How would you describe your Instagram aesthetic and what inspired it?
I try to make my Instagram feed as colorful and bright as possible. I love colorful backgrounds, murals, and accessories. My feed is often inspired by my own art because I love posting outfit photos using accessories from my own jewelry line.
Where do you find inspiration for your Instagram content?
I love browsing Pinterest for inspiration on photos and outfits. I occasionally post product photos of my art and I try to make sure that my feed looks balanced with my art pieces.
What is your favourite part of your Instagram content creation process?
My favorite part of creating Instagram content is editing the photos, that’s where the magic comes in! We all know the feeling of taking 200 photos and none of them look good. A great preset and some editing skills can fix almost anything!
Blog or YouTube?
I am hoping to start creating some YouTube content this year focused on styling, capsule wardrobes, and thrift flips. Although that project is still under construction, I do have a few blog posts on my website to help other artists beginning their careers.
Your artwork is beautiful! What inspired you to start creating it and create your brand?
I started to make art and jewelry because I couldn’t afford to buy accessories or home decor for my dorm room, so I made my own! After a few years I evolved from making dupes of popular products, to creating my own designs.
How would you describe your personal style?
I feel most comfortable and confident in feminine styles and silhouettes. I love bright colors and patterns, but I don’t feel tied down to any specific aesthetic.
What has been your most exciting moment since becoming an influencer?
I was extremely excited to collaborate with my favorite hair care brand Overtone! However, I am always looking for more exciting opportunities.
What is a must have fashion accessory?
An outfit doesn’t feel complete to me without a big pair of statement earrings!
If you could go back in time, what’s one piece of advice you’d give your younger self?
I would tell my younger self not to follow anyone else’s plan for my life and not to compare my story to anyone else’s. I wasted a lot of time trying to conform to someone else’s definition of success, happiness, and beauty.
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