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Interview With Diana Visinescu

Interview With Diana Visinescu

Please introduce yourself in 2-5 sentences.

I'm a bookworm and art fanatic ever since I've known the meaning of that word. Lover of life since 00'. Smiling through every day and being there for anyone who needs a shoulder to cry on.

What made you start creating content on social media?

The fact that I can show my perspective on certain things and inspire people to do the same. I think that when people show their perspective, we, as humans, become more perceptive and more open-minded to new opinions and ideas.

What do you think are the current and future trends in fashion?

Lately, I've been really obsessing over the 60' and 90' fashion. I feel that there shouldn't be any rules to the way you dress. When people say they were born in the wrong era, I think they are just not aware of all the possibilities they have. If you want to wear poodle skirts, wear them, if you want to rock a 20' dress, go ahead. As long as you are happy with who you are as a person and as long as it represents your personality because that's really all that matters.

Is fashion a true art form?

Definitely! I really believe that the way you dress reflects the person you are inside and your mood. I've been a bit disoriented about my personal style, but I finally found my aesthetic. From here I also made a lot of friends with similar taste and I'm also glad we can put a bit of each and everyone's personality in the everyday life.

What's your biggest goal as a creator/blogger?

My goal has always been and it will always be to make someone happy. And although putting someone's needs before mine isn't very healthy, I know that I'm not truly happy unless the person next to me is felling the same way. So whether is through the captions I post, through a direct message or through the photo itself, I sincerely hope that someone out there smiled. Even for a second.

Do you want to mention anything else?

Money shouldn't be an obstacle in expressing yourself. Take it from me. A good part of my wardrobe is made of clothes I stole from my grandma. Literally. Also, society shouldn't tell you how to live your life. You are unique and special, and even if you don't realize there's certainly someone out there that you inspired just by being yourself. So keep on doing that!

We wish you all possible success, thanks for this interview!

If you want to say Hi to Diana or just follow her journey, you'll find her Instagram page:

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