Oh, who would not love Italy, a country of pizza, ice cream and high-end fashion? And one thing that we all can agree about Italians is that they really have a style. On that note, I want to represent you Stellina and her blog The Italian Style. Let´s meet this lovely lady and her unique point of few on fashion and style.
When did you start blogging and how did you come to the idea?
I started blogging in 2014, it was a kind of revelation, I woke one morning and I felt like I had to have my own fashion space in this infinite blogging world.
Who is your style icon? Why?
Jacqueline Kennedy-Onassis after her thirties. She’s the one.
How do you describe your personal style? What are your inspirations?
I’m a very classy Italian girl. They taught me so. Inspiration? from 60’s and 70’s divas to Southern Italy traditions.
What are the essential pieces you must have in your closet?
Something Dolce &Gabbana
How often do you post? How do you come up with post ideas?
Once or twice a week, I try not to inflate the blog with useless posts.
What would you describe the biggest challenge in fashion blogging?
Going forward sometimes might be the biggest challenge ever.
What is the greatest satisfaction of being a fashion blogger?
I’m not a fashion blogger; I’m a story-teller and I write fashion stories. Knowing that people read is a great thing.
A fashion rule you never break?
I hate rules.
What do you splurge on?
I splurge on Italian fashion.
From your point of view, what is the notable trend for the upcoming season?
I’m gonna wear a lot of lace next season.
Do you make money from your blog? Any advice for others?
Don’t do it for money.
What has been your most successful blog post till now and what was it about?
When I wrote about Calogero and Stellina’s love affair.
How do you see your blog in 5 years?
I might die in 5 years 🙂
Designer – Domenico Dolce, Fausto Puglisi, Stephane Rolland, Uliana Sergheenko, Valentino
Fashion Brand- Dolce & Gabbana
Quote – To be continued
How can people connect with you?
Follow up Stellina and get inspired by Italian Style. Thank you Stellina!