Jack Taylor

WEEK 9 – STUDENT INTERVIEW – SARRA BEAUZIL

This week I interviewed Sarra Beauzil. Sarra is a sophomore at CSULB with her major being child development. Her ultimate goal is to be a social worker. She is very interested on working on cases to help children; either by taking them out of a bad environment or by providing assistance for the parents. Her original major was nursing but she was really freaked out by having to draw blood so she decided to go with a different major in a similar feild with helping others.

Something interesting that I found out about Sarra is that she is a fashion blogger.  Screen Shot 2014-10-26 at 11.22.06 PMShe likes to make “sets” and post it on her blog to show her style. I didn’t know what a set was so she explained that you go online and use all of the fashions from stores and put together an outfit that you would wear. You then get a little snap shot of your outfit to post on a blog or whatever type of social media. I found it really cool and looked at a couple of her sets that she put together. 

Screen Shot 2014-10-26 at 11.22.15 PMI asked Sarra if she can read someone by how they dress. She said that it depend on where she is. Sarra confessed that for school she does not try to look cute and impress. She will rock a pair of sweats and a tee shirt and not see it as a bad thing. “Sweats doesn’t mean you have bad style, just means you didn’t care this morning.” But when she goes on instagram or facebook she does judge their style. She feels that what you post is representing yourself and it’s how you want the world to look at you so this is how you want to be presented.

Even though she has a passion for fashion blogging she sees it secondary to her schooling and goals of becoming a social worker.

GO CHECK OUT SARRA’S FASHION BLOG!!

http://sarraelizabette.wordpress.com/

IF YOU WANNA MAKE YOUR OWN SET LIKE SARRA CHECK IT OUT ON POLYVORE!!

http://www.polyvore.com/

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