smoorelovin was born out of a need for a place where I had full creative freedom. Think of it as a digital sketchbook of the things that influence and inspired me. For me, living a creative lifestyle means getting out and experiencing as much as I can & interpreting those experiences into art & design. I see life as a circle, everything is constantly moving to form your mindset, therefore influencing what you do.
Inspiration comes from anywhere you let it. Some days it’s abstract – a light hitting a window at the right angle to make a rainbow. Other days it’s more literal – an event that effects you emotionally. I love keeping a digital record of all this to be able to look back and see what was inspiring 3 months ago or even 3 years ago. I’m excited to share what I find with you and love hearing about what you find inspiring, too!
About The Girl
Hi all! I’m Sarah, Interactive Designer by day & hand lettering enthusiast/blogger/art director by night. I love creating big things where others may see little potential – developing the aesthetic behind a brand, unearthing personality in individual style & using my creative forces for good. Recently, I’ve discovered this passion carries over to helping others discover their own personal styles in both their creative work and fashion choices.
Where to Start
Like I said, I believe inspiration comes from everywhere. These are some of my favorite types of inspiration to share + links to my favorite posts. You can also check out all the categories here.
The best way for me to completely step outside of whatever mindset I am in and re-center my focus is through music. I love sharing playlists that put me in a certain mood. Here is one of my favorites.
I love clothes. I have put a lot in to developing my personal style, there are always mis-steps that don’t look quite how you picture them but that’s the fun of it all! You can see how I started to develop my style here.
It’s a broad topic, I know. Everyday experiences are definitely a key inspiration for me. Getting out into the world and exploring is what helps to give that little twist that makes your work your own.