Q&A with @zoefletchergourley

Zoe Fletcher Gourley

If you haven’t done so yet, do yourself a favour by following @zoefletchergourley. Zoe is gorgeous, beaming with life and has enough confidence to blow anyone over. We asked a few questions on how she stays positive and gets the most out of her life.

Age: 18
Lives: Brisbane
Profession: Retail worker/Soon to be a fashion student.

How would you best describe your style?
This is a tough one for me because I have so many moods for different occasions, so, therefore, dress accordingly. I'd like to say I've got a bit of a unique eclectic vibe but there are definitely times where i'll follow trends or buy from huge fashion retailers So I guess I wouldn’t have a set style, it’s got to be all about the mood girl.

What are 3 things you can’t leave the house with?
There’s definitely more than three but my absolute musts are:

  • Eyelash brush - I don’t know if it's just me but I never go ANYWHERE without an eyelash brush to touch up my extensions wherever I go!
  • Pair (or two even) of sunglasses – literary no matter what I'm doing, where I'm going or what time of day it is, sunnies are an absolute must.
  • Last but not lease Paw Paw ointment – THAT S**T IS AMAZING! Enough said!

Where do you get your inspiration from?
I try to take inspiration from basically every element in my life! Whether it be a day at the beach, my friends, a song I heard whilst driving – anything really! If it gives me chills or makes me feel gooey on the inside, I use it!

What does a day off look like for you?
Ahhh days off! How amazing are they? Mine can kind of differ depending on the time of year and the list of things I need to get done but a dream day off includes; coffee, a beautiful breakfast, time in the sun and a little afternoon nap before a drink or two with dinner.

What is your go-to hand out spot?
Anywhere where there is sun and water.

What is the best advice you ever received?
I think the best advice I've ever received and the advice I try and practice the most as an individual is that I am in charge of my own life! I choose what works and what doesn’t despite what people could think or say. That is something doesn’t feel good in my gut, then its no good and that’s just that. I think it's super important to remember that you’re in charge, even when sometimes it can feel like you’re not.

Zoe is wearing Lois shades

Instagram: @zoefletchergourley

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