Where are you from? I am based in the land down under, Sydney, Australia. What do you do for a living? I work as a full-time designer at an advertising agency called Onepartners. (http://onepartners.com. au) Juggling a design job and blogging can be difficult at times, but I think both of them compliment each other rather nicely. I see my blog as a creative outlet, something I can call my own. When did you start blogging? Why? I started blogging in early 2010. I was living out of home and trying to find my place in the world again. Being a blog reader myself, one Saturday afternoon I decided to give it a shot and well, that’s how it all began. Blogging soon helped me realise what I truly like, what I enjoy, what type of people I want to be around and basically who I am and want to be as a person.
really about much more than that. What do you consider your blog to be about and how do you decide what to post about? I have always been interested in fashion, being a creative and visual individual I see clothes as an extension of one’s self. Working in graphic design, you learn to communicate information visually and I see fashion doing the exact same thing via different mediums. I see my blog as a reflection of my personality, somewhat an online diary detailing my personal tastes and a place of inspiration. I don’t normally have a guideline as to what to post and what makes it on the blog. If I like it, I’ll post it. If I find it relevant to current trends and it reflects my “personal style” I’ll share it.
What niche have you carved out for yourself in the blogosphere? I’m not sure if I have carved out a niche for myself, but I think it’s important to stand by your personal style and keep on it. I would describe my style as eclectic, vintage-inspired, sometimes edgy, colourful At first glance, your blog is about fashion. But it’s and playful. I don’t wear head-to-toe designer labels 58 BLEEP
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