Fashion blogger Nadia Burjan shares with us her style loves, winter fashion inspiration and her top tips for creating amazing flat-lays (trust us, she’s a pro!).
How did you get into fashion blogging?
When I was in high school I was really into fashion design and had plans to study it after school but my career took a different path. I started blogging because I still had such a strong desire to express myself creatively through fashion. It’s my way of meeting design in the middle.
What are your tips for creating beautiful flat-lays?
My top tips for creating gorgeous flat-lays are: find a room with nice natural lighting, get a good editing app and experiment with tools like exposure, shadows and contrast… and use angles! You don’t always have to line everything up neatly.
What are you doing when you are not in front or behind the camera?
I am busy being a music tutor… and in my down time I am usually drinking multiple cups of coffee and sourcing inspiration for the blog which can come from artists, designers, other bloggers, architecture and music.
What are your winter style essentials?
A good leather jacket, an oversized wooly scarf, the khaki over-the-knee boot from Wittner and I am still looking for my perfect pair of flared pants.
How many pairs of shoes do you own?
I lost count of how many pairs of shoes i own a long time ago… I have a separate cupboard to house them all!
What do you love about accessories and shoes?
I love that you can be wearing a simple tshirt and jeans but if you add a great pair of shoes and some cool accessories, you then have an outfit!
Complete this sentence: I recently splurged on…
A suede fringed jacket. A piece i will have forever.
Who are your style muses?
I have so many! But when I am in need of fashion inspiration I look at Vogue fashion director Christine Centenera, the Olsen twins and Rihanna because she is such a risk taker.
How would you describe your style in three words?
That’s a hard one. It changes every day! I dress entirely based on my mood, and can go from rock chick to classic to bohemian depending on how I feel when I wake up.