#5 Things You Didn’t Know About Me

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Fashion blogger Veronika Lipar of Brunette From Wall Street answering 5 questions about her, wearing pink midi skirt, Sunday Somewhere round sunglasses, metallic sandals from Stuart WeitzmanFashion blogger Veronika Lipar of Brunette From Wall Street wearing chic pink pleated midi skirt, Sunday Somewhere round sunglasses, metallic sandals from Stuart Weitzman, and raffia basket bag from Nannancay

 

Fashion blogger Veronika Lipar of Brunette From Wall Street answering 5 questions about her, wearing pink midi skirt, Sunday Somewhere round sunglasses, metallic sandals from Stuart Weitzman, and raffia basket bag from Nannancay

 

 

Fashion blogger Veronika Lipar of Brunette From Wall Street dressed in chic pink pleated midi skirt, Sunday Somewhere round sunglasses, metallic sandals from Stuart Weitzman, and raffia basket bag from Nannancay

 

Fashion blogger Veronika Lipar of Brunette From Wall Street wearing chic pink midi skirt with pleats, Sunday Somewhere round sunglasses, metallic sandals from Stuart Weitzman, and raffia basket bag from Nannancay

You keep sending me all sorts of questions about me. So I decided to finally answer your questions and reveal some of the things not even my close friends know. Starting from where I’m from, to the things I don’t do, and would never wear … Don’t get too excited just yet. I’m only answering 5 questions each week.  Although, you know me, when I start writing I can’t stop. 

Fashion blogger Veronika Lipar of Brunette From Wall Street answering 5 questions about her and sharing things she is looking forward most during the Paris Haute Couture Week

YOU SHOULD REALLY ASK ME FOR THE WAY ONLY

#1 Where are you from?

I get this question a lot. I’m from Europe. I’m Slovenian, same as the First Lady of the USA. Well, I’m 1/4 French, as my mother’s father was born in France (although lived most of his life in Slovenia and refused to speak about his childhood in France).

You see? I’m getting more and more personal. Well, that happens when you start asking personal questions and let them talk. People talk. Ps. be sure to send me over your questions. Answering all. I promise. Eventually.

#2 What’s the most important thing for you?

The little black book. I know, this sounds so cliche and so 90s. But it’s still a real deal. Obviously, the little black book is more or less a metaphor for the network nowadays, as having all the names written down in a book would be impractical. You know what I mean. Call, text or whatever with one touch. Although, I must say I like to write down all the most important contacts to my beautiful diary, too. Oh, the diary. This one is the second most important thing for me. Not to say anything more, I already wrote about the diary some time ago in this blog post over here.

Fashion blogger Veronika Lipar of Brunette From Wall Street answering 5 questions about her, dressed in pink midi skirt, Sunday Somewhere round sunglasses, metallic sandals from Stuart Weitzman, and raffia basket bag from Nannancay

Anyway, back to the little black book. Building a large network and moreover be a part of it is the most important thing in our life. You see, simply adding new connections on LinkedIn and new friends on Facebook means nothing, if you don’t actually interact with them. It is a start, but we can all do better. And this goes to me too.

Fashion blogger Veronika Lipar of Brunette From Wall Street dressed in chic pink midi skirt with pleats, Sunday Somewhere round sunglasses, metallic sandals from Stuart Weitzman, and raffia basket bag from Nannancay

#3 What are your goals?

Right now? Being more connected with the people in my little black book. I confess I’m so bad when it comes to staying in touch with all of them. Actually to anyone. I need to get better at my time management. Because hell, no I’m not cutting off my sleep. All the contrary, sleeping more and longer is another of my goals. Oh and getting that damn HCP 50.

Fashion blogger Veronika Lipar of Brunette From Wall Street dressed in chic pink midi skirt with pleats, Sunday Somewhere round sunglasses, metallic sandals from Stuart Weitzman, and raffia basket bag from Nannancay

QUESTIONS YOU ASK ME MOST

#4 5 Things you don’t do?

#1 Believe it or not, I don’t swear in real life, when I speak in my mother language. I only swear when I think it would give more drama to my message. Or grab your attention. #2 I don’t use cellulite cream. Merely I don’t need to. #3 I don’t eat potato, pasta, bread, any gluten actually, bananas, chicken, dairy products (Well only when in France. I simply can’t resist cream Brule.), any processed food, candies. And yet, I don’t believe in super food. There’s no such thing as super food. #4 I don’t smoke. #5 I don’t have any tattoos. I guess I’m the only blogger around that hasn’t been inked. And not adding yet.

NEVER SAY NEVER BUT I WOULD NEVER WEAR

#5 Things you would never wear?

A tattoo. I would never wear a tattoo. I love my beautiful light skin as it is. Light, without any spot, silky and soft. Same goes for the eyebrows. I would never want to get that Japanese inked brows. You know what I mean. Not that I would need to. I have other methods to keep my eyebrows on fleek. Ps. I wrote about that over here.

Fashion blogger Veronika Lipar of Brunette From Wall Street wearing chic pink pleated midi skirt, Sunday Somewhere round sunglasses, metallic sandals from Stuart Weitzman, and raffia basket bag from Nannancay

As it goes for the clothes. Although I love trying new styles, there are few things I would never wear. Please kill me if you see me wearing aladins, or wide-leg jeans. Although this trend is supposed to be huge next season, I’m so not going for it. And not because it’s not my style (you know I can pull off anything), the wide-leg jeans are hideous! As it goes for the shoes, I would never wear fake leather, those ugly sandals Teva and Crocs. No go! Oh, and the fake lashes. The thought of squeezing glue and putting it on my eyelids to glue the fake hair on my eyelids horrifies me. Fingers crossed my lashes don’t fall off. Ps. To see what mascara I use go to my last beauty blog post over here.

So these were my first five answers on five of your questions. What surprised you most? Don’t forget to send me more questions. You can ask me, well anything. I’m not afraid you might not like my answers. Oh, and about the things that I’m wearing in the photos. You can get same clothes, shoes and stunning pink sunglasses in the gallery above.

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