I’m Eleasha, a British fashion blogger from London. I started blogging three years ago when I became engrossed in the luxury community on YouTube. I created my YouTube channel as an outlet to share my latest luxury purchases and a few months later, I created my blog to share weekly outfit posts to inspire women of all ages across the world.
Aside from blogging, I work full-time in SEO, which allows me to continue my creativity within my career.
How will you describe your fashion style?
My style has really fluctuated since starting my blog, when I first began blogging my style was very trendy and chic, always incorporating luxury fashion with affordable high-street fashion. However, as time went on I struggled with my style and stared experimenting with mass-market low-end brands thinking it might appeal to a wider audience. However, I soon realised I wasn’t being true to myself and I’ve now reverted back to my true personal style.
My go-to look is a large chunky knit, distressed skinny jeans and block heeled ankle boots as it works well for the climate I live in. I also like wearing bright colours as it compliments my skin-tone and can instantly transform my look.
What is the best compliment you have received?
I attended a Primark press day last season and someone approached me and said they really admired my Instagram and blog content and could see all the hard work I put into my posts. This made me get really emotional and boosted my confidence a lot.
In general though, I always receive compliments on my legs.
Where do you love to shop from?
High-street: Topshop, Zara, New Look and Primark
Luxury: Louis Vuitton, Kenzo, Givenchy, Saint Laurent, Sandro, Maje, Iro and Acne
Have you been in an embarrassing or crazy situation that is funny now?
Yes back in 2011 (it was so embarrassing I even remember the year) I was dancing in a nightclub with an extremely good looking guy I liked at the time. We were both quite intoxicated that night and somehow he lost his balance and fell down on the floor. In the process of falling down he dragged me down with him and when I stood back up my weave/wig had fallen off my head! Literally the most embarrassing moment of my life!
Is there any superstition you believe in?
I’m not a very superstitious person, I believe in making your own luck and working hard for everything you want so breaking a mirror or walking underneath a ladder won’t impact my future.
If you could time travel, what will you like to experience or witness?
This might sound a little negative but honestly I would never want to travel back in time to any era, it’s hard enough living as a woman of colour in 2018, let alone back in the 1950’s!
What is the funniest or lamest attempt a guy has tried to know you?
Last summer I walked into a coffee shop called ‘Pret’ and sat down to eat my lunch, when a guy asked me where I was from. I told him I’m British and I was born here, he said ‘Oh really? I thought you were from heaven!’ It was stupid but was a very good ice-breaker and we continued talking throughout lunch but I never saw him again.
Thank you for taking the time to answer our questions Eleasha. One question before we end, how do you define “sexy”?
One word, ‘confidence’! Sex appeal cannot exist without confidence. Once you learn to love yourself (your mind, body and soul) you will naturally become sexy and more appealing to the opposite sex. Be careful not to go overboard because you don’t want to appear arrogant.
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