Q&A: Bloggings Tips

Hello, my sweet babies! Today, I would like to share with you my summer style for how to wear red colors. A lot of people told me that red looks great on me. It is in fact my favorite color. But to be honest, I wear it very rarely. I bought my red jacket a while ago from Zara and didn't really have a chance to wear it. A few months ago, I wore this beautiful striped dress from Lulus and thought that it would look great adding some red color.  Let me know what you think.
Also, as I promised that will answer all your other question that you asked me earlier, but I picked only interesting questions.

What do you want to do with your blogger life?
Well, last year I thought that I would turn blogging life into serious career, but due to big competition, it is almost impossible,  especially when Instagram is being so rude to bloggers. I don't see anything new coming. I guess I will keep it as a hobby mostly.

What is the biggest challenge you faced in your life?
I think bullying at an early age, as many teens can be brutally mean. I always got bullied for being too skinny, too un-athletic or too nerdy. I believe that after I changed schools to a private one, I decided that I will never let other people think that I am not beautiful enough. Today, I love everything about myself. Blogging has helped me get more confidence in who am I and how I look. Another challenge was leaving my home country when I was only 20 years old. Taking an international flight for the first time and living with people of different mentality, traditions and food was quite a shock. It was tough for the first half of the year, but after that, I knew that I was not going back, and that I would continue my journey while traveling and living in other countries. 

Who are your mentors/role models? Is there anyone in particular that inspires you.
Both of my families, because they both have their own story of life lessons. I am inspired by how to stay strong in that moment of life when you think everything is over. My mother lost her mom when she was only 18 years old and she accepted responsibility for adulthood at this young age by taking care of her two young sisters.  She later in life taught my sister and I how to be strong and what to do in different situations. There was a period when my father underwent 15 operations in a short time. He almost lost his legs, but he eventually became strong enough to walk again. My mother-in-law survived breast cancer 10 years ago. My father-in-law was ostracized from his community and religion for pursuing the woman he loved (who is now my mother-in-law). These people inspire me.

What is your favorite part about blogging?
First, it is a great space in which you can grow confident about yourself. Second, meeting amazing creative minds motivates you to keep going.

Have you ever been inspired by the fashion in the countries or states you've traveled to? If so, how has it impacted your style?
Well, my blog was named Different Colors & Different Styles because I wanted to show how fashion in different countries inspired or changed my own style. You know that I have thus far lived in Europe, South Korea, Central Asia, North America, and now, in Caucasus region of Eurasia. One day I am dressing like a Korean pop star, the next with a Californian twist, and then perhaps with some French classiness. Elements of these cultures and fashions continue to influence me and blend together to make my own style.

What difficulties did you encounter when you moved to the United  States? What can one expect before moving to the USA?
When I came to America for the first time, I had a hard time with the food, language and different mentality. After living in Europe and Asia, it was quite different. As in many other countries, the west, central, and and east regions are a bit different from many perspectives (language, food, manners, outlook, etc.). As for language, I still have a really hard time with Southern dialects.  I sometimes have no idea what American Southerners are saying to me, actually.  I usually just nod and smile while trying to understand.  These people can be super hospitable though.  

What camera do you use? Any photography tips or how do you filter your photos?
For very long time, I used a Canon Rebel t4it and recently changed to Canon 6D mark ii. Personally, I don't see so much difference in these cameras, since I am not a very professional photographer and neither is my husband. I have been testing it to understand how the Canon 6D works. If you know, let me know! As for travels, I carry my compact and lightweight Samsung NX300. When I show to bloggers how the Samsung camera works, they actually purchase it right away. Haha, maybe Samsung should pay me for advertising their products. As for editing tips, you can find an article that we wrote on our Fashion Magazine DISPURS here.










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