Two weeks ago, an article was published in the 'Sunday Times Style' magazine which I was lucky enought to get featured in! It was part of their 'what are you wearing' supplement, and this is my interview writing that came with it-
If I didn't have a school uniform, I'd have to get up a lot earlier to decide what to wear. It can take an awfully long time. I like to plan looks before I put them on. So i'll think up an outfit at night to post on my lookbook blog and then wear it out.
This skirt was a petticoat my sister wore in a school play, the earrings are Topshop, and I wear those creepers everywhere. My other favourites are my red checked DM boots. When you see them, you don't think they'd go with everything, but they do.
I like looking at fashion magazines, not so much to be on trend, but for inspiration- say, if I wanted ideas to customise a piece of my own.
Young people should take the opportunity to dress how they want, because when you're older you have to fit in with whatever's going on around you.
I wouldn't like to think teenagers my age have to dress differently because they're afraid they might get teased by other people. I think it's sad when that happens. I think as long as you enjoy what you wear, that's okay.