How have you honed your style over the years?
“It’s been a process. I tend to tune into a feeling; I gravitate towards things that make me feel happy. Being joyful in your clothes is super important – sometimes it’s obviously colourful or lively, but joy can be found and expressed through many different styles and colours. It could be just down to how it feels on and around the body or how it makes one feel when walking or entering a room or a space.”
How do you balance investing in pieces that are both expressive and can stand the test of time?
“For some pieces, the biggest teller is if it evokes a good feeling and ‘sparks joy’. That usually stands the test of time. We all have pieces that we just simply love.”
How do you use fashion to make yourself feel good?
“One of the biggest lifters can simply be wearing something you love or having a mood-changing print or colour. I tend to lean towards texture to make myself feel good.”