Fashion is for Everyone and Everywhere

Ana Prodanovich's thoughts on fashion being for everyone and everywhere.

After graduating college in June, I moved back home to spend some time with my family. They live in Naples, Florida, a small tropical town that was named after Naples, Italy because of its beautiful bays. When I was in high school, I couldn’t wait to leave. I was very eager to pursue my fashion dreams in a bigger city. Eventually, I  started my college career in Philadelphia, moved to New York City for a year-long internship, and studied abroad at the London College of Fashion. Through a lot of personal growth, my perspective on career/life has tremendously changed. I learned to have patience with everything that I pursue, for life’s a marathon, not a sprint (as cliche as that sounds). Now I cherish my time at home and even though I don’t plan on staying here forever, the experience has been nothing short of paradise.

This blog has turned into a medium for expressing my ever-evolving personal style that is always adapting to new scenarios and places. My biggest transition thus far has been Florida’s lack of seasons. Last year, I wouldn’t have even dared to leave my apartment without a jacket. However, my light sweater, long vest, and booties can still be a great ensemble to layer under a coat for when I do move back up North. I am only wearing one glove because in Florida it’s too warm to wear both… Totally kidding, this was a design decision. I like my outfits to have character, even if that means being little quirky or unexpected. My time off from school has led me to realize the truth about fashion: it is for everyone and everywhere. There is no logic behind the thought of having to live in a big city to make the most out of style.

Ana Prodanovich's thoughts on fashion being for everyone and everywhere.

Ana Prodanovich's thoughts on fashion being for everyone and everywhere.

Ana Prodanovich's thoughts on fashion being for everyone and everywhere.

Ana Prodanovich's thoughts on fashion being for everyone and everywhere.

Ana Prodanovich's thoughts on fashion being for everyone and everywhere.

Ana Prodanovich's thoughts on fashion being for everyone and everywhere.

Ana Prodanovich's thoughts on fashion being for everyone and everywhere.

Ana Prodanovich's thoughts on fashion being for everyone and everywhere.

Ana Prodanovich's thoughts on fashion being for everyone and everywhere.

 

Credits: Styling by Ana Prodanovich, Stills by Hernan

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