Fashion Fanatics | Suze Cato

FASHION FANATICS | SUZE CATOIntroducing Suze Cato, AKA the queen of outfit flat lays. You may have seen her cool 90ies inspired outfits pop up on your Instagram feed! This 22 year old Fashion Fanatic is currently living in Amsterdam where she did some awesome internships at Vice and NSMBL. Want to know more about Suze’s view on fashion? Hit the continue reading button <3

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My fascination with garments started when I was about 7 years old and always drew my very own “designs”. I even took sewing lessons to pursue my fashion designer dreams. I was the weird kid with the ballerina shoes with skulls on them and I loved it. In high school we had to visit universities to explore our future but schools like AMFI were just not for me. Instead I went to uni and studied the theory of fashion and its’s connection to identity in Stockholm. I am intrigued by the Scandinavion fashionworld and how progressive they are with gender issues and feminism. I still plan on working in fashion in the future, but heck knows where I’ll end up!

I would call myself a feminist and I get tired of people that feel intimidated by that term. It’s not a matter of becoming ‘better’ than men – it’s a matter of having the same human and normative rights. I feel like fashion can really improve things for everyone, not just women. I want to wear what I want, without being restricted to gendernorms. Why do we have to wear uncomfortable pencil skirts and heels to be seen as a professional? It’s about time that those outdated and unwritten rules are going to be erased. What you wear should define you as a person, not a sexe.

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I don’t really know how to describe my fashion sense. I think it is a bit all over the place. You can see me wearing mom jeans and a wonderfully ugly vintage shirt, but on other days I love wearing floral dresses and big chunky boots or platforms. It might be a mixture of 90s inspiration mixed with new fabrics, prints and colours.


Want to stay in touch with Suze? Make sure to give her a follow on Instagram!

-XOXO-

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  • jane

    Thanks for the introduction, just followed her on Instagram!
    I can very much agree with her views on fashion and feminism, which are two very special topics for myself (and my blog) as well!

    Oh and I like your blog too!
    xx
    Jana from http://rosegoldelectra.wordpress.com

    • Joy

      Ah cool great to hear that Jane!
      Happy to have made the introduction <3

      -X-