8 questions with three of our favorite insta girls

This week we interviewed three amazing Insta girls that are on top of their styling game. With us are; Cecilie from Copenhagen, Denmark, Yoshino from Paris, France, and Dita from Perth, Australia, all three carry their own unique style and personalities. Cecilie has her cool and minimal Scandi vibe, Yoshino with her refined and editorial style photos, and Dita with her relaxed and effortless looks.

 

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Are you curious to know more about them? Keep on reading!

1. Name one fashion item that is so “you”

Cecilie: Well, I actually never thought I’d say this, but the kitten heels have slowly become so me! They are chic and comfortable at the same time. I remember years ago when I first saw a pair of kitten heels and thought they were the ugliest shoes I’ve ever seen, but now they are my absolute favorite and I have a collection of 11 pairs.
Dita: Maybe not an item but a style. Polkadots, does that count?
Yoshino: Pearl hair clips and of course the color beige.

 

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2. What are the trends that you love, and you don’t love

Cecilie: My favorite trend at the moment is the boot tuck which I’m wearing on repeat. A trend I really don’t like is neon, sorry but to me it’s just so too tacky.
Dita: At the moment, blazers. I really love blazers, they are so easy to dress it up or down. And the trend I don’t like is espradille. I see so many French girls wearing them and they look so chic but I don’t think it looks flattering on me at all.
Yoshino: I love the men’s blazer trend. I actually think all the trends are interesting, the boots/tailored pants trend was weird for me at the beginning but now I love it!

 

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3. What would you be if you weren’t an influencer right now?

Cecilie: I’d definitely be doing something creative. I’ve always wanted to be a photographer or interior designer so maybe one of those.
Dita: Hmmm maybe I would just be someone who’d sit behind the a desk doing a boring admin job. I’m so happy that I don’t have to do that anymore.
Yoshino: I don’t know, but I’ve done fashion school in Paris, so it would probably still be something in the fashion field.

 

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4. What is one thing can’t you leave the house without?

Cecilie: My phone! I wish it wasn’t, but I simply can’t go out without it.
Dita: My phone. Having no wallet or house key is still better than having no phone.
Yoshino: My phone!

 

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5. Where could we find you in your spare time?

Cecilie: I’m a real stay-in kind of girl so you’d most likely find me at home with my boyfriend and our dog probably watching an animal documentary or a crime series.
Dita: I wish to be sitting in a beach club somewhere in Bali drinking a Bloody Mary. But in reality you will find me on the couch with the laptop on my lap watching some movies but my hand will never stop playing with my phone. I will still be busy doing Instagram or editing photos.
Yoshino: On a coffee terrace with my friends.

6. How do girls dress up in your country?

Cecilie: I believe it’s very common for us Scandi girls to value comfort most of all also when it comes to dressing up. Whatever you are wearing you need to feel good in them.
Dita: In Australia because the sun is always shining, you will find girls here wearing a lot of shorts and crop tops. Especially in Perth because we are on the beach side, so it’s little bit hard to wear boots and blazer or coats unless we are going around the city. The line is so close between dressing nicely and being overdressed. That’s why I am always so jealous with girls in Europe, I feel like they have more options on what outfit to wear.
Yoshino: The French girl is very natural, wavy hair or bun, no makeup, jeans and sneakers. The Parisian girls love wearing blazers or trench coats, but most of the people are actually not that attentive to their outfits.

 

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7. What was the bravest thing you’ve ever done?

Cecilie: That’s a hard one.. but I think starting my own business as a content creator has been the bravest thing I’ve done, so far.
Dita: Moving to Perth from Indonesia. Maybe for some people it’s nothing but for me it was the bravest things I have ever done. No friends or family at all, only my husband. At the start it was somewhat hard for me to adjust and not that easy to find work too. But finally I manage to find my own work. Definitely the best decision for me.
Yoshino: I adopted a cat that was destined to be killed by the owner.

8. What is your secret talent?

Cecilie: I’m not really sure that I have a secret talent, at least it’s still a secret to me!
Dita: Not many people know that I’m a traditional Javanese dancer. I also love acting, I played the leading role in a movie for ILO (International Labour Organisation) and UNICEF.
Yoshino: I eat a lot!

 

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