Faith shows us what happens when your love for dress-up grows with you. Her blog is a tell-all for what it’s like to be a travelling, incredibly stylish mother. But what about the stuff the www.thelookbureau.com doesn’t tell us about? We at FrontRow decided it was high time someone asked the real questions to find out about the real Faith…
Q: At which store would you like to max-out your credit card?
A: I would definitely max out my credit card at Forever21. I’ve been an avid shopper since college, and I’m all about quantity, more is always better than less. It provides affordable pieces for every girl’s need, size, style and mood. From cocktail, to casual, to active, to intimate wear – they have you covered. I really wouldn’t need to go anywhere else to get my wardrobe fix for everyday ensembles.
Q: What was your favorite toy as a kid?
A: It might seem cliché, but my favorite toy was Barbie! I had about half a dozen of them and I was obsessed with playing dress-up. I would hold mini fashion shows with my dolls, doing everything from hair and makeup, to even cutting up and sewing (though not very skilled) old cloth to make dresses.
Q:What was the first prize/award you ever won?
A: A fancy dress contest in Kindergarten for my Hawaiian costume. I seem to have lost the photo though, but I do have it etched in my memory.
Q: If you could choose your age forever, what age would you choose and why?
A: I’m sure many would choose to be as young as 21, but I would like to be the age of 30 forever. Why? Because it’s an age where you will most definitely be at your prime, having already achieved a certain level of success and met important milestones in life in terms of career, personal and family life.
Q: If they made a movie about your life, who would you want to play you?
A: I think it would be Natalie Portman. I recently saw her Dior commercial on Youtube, and I identify with her first of all because she’s petite like me (imagine having to use a plank to kiss Chris Hemsworth in Thor), and because she is often portrayed in fashion as ultra-feminine and minimalistic – which is the kind of style I’m always drawn to. And she is also a mother.
Q: What item do you have that you should probably throw away but never will?
A: I have a little black dress that I absolutely love from about 10 years ago. I know that there is no way I can ever fit into it again – having a baby is not an excuse! I admit I’m just too lazy to work out!
Q: Who is your favourite influencer? Why?
A: Song of Style is one of my favorite influencers. I love her style which is simply chic, beautifully feminine and a fusion of modern and vintage. Her outfits are always on-point, and her travel photographs just make me wish I could teleport to every picturesque destination.