This Week, the Daily Women introduce to you a new blogger, Peter Adrian who is 21 and comes from California, most precisely from Los Angeles here the interview :
I started blogging maybe around august 2011, and I've had my lookbook account up since september 2010.
I started lookbooking, actually not because I wanted to do fashion, I actually started to practice modeling. I never though my style/fashion sense was anything view-worthy, but I got really good feedback from the site so I continued to post more.
To me, fashion is an indirect language. It's a quick and direct way to convey yourself/your character in the split second that you meet someone.
I've got to say the 50s and the 70s. Who doesn't love a clean cut man who also knows how to dress edgy?
I've never realized how much of an influence fashion bloggers had on the fashion world outside. Sure high fashion editorials and ads run the fashion upper world, but most of the world is influenced by the casuals, the everyday wear, and that's where the fashion bloggers come in.
I don't believe that fashion bloggers will ever replace fashion magazines, nor do I think that fashion bloggers are ephemeral. We're definitely here to stay, I just feel like the two have different goals/reaches and are a necessity to the fashion world, and through that the two complete each other.
Crocs, no, just kidding. I love the ability to invent and create in the fashion world. There are so many rules for all that is fashion, but at the same time, all those rules are just waiting to be broken to create a new fashion "it".
It's almost impossible to not be influenced by what is already done. Unless if you're me, in which case, you're awesome, haha but really though, I don't believe that it's possible to be fully new when it comes to fashion, just because fashion has been going on for centuries. That's what I love about it though, the new is just the old revamped. That's sort of the way I see my style, a modern version of the 70s.
I love the 70s casual-wear. Most of my style would be derived from that, but at the same time, my style is eclectic and random. I guess I gather inspiration from my peers and the world around me.
My greatest inspiration when it comes to fashion would probably be...I don't know really. It's hard to put a finger on the ONE thing that inspires me. Everything inspires me, but isn't that how it's supposed to be?
To be honest, it's not all that important to me. I get caught at my school in my workout clothes just because it's convenient for me to not carry extra baggage. Though I suppose going to an outing would be different. The way I see it, if you're confident in what you're wearing, it almost makes what you're wearing that much better. With the exception of wearing uggs and shorts...or crocs, unless if you're my mom, she totally rocks it.
Anyone who inspires another.
Well if you're asking what I'm attracted to, I'd say the ideal female style should be flattering to her figure, without showing too much. I like a little mystery. I'm not saying wear hooded sweaters and baggy sweats all day, everyday. I just mean the more I have to imagine, the more attractive it is. Class with a little sass.
If you don't like your style, who's to blame others for feeling the same way. Be confident in what you wear.
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