My name is Polina, I am excorporate worker turned entrepreneur. I manage an entertainment events and also work as a personal fashion stylist. Particularly I call myself an eco stylist, as I pay a lot of attention to sustainability in my work.

We spent 5 minutes with Polina.
From power outfit inspo to guilty pleasures, read on to discover more about their style AND story.

How would you describe your everyday style?

I went through an evolution of my personal style and the key words that describe my style are: sensual, feminine, modern city chic, resort style, colourful, elegant.

How did you fit Emma into your lifestyle?

I consciously choose to shop with sustainable brands as much as I can so it was great to learn about all the Emma Wallace sustainable efforts. First time I worn my items was during my vacation in Thailand and it fits my style perfectly: colourful, feminine, elegant, comfortable ❤ ❤

What is your top styling tip everyone should know?

That’s a tough one. Generally speaking: find what makes you happy and wear it.
But if we go more practical then probably the one that will apply to
most is. Semi-fitted cut is usually the most flattering one. Swap
your skinny jeans to straight cut and a tight top to a more airy one.

What’s a go-to power outfit you wear?

Elegant, well tailored dress and heels. I also love a blazer, especially in some interesting color!

Your favourite colour to wear?

Ohhh. I love to wear colourful clothes in general.. the favourite ones probably would have to be red and darker shades of green.

What is the first thing you do in the morning?

Kiss my fiancé and check my phone.

3 words your friends would use to describe you.

I don’t want to assume but some definitions I’ve heard before were: feminine, organized, creative.

Who is your celeb style muse?

As a stylist, you would think I’m supposed to have one but actually I don’t have one. Let’s go with Victoria Beckham, I love how she played with colors and shapes.

Best advice you’ve ever been given?

Another tough one. The first that came to my mind is: when you need a relationship with someone, it’s too late to build it. Not in a romantic sense, but in terms of just human connection and networking.

What’s your favourite guilty pleasure?

Watching Survivor and eating Nutella with raspberries

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