Hey guys! I’ve been having so much fun with interviewing all my fashion blogger friends, I hope you’re enjoying these interview as well! For today’s article I interviewed my friend Sarah, many might already know her blog Framboise Fashion.

The first thing I noticed when I met Sarah is that she is disturbingly pretty. I’m not exaggerating, it’s quite rare for girls to be this pretty. The second thing I found out about her is that she has an amazing eye for all things creative and is very talented. So no doubt that she is sky very high on my favorite fashion blogger list. I’m sure every single one of you is going to adore this girl and her amazing blog as much as I do. Find out more about her below as I asked her many personal and blogging questions!

How would you like to introduce yourself to my readers?

I’m Sarah Mikaela of the blog Framboise Fashion, I’m 22 years old and from Denmark / Australia and I live in amazing London.

Why did you start blogging?

I started blogging 5 years ago, when the concept was only just starting. I had no idea what it was, and just thought it would be a fun way to put my interest of fashion and photography together, and I’ve never regretted it. It’s so much fun and I love how my blog allows me to explore beautiful cities and meet amazing new people.


I think you’re such an incredible positive person, you have this super positive vibe around you all the time, do you have an advice for girls on how to wake up positive every day?

It sounds simple, but I always count my blessings. Having met you being one of them! I believe in finding happiness in the small things and understanding that money, relationships, work-situations – anything connected to modern life goes up and down, and trying to love every day for what it is. Also, I’ve heard that studies show that people who wake up with fresh flowers wake up happy! Now, I don’t know if this has an effect, but I have quite the botanical garden in my bedroom. 🙂

How did you experience blogging next to studying full time? A lot of girls do this.. What are the pro’s and what are the con’s?

Recently I was at a cross-road regarding this, as I’d gotten a place at my dream course, doing Womenswear at London College of Fashion. Having studied at Central Saint Martins before, I knew how much time, passion, blood, sweat and tears would have to go in to it, and made the tough decision of turning the place down. In my case, I can only do something 110%, and I knew that taking on a full-time study, would leave no time or energy towards my blog which would be heartbreaking for me. I believe it’s possible, also depending on which type of course it is, but for me it was spreading myself too thin.

Whom do you envision as your target reader?

Fashion conscious girls with their mind and hearts in the right place. Style is not just about what we wear, but the people we are and what we represent in our actions. I’m so grateful for anyone who wants to spend time on the blog and who benefit from the content. It’s what makes it all worth while!

Are there any fashion icons or famous people whose style you admire?

YOU! Also, I’m mad for Leandra Medine and Tamu McPherson’s style. They are both experimental and have an approach to fashion that makes it fun and not too serious.

3 random facts people might surprise?

1. I’m like an elephant in a porcelain shop – I’m quite a clumsy person!
2. Have an extremely close relationship to hot chocolates. Always with whipped cream. More cream than hot chocolate actually..
3. I’ve never had red meat!


With your Aussie and Danish heritage and you living in the UK you have a bundle of planet earth in you. Which country do you feel is closes to your heart? And what is your ultimate dream country to visit?

It’s very difficult to say. Obviously, being born and raised in Denmark, this country brought me up and is the culture that’s shaped me. That being said, my parents put a lot of effort in to making me feel equally Australian, so Oz means a lot to me and I would love to live there some day as well.

How do you see the blogging world in two years from now?

I’m very unsure to be honest. I hope and believe that the interest in blogs will be there as now, but I see everything going mobile, so who knows if we’ll even be visiting the blogs the way we are now! I find that the social media is the direct communication with the readers, and the blog is the universe of that person. It’s changed so much in the 5 years I’ve been blogging, so I have no doubt  that we’re going to see changes in the years to come for sure!

Big thanks to Sarah for this interview and I hope you all enjoy her blog as much as I do! Now for these upcoming weeks, any requests on who I should interview? Big kiss!



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