Style like a fingerprint!

by Niki Kefala

Naira is a girl who loves fashion and that’s why at the moment she works in one of the biggest fashion warehouses in The Netherlands. Check out her style and her blog and find out why our clothes make us so unique. Thank you for the interview Naira!

 First of all I would like to introduce yourself.

I am Naira. I was born and raised in Armenia. In 2009 a studying opportunity brought me to The Netherlands. At that time I did not know that the decision to study in The Netherlands would become one of the most crucial decisions in my life. While studying I met my husband. Shortly after, we married and I moved to The Netherlands. Currently we live in The Hague and have a lovely daughter. At the moment I work in one of the biggest fashion warehouses in The Netherlands. In my limited free time I write about fashion.

Why did you create your own blog ?

Blogging gives me an opportunity to share my own perspective on style and fashion. It is also a great way to connect with similar minded people from all over the world and build a network.

Style is to you…?

I think style is like a fingerprint. Everyone has his or her own unique sense of style and that is what identifies the person.

Your best and worst fashion choice ever was…?

Recently I am experimenting often with different shapes and colors. I guess my worst choice so far was the combination of a tutu skirt and cropped top with voluminous sleeves. Since I am not tall that combination gave too much volume to my body shape. If I had to wear those pieces again I would go either with a voluminous skirt or voluminous top, but not both. My best fashion choice is a bit more difficult to point out. In general I give preference to shapes that flatter my body shape, this simple rule makes most of my fashion choices successful.




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