Meet celebrity stylist Kristina Zias, Kristina is currently the Men's Personal Stylist, Men's Designer and Sportswear Sales Associate at Nordstorm. She has worked with the likes of Jack Gilinsky and Madison Beer, international superstar Ed Sheeran, Josh Gad, McKinley Freeman, Jason Alexander to name a few, not to mention Kristina is also a host at AfterBuzz TV host. We had a Q&A with Kristina and spoke all things fashion and a little bit about Kristina's career.
Find out what she had to say below...
What is a typical day in the life of Kristina Zias?
Typically I start my day waking up at 6:00 am to make sure my blog post is up and shared properly. I will then attend either a boxing class or a gym session and afterwards prepare wardrobes for my clients! Somewhere in between I try to shoot my personal look for the blog while downing loads of caffeine. Triple shot over ice. ;)
Describe your personal style... Androgynous, classic & cool with a splash of prep.
Your all time favourite trend... Menswear for women.
Your favourite favourite designer... I love Theory, Stella McCartney and Philip Lim.
3 must-have accessories for every woman’s wardrobe... A wide brim fedora, a pair of oxfords and a great belt.
Your everyday ‘uniform’? Ripped jeans, a white button down top, a hat and a pair of oxfords.
A career highlight/s... Interviewing one of my celebrity clients on the red carpet. I dressed him for the event and then was able to interview him as well. It made me realize that I can have multiple careers and be successful in many different avenues!
A celebrity who you think is always well dressed? Olivia Palermo
Which celebrity do you think is best at accessorising? I look more to bloggers then celebrities and currently I’m loving the way Danielle Bernstein from WeWoreWhat accessorises.
Your top shopping tip? If you don’t love it in the store, you will not love it at home. Also, I really believe in quality over quantity, especially for shoes!
Your definition of ‘relaxed’ fashion? Jeans, tees and a pair of boots of oxfords. Think “model off duty.”