Meet the Stylist: Will N.
1. Hi Will, where are you from? Originally from Ann Arbor, Michigan, but I grew up in Northern Virginia!
2. What’s your patronus? Definitely a zebra. I’ve always had a connection with them and their fabulous high contrast stripes. Also, they are always dressed for any occasion!
3. How would you describe your personal style? The easiest way to describe my style is layered. People always say depth creates interest, so I’ve applied that to my wardrobe! I love to layer different things over one another to create a beautiful image and hopefully it makes an outfit. It could be three collared shirts on top of each other or sequins on rhinestones on sequins. Whatever the occasion I’ve learned to always layer!!
4. Who is your style muse and why? I would have to say John Galliano. He creates and wears clothing that stands out in the most beautiful way possible! Besides Galliano, Queen Elizabeth I is my all time style inspiration. She knew how to dress!
5. If I could go into a Bombfella’s closet and throw out one article of clothing, it would be … My personal belief is there is an occasion for everything. You never know when you might need to wear something! But if I had to choose one thing, I would say anything that is stained. Stains are never worth wearing.
6. If I had to send the same item to every Bombfella, it would be… A great pair of dark wash jeans! Everyone looks good in dark wash jeans!
7. Best style advice you’ve ever got: Be yourself and wear what makes you happy! Dress how you want to! Style is all about self expression!
8. Style advice you want to give your Bombfellas: Try something new! The best outfits I’ve put together for myself have worked because I tried something new! the best part about trying something new is if you like what you tried you open yourself up to an entire world of possibilities you never thought of before!
9. The weirdest thing we might find in your Google search history: Most recently, my weirdest google searches include: “Prince William in drag,” “how long does it take to hand sequin a Victorian ballgown,” and “my name is not Susan.”