Jan 23, 2008

Victoria's Red Carpet - Interview with Owner Victoria Pascual

Victoria Paton Pascual - Owner of Victoria's Red Carpet


(ATLANTA, GA) -Victoria’s Red Carpet’s philosophy is to bring unique shoes in very limited quantities to the fashion conscious women of Atlanta - normally not more than three pairs in the same model, and in many cases there is only one pair in stock (that means one pair, in one size, not one pair in each size). The shoes are truly unique and exclusive, crafted in renowned Spanish workmanship styles and materials, shapes, colors and designs different from the ordinary.

"Spain is a very fashion forward country, where people have an effortless sense of aesthetic and taste for fashion and beauty in many different forms."
- Victoria Paton Pascual

Victoria's Red Carpet has been featured in magazines such as Atlanta Peach, The Atlantan, Jezabel, Four Seasons magazine, International Edition, and in Eat.Shop Guide of Atlanta.

We had a fabulous opportunity to get to interview and get to know Victoria, the stylish boutique owner of Victoria's Red Carpet, and her scoop on Spanish style.

Describe your style in one word.
Inspired

What is your best-kept fashion secret?
The collecting and mix-up of unusual and high quality pieces that will remain in your closet for ever.

What are the five fashion essentials every woman should have in her closet?
An always flattering bold vivid color dress, a great pair of funky stilettos, a small elegant clutch, a wrap-up white blouse -easy to accessorize-, chunky accessories to dramatically change the appearance of any outfit and make it edgy!

Who is your style icon?
I especially love Audrey Hepburn…but so many others also.

What is the biggest fashion mistake a woman can make?
Not knowing what works for you and your body shape…and being too conservative as well. To create a personal style you have to dare to try and be different.

What is your favorite outfit?
A dress of any type, from the beaded ones from the 60’s to very simple and minimalist shapes where the focus are the lines.

What is your favorite way to accessorize?
Of course shoes… and great bold accessories, with a weakness for the big outstanding pieces.

If you could give women a fashion tip to be fabulous what would it be?
Be yourself and be happy with it, and then make the best of you with the fun and help of fashion.