Amy is the youngest of the Skalla sisters and co-founder of Glow by Skalla. When Amy's not making guest appearances on podcasts, and going live with Emily on Instagram, Amy is hard at work with her and Megan's new brand.

Megan and Amy: Glow by Skalla 
Rachel Parcell's younger sisters, Amy Skalla and Megan Hunsaker posing together

After three years of hard work and development, Megan and Amy recently launched their business, Glow by Skalla. Megan and Amy wanted to create a product that helps women feel good about themselves and feel beautiful in their own skin. When you look good, you feel good, and Megan and Amy created their brand with this in mind! These tanning drops are seriously amazing, I mean, look at them, they're GLOWING! 

 

Amy Skalla and Megan Hunsaker launching their new business, "Glow by Skalla" (self-tanning drops)

Thanks for watching and reading, I hope you enjoyed learning a little bit more about me and my sisters! Happy National Sisters Day!

 All 4 Skalla sisters posing together. From left to right: Megan Hunsaker, Rachel Parcell, Amy Skalla, Emily Jackson

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