The article that I’m most proud of on Nerdy But Flirty is my retrospective on the Zelda timeline from New Year’s Day 2014.
Just like with the outfits, I can’t just pick one article to represents my writing style, so here are my two favorites: Girl You Scary! Top 5 Scary Female Video Game Characters and 5 Best Black Female Game Characters.
My favorite article is my interview with Veronica Belmont.
My style is pretty laid-back, but I like adding a little something to it. I love wearing a pleather jacket (even in the LA sun), I like wearing some cutesy form of jewelry, usually in the form of earrings (can’t help but write about cute things). I can’t see without my glasses, thus the glasses, and showing that sometimes I might miss writing mistakes. I like wearing some hair accessory, I always go out with some sort of purse, and my cell phone case has to have some cute design on it (sometimes getting overwhelmed with what to add in articles).
I like looking for bargains, but do like splurging once in a while. My writing style is put together, with a bit of flair.
An article that represents my writing style is my Gift Guide for the Geeky Fashionista.
I like to think that my writing style is sassy, sophisticated sarcasm that uses amazing alliteration. There’s a part of me that likes to think that I’m very witty and capable of making readers chuckle with laughter, like, “that darn Jessi.”
With that being said, the outfit I created was something that I would probably wear myself. Fashion is super important to me. It’s expression. It’s the first bit of your personality a person sees. I feel the same way about writing. The written word is a reader’s first experience of me. They either like…or they don’t. It’s the way I write that keeps readers coming back. The black lace dress is from Black Milk Clothing – one of my favorite clothing brands. It represents the sassy, flirty style of writing that I like to do often. Paired with the pair of Christian Louboutin (sophistication) and the Batman letterman jacket (fun sarcasm), I think this entire outfit represents my writing as well as my personal fashion style. My classic red lipstick is MAC Cosmetics “Ruby Woo,” and I very well think a PS Vita is just as much a part of an outfit as things that actually go on my body. Last is a purse I would probably never own, a Chanel. In all honesty, this probably represents the lofty ambitions I have. I would love for writing to take me places.
An article that represents my writing style well is my Dragon Con 2013 article!