Can you believe summer is coming to an end?? I can’t. I wanted to blog about my first fashion interview that I’ve been holding onto. I’ve been superstitious about it, since I didn’t know how successful writing a fashion blog would be. I know that I still have a lot to learn, and have a lot of work to do to have a successful blog. I am just happy that I have made it this far and will continue to develop my skills. 2 months ago I met a wonderful woman named Sharon at Starbucks, who is a hospice nurse(I think nurses area the best!) and she was gracious enough to let me interview her on the spot. I love these types of interviews that are spontaneous and tons of fun! Enjoy. 🙂
It was a nice summery June day and I decided to get some work done at my local Starbucks. I usually get distracted working at home. I have to admit there are not a lot of coffee places that I go to that give me the feeling that I should sit and stay awhile. I usually go to the local coffee stand and not even bother with going into a coffee shop to sit down. But on this particular day, I decided that I wanted to give it another go. I went armed with my laptop and iPhone. The Starbucks I chose has a lot of regulars and is known for holding a lot of business meetings there. It was particularly crowded and I found a single table with outlet nearby of course! I started working on changing over my Twitter/IG handle to signify my new career venture. As a side bar, I have always loved fashion since I was young. I have fond memories of reading Harper’s Bazaar, Cosmopolitan, and Teen.
I happened to start chatting with a nice older couple and mentioned that I was a fashion blogger who wanted to interview people about their fashion, they said stick around here because there are plenty of fashionable people who frequent here. I eventually met Sharon, a hospice nurse, a fun loving, quirky, and glamorous fashionista. She graciously let me interview her and share her fashion tips! Below is her chic summery boho outfit.
Sharon’s Boho Summer Chic Lowdown.
Pink Parisian Shirt: Walmart, clearance $1. Unfortunately, this shirt was out of stock online, I had trouble finding a pink Parisian shirt, but I managed to find one on Zazzle(I like that you can customize the color of your shirt) for $28 or a darker pink Love Amour t- shirt on Etsy for $21.
Black striped shorts: Old Navy, $20.
Sharon’s white sleeveless fringe shrug was found in a local tourist town in Levenworth, WA.
I found an adorable crocheted white fringe vest on Esty for $35!
Bracelets-Old Navy, $8.99 I found some on Polyvore for $16.
Last but not least is Sharon’s Mossimo Purse: Target, $19.99.
Sharon’s Fashion Tips:
•Make a list before you shop.
• Buy basics that will coordinate with all of your outfits.
Sharon’s basics list:
•Different colored tank tops.
•Classic jacket, such as a black, navy, or brown Wilson leather jacket.
•Multiple scarfs in different patterns and colors. Every year Sharon buys a new scarf(I found some adorable ones on Modcloth!) and looks for pieces that go with it.
Thanks for all the love I have received on social media, I really appreciate it. 🙂
Keep smiling, 🙂
P.S. Stay in the fashion know on my Bloglovin’ page too.