I first asked her to tell more about her self and what she does along with her website.
I was born Tatyana, but I go by the name “JayneDo” .. when fashion is involved . I am originally from Houston, Texas but I relocate often. I am a business woman, entrepreneur, fashion designer, stylist,blogger,fashion journalist, personal shopper,consultant, magazine contributor and a fashion retail management major that would love to venture into fashion photography once my workload lightens up. I do any and everything that has anything to do with fashion. Fashionphuckery.com is a MEGASITE that showcases the talents of fashion personnel worldwide, home to my portfolio, the latest in fashion news and tips, interviews from local talent and celebrities, and much much more. I really wanted to create a fashion-site, that makes you come back time after time .. like a fashion home.
Q:How and why did you decide to do this type of work?
A: Honestly.. It was never anything planned . I think people have certain callings or reasons why they’ve been place on this earth. Fashion is my calling. When I was a young girl, I used to make Barbie doll clothes out of toilet tissue.. paper mâché dresses. I’ve always been a hustler , I used to sell everything I could get my hands on .. It just manifested into what it is today through hard work, being innovative , and staying true to my personal style. Fashion has always been apart of my life, I didn’t just discover it recently and became a stylist . Fashion is my destiny.
Q:What are your job responsibilities?
A:I have so many responsibilities . I design, alter and revamp clothing. With styling and personal shopping, I have to buy clothes, pull pieces, network with designers and study my clients to a science. I have to stay hip to the latest trends and fashion, even if I don’t follow them, I study fashion a lot.. Input together photo shoots, I’m always invited to do press at events .. there is no ending to my responsibilities. I just did all of these things today. lol There’s more, but I don’t think we have enough time for that.
Q:Describe your typical day at work.
A: A typical day is very unpredictable . No sleep is ever involved . This week was very busy..so I was a little all over the place. Today I had a photo shoot with the face of my company, Ania of LacedNLamez and also Klarke of KlarkesKloset. We went shopping, I put some looks together and we had a shoot. I’ll most likely be up all night updating my site and constructing more shoots before my busy day tomorrow .
Q:What personal traits and skills are necc. for your job?
A. Patience is most important. Education is vital as well, and I’m not talking the things they teach you in school but the things you learn from life itself. Ambition. Drive. Passion and an eye for fashion. This have to be a field that you were destined to do, not just something you think you will be good at just because you have style.
Q:What type of education and training is required?
A: Honestly, none. Unless you want to do something technical or corporate . No one has ever asked me for a degree or certificate. Fashion roots from talent, there’s no classes for that. I have the talent, I’m just in school now just incase I want to go corporate. I like to keep my options open.
Q:What is the beginning salary range and what are the benefits of your job?
A: Salary varies. Depends on what you do and how well you do it . In this industry you have the option to create your own salary.
Q:What are the basic guidelines when styling someone?
A: I like to get a feel for the persons personality. I’m very observant, so I look for body language, posture .. things like that. After having a conversation with them or listening to them talk, I usually know by then which direction I want to go.
Q:Describe your style
A: My style is indescribable . It has no direction , and it isn’t easily identifiable . That’s where the name “JayneDo” come from.
Q:What are your favorite trends this season?
A: Peplum , Jerseys and Neon. Metallics , overalls and leather is also a favorite of mine .
Q:What trend would you like to see go?
A: Spandex dresses, I wish they were gone like yesterday. They’re very cheap looking and everyone wears them for every thing.
Q:What items do you slurge on?
A: Hmmmm. I used to splurge heavily on blazers, they’re still my weakness now .. but as of lately I’ve been so attentive to work and my clients, I haven’t had the time yet to splurge on myself. But when I do shop, I probably spend a lot on shoes.
Q:What is your most favorite outfit that you have worn?
A: My favorite outfit .. that’s a tough one . I have the boxing pants, they’re neon greens and blues and they came from the 80’s, they look like something Will Smith would wear. I wish I could wear them everyday, but I can’t. lol
I wore it with a white tank, and glitter platforms .
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- Wear colors that make you feel happy and pretty. When you feel good in your clothes, you’ll look good in your clothes.
- Follow the three F’s: flatters, fits, finances.
- If you’re looking to control your budget, don’t end your search at big-box discount stores. Although they are always lowering prices, you can find even cheaper stuff at second-hand shops.
- If you want to really be unique, you can make your own clothes and accessories. Of course, this will require skill in sewing, crocheting, etc.
- Don’t be afraid to copy. If you admire someone’s style, borrow ideas from them. Just keep the number of elements you copy to a minimum or you may rub them the wrong way.
- If you’re a girl, try new makeup. Visit the makeup section of a department store for a complimentary makeover. Tell the makeup artist what you’re interested in, but be willing to accept his/her input; you could be hiding your best features. Be prepared to purchase at least one thing as a thank-you.
- Have fun clothes with loud prints and cool patterns.
- Don’t dwell on it if someone copies you. There’s more to you than your style and there’s more to your style than that one aspect. Take it as a compliment and find something new.
At the end of the day, developing a unique style is something that I believe everyone who cares about fashion should do. I know it might be more work to find unique pieces and work them your way than it would be to just buy whatever’s new at the mall, but it’s so incredibly worth it. Don’t let a retail store define you: define yourself and show your personality off through what you wear! That’s what REAL fashion is all about anyway. ♡♡♡
I hope that kind of helped! 🙂 I decided to include some outfit pictures for some inspiration!
