Hey there, introduce yourself!
I am Tiffany Daniels-Harris, a 26-year-old, Washington, D.C. based blogger who has a passion for making fashion statements and helping others express themselves through personal style.
I am a Wife, Scientist, and Content Creator. I write about my favorite fashion finds and the #patternless intersections of fashion, lifestyle, and spirituality. As a content creator and stylist, I connect one-on-one with my audience to provide content that inspires their individual style, which is always on trend!
"I am also the wife of a senior pastor, so there is a certain level of challenge that goes with being a "first lady" of a church."
Lovely to meet you, welcome to the Asikara blog. What inspired you to start blogging/creating content?
Like many, I started blogging as a form of creative outlet, but it then turned into a love for content creation, marketing and sharing my gifts in styling with the goal to inspire and make my clients feel the most beautiful.
It sounds like you're on an amazing journey! Seen as it's already November, do you have any goals you're looking to smash before the end of the year?
My goals for the rest of the year is to grow my platform, meet new people and increase my clientele.
Encouragement from the Asikara Crew, #Yougotthis! How would you describe your styling process? Are there any tips or rules you follow when working with clients?
When I style clients, I try to get to know my client and try to capture their "essence" and not just what they ask me, because then, with the knowledge of each client, I am able to bring out a certain part of them, through style, that they never thought they would like.
How would you describe your style? Do you have a favourite outfit?
I love anything with an oversized blazer, an ethereal, flowy dress and a pointed shoe!
"Style is something each of us already has, all we need to do is find it." —Diane von Furstenberg
Are there any tips you have for us here on the blog?
This is advice from my late sister, Kelly "Less is more!"
Your sister was clearly a wise woman! I couldn't help but notice that the first thing you describe yourself as is a wife, we'd love to know why so tell us more...
My husband and I met in undergrad at Lincoln University of PA. He was a senior and I was a sophomore, so when he graduated and went to graduate school in Atlanta, we maintained a long-distance relationship for 3 years until he graduated and we met back in Washington, D.C. where attended graduate and he started his career.
A few months later after moving to D.C., he proposed to me, and within 9 months, we were married! Being a young wife to Brandon is beautiful because he is an amazing person inside and out, and we share a beautiful and intimate bond.
My best friend once said to me 'Marrying the right person, your best friend, is like having someone you can do life with, you're in it together.' I'm a hopeless romantic. What challenges have you faced in your marriage so far? there are some challenges because, at the time, I was the first and only one of my friend groups to get married, which drastically changed the way we related to each other. I am also the wife of a senior pastor, so there is a certain level of challenge that goes with being a "first lady" of a church.
Being married at a young age, to the right person, can be adventurous because we get to have someone to grow up with essentially. Brandon and I have seen each other through multiple stages of our lives, praying for and cheering each other on.
I can imagine that being a Pastor's wife has some added stereotypes and it's really nice to actually see things from your perspective. Thank you so much for sharing with us. How can we keep up with you? Where can we find you? IG/Twitter: @heyyymrsharris
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