So British Vogue’s youtube channel has a series where they visit the wardrobe of various fashion people/tastemakers/personalities- and I love it so much.
These are all people who are pretty passionate about style, and hearing someone talk about something that they’re passionate about is always kind of wonderful- especially when you share that interest.
Irritatingly, British Vogue posts them VERY RARELY which makes me sad because I want to watch them all day, every day.
(My favorites thus far have been: Camilla Rowe, Yasmin Sewell, Josephine de la Baume, and Miranda Kerr.)
At the end of each installment they ask a series of preference questions, which I sometimes use to quiz Dad when I’m bored, and which I will now answer for you.
Style or Comfort?
Dress up of Dress down?
Dress up in that I don’t ever dress very casually- I don’t actually own a pair of sweat pants.
Heels or Flats?
Flats. I love walking and don’t like having to restrain myself from activities because of my footwear.
Early bird or Night Owl?
Early bird! Sleeping past 7 am is sleeping in for me. Without setting an alarm.
Dancing or Singing?
Dancing, of course.
Summer or Winter?
Summer. Because of the beach.
Denim or Leather?
Matching or Clashing?
Matching- all beautiful things go together.
Town or Country?
Mmmm. No, I don’t know. Town?
Eat in or Eat out?
Eat in. It’s less expensive, easier to be vegan, and I can exercise more control out of my eating experience like a true post-anorexic.
Shorts or Skirts?
Shorts. Short shorts.
Stars or Stripes?
Stripes. I have such a hard time not getting everything in stripes.
Biker or Bomber?
Mini or Long?
Midi, really- but I’ll pick mini over long. My choice might be different if it weren’t currently 81 degrees.
Punk or Rock&Roll?
Rock and roll 100%.
Sporty or Romantic?
Romantic. I’ve never been sporty.
Edie Sedgwick or Jane Birkin?
Jane Birkin- I owe my first perfume love to her and I love her style.
Eyes or Lips?
Eyes in theory, lips in practice.
Uptown or Downtown?
New York or Paris?
David Bowie or Mick Jagger?
How would you answer?
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