Social Media has given me awesome opportunity to meet and work with amazing people. A few weeks ago I met up with one of my Instagram friends Sierra. She is a fashion blogger over at Style in the Way.
You can click here to see the magic we created.
Keep reading to learn more about her, and to see the photos from the cutting room floor.
What is the meaning behind your blog name?
I grew up playing instruments since I was 4 years old and so music has always been part of my life. When I started my blog, I wanted to include this musical roots because I truly believe that they influence my style. So I chose one of my favorite Nirvana songs called “Something in the Way” and changed the “something” to “style.”
When did you know that you had an interest in fashion?
Fashion was something I always admired but I never knew that much about it growing up. I wore a uniform at school for my whole life so I never really got the chance to experiment with style like I wanted to. During my freshman year of college, it suddenly hit me that fashion is something I had been interested in all along. When I realized I could make a career out of it, I immediately reached out to ELLE Magazine and was able to secure an internship there. After working at ELLE, I knew for sure that the fashion industry is the place for me.
What are some trends that you are excited about this season?
I have so many trends that I am excited about!! I love the colors red and pink right now. They are both trending like crazy!! I’m also loving ruffles and gingham. Those are two trends that I have never tried before but that I want to feature on my blog later this summer. I’m hoping to find more trends on the streets of New York
What is your favorite thing about being in New York City?
My favorite thing about being in NYC is the inspiration that is everywhere. You can never run out of new foods to try, pictures to take, and people to see. Also being surrounded by such a diverse community with an eclectic sense of style is amazing!! I always find inspiration on the streets. I’ll see someone wearing their clothes in a unique way and sometimes I’ll try it out myself.