Caroline Vazzana is known on social media for her maximalist style, but the influencer is more than it looks. Case in point: she is also a digital editor, author and now a fashion designer.
Vazzana expanded her presence on TikTok last year, after a career in social media and magazines. Although she admits that she had “no idea what [she] was doing “when posting Trendy Dances, Vazzana has found a niche in style videos and career advice.
“I realized, ‘Okay wait wait you don’t have to dance to be on this app. You can do other things, ”Vazzana explains on Zoom. “I think it’s fair to be open to what this industry throws you or what can happen to you.”
Vazzana also grew this year by launching a clothing brand with INSPR, including a vacation capsule filled with color, sequins and feathers. With a solid background in fashion, the influencer aims to share her style with the masses in an accessible way.
“I don’t know how the universe is going to roll this back, but I still feel like a part of me is supposed to be doing something like this,” shares Vazzana, who hopes to expand into props at the to come up.
As the holidays approach, Vazzana believes shiny, metallic shoes should be worn whenever possible. Her top picks include block-heeled, stiletto, and point-toe pumps, as well as chic mules.
“WWhen it comes to vacation shoes, have fun, don’t settle for the solid black pump with the sequin dress; opt for a pop of color or a matching sparkle shoe», Advises Vazzana.
Vazzana rose to prominence as ‘Modern Day Carrie Bradshaw’, with a wardrobe of stylish shoes including Manolo Blahnik Hangisi pumps. Its must-have pairs range from graphic heels to colorful boots.
“The Manolos are classic. I like good Manolo shoes, I think they are beautiful shoes, ”shares Vazzana, who also often wears Miu Miu Mary Janes, Prada wedges and Christian Louboutin sneakers. “I have the impression of being very varied, I dress according to my mood.
As an it-girl, Vazzana always attends catwalks by Christian Siriano, Anna Sui, Missoni and more during Fashion Month. In the spring, she looks forward to 2022 styles like oversized shoulders, bright colors, and maximalism.
“What I expected to see, and then I did, was this fun fashion renaissance,” says Vazzana. “I think people are dying to wear color and go out and wear something fun and exaggerate their styles and think over it because they couldn’t make it over. of the last year.