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If it is one thing all bloggers have in common it is passion; be it passion for fashion, art, beauty, photography, food, or interior design bloggers devote hours and hours a week to their passions and in some cases even while holding down a full-time job.

Such as the case with Selma of LaSelmaStyle.com. I met Selma a few years ago through the NewYork City Style Collective and I remember being eager to meet her after following her blog and Instagram feed and keeping up with her fabulous shoots. Selma has great style and is not just another pretty face.

Though fashion is a true passion for her, Selma instead chose to dedicate her life to helping others and went to school for Social Work

Born in Kosovo she immigrated to the U.S in 2004 with her parents and siblings. Settling in the New York area Selma was exposed to many different cultures and life styles in addition to the customs of her home country. And of course being in one of the most fashionable cities in the world, it is no wonder that fashion lit a spark in Selma. Though fashion is a true passion for her, Selma instead chose to dedicate her life to helping others and went to school for Social Work. She works full=time as a social worker but still does fashion on the side part-time.

Today, when she is not working at the hospital where she works with children and parents of under-served communities you will find her on the streets of New York donning the most fashionable of attire which she posts to her fun and highly addictive Instagram Feed.

I was lucky enough to attend NYFW with Selma and I shot her between shows in downtown Manhattan. I had a great time shooting her and as they say the camera loves her, and I think you will too. So be sure to read on for my Q&A with Selma and if you are a blogger in the New York City area and want to be featured be sure to reach out.

1) What inspired you to go in to social work?

A. My first psychology class in College and I had this desire to help children improve their lives at the same time made a decent amount of money. Furthermore, something else that inspired me is the book called “A Child Called It.”

2) Fashion and being an influencer and social work seem to be on the opposite sides of the spectrum how do you balance the two?

A. It’s very challenging. i work as a LMSW full time SUNDAY-THURSDAY. Therefore, I’m left with two days off. Hence one day has to be used for coffee meetings, photoshoots, events and content creation. 

3) What fashion item could you not live with out?

A. A black pair of ankle pants. You can pull any look for any occasion with a black pair of ankle pants. 

4) What prompted you to start a blog?

A. Since I was in school for a completely different major I decided to use blogging as an asset to expose my love for fashion. 

5) If you did not live in New York what city would you live in and why?

A. LA and simply because of the weather! 


  1. She looks so fierce!


  2. Wow thanks for shooting such a beautiful and stylish blogger, you are right that the camera loves her. I really love her outfit, as I love wearing leather clothes, those leather pants look so stylish with a white tee and red boots. Her green bag makes her look even more stylish. Thanks for this interview.

    Have a happy Monday <3
    Kisses 🙂

  3. Love her look
    and the print on her tee is fab.


  4. Fantastic profile! It was such a fun way of getting to know Selma. I was not familiar with her or her blog before. She has great style. I’d want to live in LA because of the weather as well ;p

  5. Looks amazing! I love your outfit.

    Mira Audrey’s

  6. Selma sure is one stylish lady. I’m in love with her outfit here. Great ensemble!


  7. Those pants stole the show! Such a cool girl.


  8. I love everything about her outfit 🙂 x

  9. She has amazing style! Those bold pants with the red boots and tee are just the perfect combo. And that’s amazing that she is a full-time social worker and blogs too. I’ve never heard of her blog before but I’m going to check it out.

    x Kara | http://karascloset.net

  10. She looks amazing in these leather pants .

    Nina’s Style Blog

  11. That’s great you had an opportunity to do a photo shoot and q & a with her!

  12. Wow, I love her look! Those pants are amazing, and I’m loving the cute purse!


  13. Okay as a feminist, I adore your shirt!! You go girl 🙂
    And might I say the green bag is sooo cool !

    – Marina W

  14. Such an interesting story. It’s always nice to meet people like Selma who inspire and go after their dreams.
    Love her style!


  15. Selma’s style is so badass!

    Le Stylo Rouge

  16. Hey, I’m back! I love Selma’s funky style and the fact that she does social work. That’s just wonderful. And she’s not wrong about having a good pair of black ankle pants. 🙂


  17. Your friend certainly has a great eye. Love this color blocked look and the red boots.
    How wonderful that she is committed to helping others, a creative and kind soul should be celebrated!

  18. Love the pants dear, super cool!
    Jessica | notjessfashion.com

  19. Omg!! The photos came out so great babe!! Thank you so much for writing a great blog post about me. I love it!! ❤️❤️❤️

  20. Ally,

    Thank you for introducing us to Selma, I love that we also introduce ourselves to those people who inspire you and who have different jobs in the creative industries!

    By the way, loved how she played with the green and red, is such a fantastic combination of colors 🙂

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