My first experience in a Movie + personal thoughts

First of all you will have to excuse my lack of posts this month, I have been quite busy.
Last week I worked in a film set for the first time as an extra. A couple of months ago I decided to do something with my life now that I am unemployed and with a lot of free time. I joined a models agency and I have been looking for jobs in the movie business.

Last week I worked for two days non stop in a film set of a Spanish movie (I won’t reveal its name ’cause it’s top secret!) and loved the experience, although it is exhausting. Working from 7am to 7pm is not healthy ahah. Working as an extra is not a big thing, but you get to see how movies are made and be in the same room as movie stars, although it’s not Hollywood.

And now here come my thoughts about something I was told by several people during the filming: Become a model, yes or no?

People close to me have told me that I could model for Vintage-inspired brands, such as Collectif Clothing or Lindy Bop, among others. My friends and followers on Instagram always compliment me about my styling and I often get asked for a photograph on the street. That doesn’t happen to many girls out there, does it?
I am really considering this. I am not perfect and my body is not the best in the world, but I love being photographed and sharing my passion for vintage, although where I live (Spain) it is nearly impossible to succeed in this area (vintage fashion and modeling). Anyway, I think I will try! If you never try, you never know! 😉

So what do you think about the idea of becoming a model? Would you get into it?


Friday inspiration: Mia Wallace from Pulp Fiction

We all know who she is. She first blew our minds in 1994, and since then, she has become an iconic figure. And not only a film icon; Uma Thurman‘s portrayal of a young and adventurous wife has inspired many women from all over the world. 
Quentin Tarantino created a fascinating character inspired by pulp stories from the 50s, adding a modern twist to the character. 
Her perfectly cut bob, her daring expression, and Uma Thurman’s charisma have already made Mia Wallace eternal. There’s one in every costume party, and many women have found an inspirational character to look up to. 
Why? She represents women in a unique way; she can be feminine and also be bossy and fabulous. 
Now, shall we drink a 5$ milkshake to celebrate? 
Happy Friday! 

Friday Inspiration: Anna Karina

What Can we say about the beautiful Anna Karina? She was a total babe back in the 60s, thanks to the Nouvelle Vague and her soon to be husband, director Jean-Luc Godard. She has starred in masterpieces such as Vivre Sa Vie, Pierrot le fou and Alphaville. Probably one of the most controversial characters she portrayed was in Vivre Sa Vie, where she played a young and intellectual prostitute who sold her body to experience new things.
Not only she became Jean-Luc Godard‘s muse: she also became his wife. 
Her style has changed throughout the years, but always keeping it classy and very european. Look at her carefully: she could rock a beret, look fabulous with messy hair and beautiful with no make up on. 

Friday Inspiration: Carey Mulligan

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Joven, británica y con mucho estilo. Así es Carey Mulligan, actriz nacida hace 28 años en el Reino Unido. Saltó a la fama por su impresionante papel en An Education, historia basada en hechos reales en el Londres de los años 60. Más recientemente ha participado en Drive, junto a Ryan Gosling, Inside Llewyn Davis y como Daisy Buchanan en The Great Gatsby

Casada con el líder de Mumford & Sons, Carey sigue la moda del momento pero dejándose influenciar por el estilo preppy y chic tan propio de los 60. Su corte garçon ya se ha convertido en un icono.
Young, British and very Stylish. That’s Carey Mulligan, actress born 28 years ago in the United Kingdom. She became a worldwide phenomenon for her brilliant character in An Education, based on true events in 1960’s London. Recently she has appeared in Drive, with Ryan Gosling, Inside Llewyn Davis and as Daisy Buchanan in The Great Gatsby
Married to Mumford & Sons‘ frontman, Carey follows today’s fashion with a twist into the preppy and chic look, very popular in the 60s. Her garçon haircut is already iconic.