You’ve seen the pictures of stunning fashion blogger Tiffany Depuis but it’s always nice to hear a little bit more about the beauty behind the blog. Here, Tiffany tells us about biting the bullet to make her dreams come true and not being afraid to express her own personal style.
How did you start out blogging?
I’ve always had a big interest in fashion and have been a huge fan of fashion blogs so it’s always been something I’ve wanted to do. It always seemed like a really scary thing to do but about a year and a half ago I decided to bite the bullet and go for it and I haven’t looked back since 🙂
How do you balance day to day life with blogging?
I just recently completed a 4 year degree in University College Cork. Since I started the blog I’ve been balancing college and part time jobs, which hasn’t been easy and I definitely couldn’t give the blog the time I wanted. Now that I’m finished with college I’m hoping to be able to put a lot more time and energy into the blog.
What are your biggest dreams?
One of my biggest dreams is to make the blog the best it can be and turn it into a successful career. I hope that the blog not only inspires others in terms of fashion but also inspires people to do what they want to do and to not be afraid to put themselves out there.
What is your go-to outfit that expresses your personality best?
I would say that I’m definitely a very casual person. My go to outfit is always black skinny jeans, runners and my black leather jacket. I like to feel comfortable and definitely prefer a more simple look.
Where can you usually be found on a Saturday night?
I’d love to say that I’d be found out partying on a Saturday night but I’d be lying. Myself and my friends are guilty of dodging the Saturday night clubs in exchange for X-factor, Chinese takeaway and a good catch up. Not as glamourous as you would think!
My blog doesn’t intend to tell other people what to wear but to inspire others to share and express their style too. Personal style is something I love to see in other people and I admire anyone with their own personal style. So regardless of what’s considered “stylish” today, I think people shouldn’t be afraid to express their own personal style and wear exactly what they want.