Fashion is a means to expressing a part of yourself, and is the first thing most people see about you. Whether you wear haute couture from the hands of Karl Lagerfeld, purchase ready-to-wear from Von Maur, or find that perfect piece through thrifting, fashion is for everyone if they want it.
How do you describe your style?Â
Itâ€™s hard to say. I try to aim for timeless if I can. To be honest, though, Iâ€™m very new to fashion overall, so Iâ€™m still discovering for myself what my style actually is, and may always will.
What are your favorite pieces?Â
My Coach Tour Top in navy that I recently purchased at ModCloth. Itâ€™s wonderful, and I plan to purchase the dress upon which the top is based soon as well, though it will be in purple.
Where is your favorite place to shop?Â
When I do shop, itâ€™s usually online. So I visit places like ModCloth, Petit Bateau, Zappos et al.
Who is your fashion icon?
My fellow fashion bloggers are my fashion icon. Theyâ€™ve always shown me what was possible for my own style.
Right now, Iâ€™m in the process of starting my own luxury clothing/jewelry boutique after my last employer filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy last August. I plan to open somewhere on Frankfort Avenue along the trolley line, but Iâ€™ll consider NuLu as well if theyâ€™ll have me. Also, Iâ€™m working on a documentary as an intern for WFPL that will air in August. The hour-long documentary is about Louisvilleâ€™s LGBTQ community â€“ of which Iâ€™m a part of (the T part, to be exact) â€“ and their personal stories. Who knows; I may be interviewed myself. We shall see.