I absolutely LOVE sharing what I buy with you guys, the latest finds on the highstreet and how I pair them with my basics. But I also love showing you older items I have, things I have had for years and still wear to death just because they’re a classic piece to my personal style.
I love nothing better than a good old Pinterest or Instagram rummage. Collecting gorgeous images of styles I gravitate towards, looks that give me all the feels and I want to emulate.
Fashion is for fun, style is your own.
There won’t be anyone else with your style. No matter how hard people might try to wear the same thing you are wearing – you’ll always have your own style. So finding your style tribe, pinpointing what fashion makes you feel good and enjoying it will give you that uniqueness. You’ll pair that look with your very own je nais se quoi.
And the girls I gravitate towards – they’re my GCT – my Girl Crush Tuesday.
Tonights lovely lady… she has SHOT to Instagram famedom in the past few years – little miss Sabina Socol.
She is a natural beauty which comes with confidence in her own skin.
She is not a size zero, she has curves and boy does she flaunt them sometimes.
She has an incredible Parisian apartment.
She will happily post an instagram shot with her washing hanging on the dryer in the background.
She works hard.
She has her own style.
In her own words…
‘I was born in Romania in 1988, under the Ceaucescu regime. My parents came to France immediately after the revolution, so I grew up there and I often joke that I am a “fake Romanian.” I studied journalism and communications, during which I became involved with women’s magazine and media, particularly for the web. After a period working as a Social Editor for a major fashion magazine, I decided to quit my job to become a freelancer. I now run two blogs in the US (Who What Wear and Into The Gloss) and I work alongside brands that I love to support digital campaigns. When I first arrived in Paris, I spent six years living in the 18th arrondissement, in Lamarck. I loved the neighbourhood but over time I lost patience with the commute. Most of my life (business and personal) tended to be in the Marais, the 10th and 11th districts. I firstly moved to live on my own in a small apartment near Le Perchoir restaurant off rue Oberkampf then, when I met my boyfriend, we focused our search on the same neighbourhood, and the Square Gardette in particular, because most of my close friends lived within 500 metres. In Paris, that’s priceless’.
And in all her stylish glory…