Hi Look and all look readers, if you're reading...
I'm Victoria, blogger of alfuenza.blogspot.com and aspiring stylist! Today I'm just going to ramble on about why I think I should be blogging from the front row for The Look Show, during a/w'11 Fashion week...
*A bit of background info*
I'm about to go into my 3rd year of Uni studying Fashion but it's not just a subject to me but a hobbie. In my spare time I blog, stalk other blogs, make youtube styling videos, create DIY tutorials and sell my own customised clothes via ebay. I would say my go-to style is eclectic, highstreet trends mixed with vintage bargains found at bootsales and charity shops.
I believe that you don't have to splurge on designers to look fashionable. The highstreet caters to so many people and styles that you can find everything you need (or don't necessarily need if you're a shopaholic like me!). With new trends constantly emerging it makes no sense to spend countless pennies on something you wouldn't be seen dead in next season!
So that is why Look is what every girl needs..keeping their finger on the highstreet pulse!
*Why I think I am the right blogger for the job?*
I'm a highstreet girl at heart and Look is my number one magazine because it caters to my weekly need of inspiration. If I cant manage to get my hands on a copy every tuesday I can't function because I want to know whats between those pages!
*Why I want to blog from the front row?*
I've been to two of Looks' previous Fashion week shows and the experience from photobooths and beauty tips to the final catwalk show is something no fashionista wants to miss. So when I missed the last show in Feb, and then to find out Olivia Palermo my all time style idol was there too, I was distraught! I vowed never to miss another and hopefully this time I'll be in with the chance of sitting front row with the other highstreet lovers..blogging all the best bits up close :)
However if I am not so lucky, I shall see you all there anyway.. I'll be the one standing on my chair three rows back trying to have a good ol'bog!