fashion style

I believe that every woman is beautiful! Improving your look is a way to improve your life.

I am a petite woman with an acute sense for fashion and style with European roots. My love for fashion has developed at a young age, when I discovered “Cinema Magazine” at my neighbors’ house. I used all the excuses I could find to visit them often only to see actresses and actors dress up for the red carpet. Later on, as a teenager, my tailor’s mom liked my design choices and she asked me to help her choose the design and clothing style for her clients. It was a great experience that helped me discover fabrics and textures, how to mix and sew them together to make a stylish piece of clothing. Still, I was not yet rolling down the path of personal style.

I am what I like to call a classy woman and I like to discover fashion trends that suit me. The clothes I wear every day reflect my mood, my persona, and my state of mind. I believe the way you look reflects who you truly are. It’s the most powerful way to portray your image to the rest of the world.

Personal style is fundamentally discovering yourself, finding yourself, improving your look, and ultimately a way to improve your life.

I lived for 30 years in Eastern Europe. I have moved to USA ten years ago from a European metropolitan area, ending up in a Southern small beach town.

I have experienced at first hand the American cultural impact and I think of it as a tremendous opportunity. From the way people dress up to the way they choose to display their manners and communicate with each other, I see room for an infusion of a European touch to offer a snazzy style to the Southern accent of the beach towns in the area.

I asked myself if I should try to fit in or simply change. There was only one answer for me. Change is good.  And so I realized I can still be me and preserve my personal European style while borrowing a few meaningful elements of Southern style.