AISPI is constantly looking for influencers who express their opinions on fashion and travel. Recently we ran into the account of Chloe Carno, with whom AISPI did a short interview. Chloe is a French influencer who currently lives in the United Kingdom. Keep on reading if you want to find out how traveling impacts her style!
Nowadays, we all shop at big retail chains where they often sell low-quality clothing and there’s little originality. It is amazing that through AISPI people are able to discover emerging boutiques and designers in an easy and accessible way.
My last trip was to Rome where I visited some boutiques. What I like most about boutiques is the pleasant, but especially personal atmosphere.
I originally come from Saint-Tropez which lays in the South of France. For the moment I live in Cardiff for my studies.
Every single day I try to discover myself and be a better person. “Wake up with desires, go to bed with satisfaction” is a statement I truly believe in.
I first started blogging because I felt the need to create. By creating, I mean sharing positivism, making people happier with themselves and showing that social media is not always reality.
I want people to get inspired and see another side of me. I want them to know my opinion on certain subjects. Ultimately, I want my followers to find a purpose in everything they do and live their lifes with a smile on their faces.
My favorite city in Europe is definitely London. I lived in London for one year and I really enjoyed it. Staying there was really eye-opening on what concerns my view on fashion.
I would describe fashion in London as colorful and daring. Mixing different colors and styles are very common. In contrary to where I live in France, people are dressed less playful.
Who I am today has been shaped by my good and most of all, my bad experiences in life. Every experience, good or bad, is to prepare you and make you stronger.
Traveling means discovering. I always get inspired by the different ways people dress in different parts of the world.
A few months ago, I failed an exam and because of that I almost didn’t pass my year at the university. I realized that the reason why I didn’t pass was not because I didn’t work hard enough, but because I had such a bad self-esteem and self-trust.
As I said earlier, I think everything happens for a reason. That’s why I believe the reason why I failed this exam, was because it was time I learned to be more self-confident. I started working on this and guess what, I killed my exam!