Honestly, fashion was never an innate thing for me because I only learned how to appreciate fashion
by getting inspiration from my almost everything that I see.
Model: Elaine Irwin | Photography by Francois Halard | Vogue Magazine US March 1992 – via
Christy by Arthur Elgort, 1992
US Vogue January 1992 Claudia Schiffer by Marc Hispard and Carlyne Cerf de Dudzeele
Nikki Taylor British Vogue by Sante D’Orazio
Tatjana Patitz shot by Patrick Demarchelier in 1992
My favorite fashion era would always be the 90’s not only because I’m a 90’s baby but simply because I love all the pieces and trends from this year and at some point I get to feel the “class” from this era. And if you’ve noticed, most of the trends from this era has been recycled and modernized like the kitten heels, high slits, crop tops, full circle skirt and plaid.
Like any other fashion blogger, I also browse for some inspiration to push me and to keep me going. As mentioned above, fashion was never an inborn thing for me. Like some of you, I was also that girl who never really cared how I’d look and at some point, I had a “wake-up call” and I openly accepted the change because I really wanted to feel appreciated and I look great. Believe me, I was that ugly duckling but I choose not to be forever. In a nutshell, getting little inspiration wouldn’t really hurt. It doesn’t really mean that you’re imitating that person instead make that person an instrument to your own improvement.