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As many of you all know, I love shopping at thrift stores and wearing vintage clothing. My number one reason that I love for shopping at thrift stores is that I am buying things that really no one else has and if someone does have it, it’s prob not where I live. If you haven’t tried thrifting, you totally should. Here are some things that I picked up today!
Hello loves, long time no blog but don’t worry I didn’t go anywhere. Thank you to all the people that likes, commented and followed my blog!! I’m almost at 50 followers!!!! 😀 I logged onto wordpress today just to check comments and such and I saw that I received a blogger award from ‘BeautyInformer‘. She nominated me for the Sunshine Blogging Award! I was really happy being this is my very first blog award!!!! I also love these awards because it lets readers know more about the blogger. Along with the award comes a list of questions that you answer and that is what I am going to be doing today. I am also going to nominate another lovely lady!! So here we go..
What is the default song you put on when you want to listen to something but don’t feel like choosing?
I usually put on one of my playlist on Spotify.
What do you do when you’re uncomfortable in a social situation?
STAY ON MY PHONE LOL!
What subtly obnoxious behavior bothers you most in others?
I hate when people are loud for no reason! Just plain loud , it’s so annoying!!
What article of clothing do you own that you know is stupid but you really like anyway?
My hair bows. To some people they say its for little girls but it adds some type of excitement to my hair 🙂
Do you like typing better or hand writing, and why?
typing because it looks so perfect.
What writer would you like to believe writes in the style that you think in?
Is time alone liberating or depressing?
Have you ever written a letter to someone and never given it to them?
yup, a couple of times
What movie influenced you most, and was that influence psychological, aesthetic, or both?
I don’t really have a movie that has influenced me; I don’t really watch movies much.
The girl I nominate is http://kaymoxieblog.wordpress.com/
Go check out her blog! She is an amazing outfit stylist and I love reading her blog everyday!
This topic brings about lots of discussion and difference of opinions, both good and bad. This is going to be from my opinion and my thoughts but feel free to leave your thoughts about it. I think that blonde hair on african american women looks gorgeous. With that being said, there are times that it just doesn’t look right. Most times it’s not even about the color. I’ve been reading lots of forums and blogs about this topic and they give examples of bad blonde hair on african american women. I noticed that the hair is just a bad weave! The weave is nappy or the cut and style just doesn’t flatter their face shape. I honestly do not think it’s because their hair is blonde. I hate the stereotype that african american women should not wear blonde hair. I couldn’t disagree more. Who made the rules of what each race can do? I feel that society has made us to believe certain things are for certain people. Society is always saying “BE YOURSELF!” but when we choose to express ourselves, we are looked down upon. Every other race can choose to dye their hair any color and it’s alright for them but if an african american women decides to do the same thing, she is judged.
I think that it is really sad that our society is this way. Everyone should be about to do what they want and how they want. If an african american woman wants to be blonde, let her. If a white woman wants dreds, let her! Who are we to say what’d good for them?! Most people are uneducated when it comes to topics like this. Melanesians are an ethnic group from Melanesia, an island around Australia, and what is amazing about these people is that they are the only dark skinned people in the entire world to naturally have blond hair!
Read more at http://www.omg-facts.com/Science/Melanesians-Are-The-Only-Dark-Skinned-Pe/51251#7Ih6IFG6ARYymPuw.99
Basically what I am saying is, african american women should not be looked down upon for having blonde hair. It’s just hair for goodness sakes. With all the problems in the world right now, are you really worried about someone’s hair color?! Everyone should be allowed to express their individuality! I have received a lot of heat on this topic because I want to dye my hair blonde. The number one response I got was that I am too dark. -__- I really get upset when I hear that! Even though I get upset, I get over it pretty quickly! I don’t really listen to people’s opinions from the way I dress to the way I do my hair. I am an individual and I love standing out. People are constantly telling me that they admire me because I don’t care about what others think of me!
This is a comment a girl left under one of my instagram pictures:
[ “Ok I just followed you and was skimming through your pictures and reading your captions. I really like you. Your very pretty and can dress. You actually inspired me not to care about what others think about my sense of style. Thank you]
Seeing things like that really make my day. At the end of the day, you have to make yourself happy because that’s all that matters. No matter what you do in this world you are going to have people judge you. So why not have people judge you for something you love then something you are doing just to fit in? I’m going to go blonde simply because I like it and I want to do it. I could care less what others may sy about it, because really at the end of the day, IT’S JUST HAIR!!
As you all know I love fashion, but I also love doing my hair!! I decided to share a hair review for all you ladies that love sew-ins, clips-ins and all that jazz. This hair that I am reviewing is the Bobbi Boss Yaki Natural Straight. You can find this item online but your beauty supply store may also carry this hair. I used two packs of the hair in the lenghts 20″ and 18″ and I also use some leftover hair from another hair brand in 16″. The color is used is 1B (off black). This hair is pretty good hair. I didn’t seal my wefts and I also cut my wefts so I experienced some shedding. This hair curls very wells and also straighten very well too for a very natural flowy look. I did experience some tangling, but I just used a brush to brush it out. When I wash this hair it will air dry straight unless It was previously curled. If I had curled the hair, brush it out then washed it and let it air dry, it would turn out to be a very pretty wave with a lot of volume and body. I wore this hair for 2 months. I would recommend this hair to anyone who is looking for hair that they will only be using for short term. Therefore if you are looking for hair that will last you 6 months to a year, I suggest getting Virgin hair. Overral the hair was great. I received compliments daily on my hair. Here are a few pictures of the hair.