Meet Flor: Chic Latin Blogger sharing her audvice on Fashion & following your heart.
Flor: I am a lawyer, but I am currently working as a full time blogger and youtuber.
Flor: I think my sense of style has been changing and evolving throughout the years.
Flor: I think that coming from Argentina has sort of influenced my style. People in Argentina are often too worried about what other people might or will think of their style instead of wearing just whatever they feel like wearing.I think I have finally overcome that.
Flor: No one in particular but street style in general.I love watching what normal people walking down the street are wearing.
Flor: I really don’t know hahaha. I just wanted to have a “personal space” where I could write and post and share whatever I felt like doing and they pennylaneblog.com was born!
Flor: To the contrary!I think that nowadays people are overlooking social norms way more than they used to, and media -social media in particular- has helped to create a big online community where you can be you and that is celebrated rather than hidden.
Fashom: How have you overcome such constraints? What can people do to overcome these constraints?
Flor: Overcoming such constraints is not easy.You have to stop listing to what other people have to say about your style and dress in any way you feel like doing. Be confident!
Flor: I am suscribed to Vogue US, and I read both their print and online version.
Flor: Right now I am crazy about chokers, crop tops, bomber jackets and ripped jeans with patches.
Flor: Kendall Jenner.I really like her off-duty style.
Flor:Probably just that: “be yourself”. People love (and can tell) when you are authentic and speaking from the heart.
Flor: H&M, Zara and Levi’s.
Flor: I have so many I can think of! But I really love one from Steve Jobs speech at Stanford: “Your time is limited, so don’t waste it living someone else’s life. […] Don’t let the noise of others’ opinions drown out your own inner voice. And most important, have the courage to follow your heart and intuition. They somehow already know what you truly want to become. Everything else is secondary.”