1. She’s A Seasoned Pro
She may not be one of the biggest blogger names, but Julia has been a regular face on the fashion circuit for years. Quietly building her profile, we love her resistance to showy, peacock styling.
2. She Has A Real Blog
Unlike legions of Insta-famous personalities, Julia curates and edits fashion and lifestyle diary Number 93, featuring everything from her outfits to her exotic travels to health and wellness tips.
3. She Loves The High Street
Granted there’s plenty of Chanel, Chloe and Burberry comprising her wardrobe, but Julia has a penchant for high street finds too – a Zara skirt and boots combo on the SS18 runway circuit in particular went viral in fashion circles.
4. She Sticks To Neutrals
Creams, greys and tonal shades comprise the majority of Julia’s wardrobe. Trenches are a key part of her uniform (she has everything from vinyl designs to classic Burberry prints), which she pairs with denim or black for a smart, easy-to-replicate look.
5. She Picks Choice Accessories
It’s how she styles her outfits that makes her a fashion favourite – a well-placed cross-body, an unexpected belt, a killer pair of sock boots. Julia’s style is all about making a well-balanced statement.
6. She’s Always Polished
Whether she’s wearing casual denim or more elevated separates, Julia is consistent with her beauty look – glossy hair, statement lip and flawless skin make every edit look pulled together.
7. She Has Real Clout
Julia has worked with brands from Hermes to Louis Vuitton, Dior to Jimmy Choo, as well as collaborating with big hotel names on travel content – front row at every show and a favourite of the street style photographers, she’s an established name to know.
8. She’s Part Of A Double Act
Her sister Sylvia is also a well-known blogger and influencer – her style is more eclectic than Julia’s (oversized tailoring, androgynous accessories, quirky glasses), meaning between them there’s plenty of street style fodder for all tastes.
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