Q & A with Monica Sepulveda

Beauty is radiating from the streets of Old Town, Pasadena. Monica Sepulveda, a RWF employee from Ontario, CA shines in this simple setting. Inspired by vintage French chic, and love for leather, there is a sense of nostalgia and noir mystery. You're going to want to read about how she illuminates her nostalgic style. 

Q: How many pairs of shoes do you own? Which pair is your favorite?

MS: Honestly, I have no clue. I've never actually tried counting my shoes. That would take too long, but I can say that I have way more then 100 pairs. Favorite pair easily would be my Jeffrey Campbell black boots.

Q: What are the three most worn items in your closet?

MS: My leather jacket, creepers and hat!

Q: What's the last piece of clothing your purchased?

MS: I just got my hands on this amazing vintage black blazer at the local thrift shop.

Q: What style icon's closet do you wish you had?

MS: I would say Brigitte Bardot. I don't know why, she is the cutest thing to me. I love her and her fashion, especially because I'm in love with that era. She was the french chic, simple but flawless. She is the reason why I love high knee boots.

Q: What is the most treasured item in your closet?

MS: Would be my leather jacket!!! It was a gift and it was love at first sight.

Q: Any secret talents or hobbies?

MS: I don't think I have any secret talent that's anything major. Hobbies, I love to hike new and bigger places, cliff jumping and travel. Doing makeup is a hobby and talent.

Q: Describe yourself in three words.

MS: Ambitious, independent and determined.

Q: What is the most outrageous thing you've ever worn?

MS: When I thought it was okay to wear a pattern legging paired with this oversize polka dot sweater! I thought mix-matching patterns would be okay. Well not with this one!

Q: What is the most expensive style your splurged on? Was is worth it?

MS: Of course it's shoes! They were my Jeffrey Campbell Forks leather black boot. You can never pass on a black leather boot.

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