This week’s guiltless girl is Jennifer Margolin, founder of Bydeau. An online flower and gift delivery service based in Hong Kong, that’s putting the fun back into gifting!
Jennifer has many years’ experience in fashion styling and digital creative consulting. However, she wanted to take the stress and hassle out of sending gifts and flowers. And Bydeau was born, their aim is to make giving something small a big deal, whilst making it fun for both the giver and receiver in the process!
How would you describe your personal fashion style?
My style changes with my moods, but my basic style would be: classic, tailored basics with a touch of glam. I’m a beach girl at heart so my go-to look would be denim or leather pants with a great tailored blazer or jacket.
When you have clothing you no longer want to use, what do you do with it?
Now that there is Guiltless, I will be selling my clothes I no longer want on here!
Is there an item from a previous season you wish you had bought but didn't? What was it?
I wish I purchased the Chloe lace dress from S/S 2015 season. It was gone before I decided I really needed it!!
Three things in your closet that you could never, ever get rid of?
1. My first pair of designer heels I purchased with my first paycheck out of collage (Prada’s)
2. Monique Lhuillier lace dress that I fell in love with instantly
3. Burberry trench coat, it’s a classic piece that’s always in my closet.
If you could choose another person’s closet to peek into, whose would it be and why?
When I was in grade school, I desperately wanted a subscription to Vogue magazine. I had to convince my mom to let me subscribe as most kids my age where ordering Highlights magazine. I remember to this day, when I received my first magazine in the mail and open it up…it was absolutely magical! You never forget your first copy of Vogue.
Do you collect any fashion items in particular? (shoes…?)
I’m a shoe girl for sure. I’ve never met a pair, I don’t love. My husband had a beautiful shoe cabinet made for me for my birthday a few years ago, it’s my favorite piece of furniture.