Lucia M, Australia: Where do you buy your clothes from online?
Our favourite online stores to get a great variety of brands are My Catwalk which stocks a lot of great Aussie designers, Nasty Gal which sells incredible edgy and fashion-forward pieces, and ASOS because they have a huge variety of brands.
Simone D, NZ: What did you guys study at university?
Stef studied Professional Communication at RMIT in Melbourne, and Jess is currently studying Fashion Textiles and Merchandising, also at RMIT in Melbourne.
Jade C, Australia: How did you get your fashion world started? Do you have any advice for people wanting to get out there themselves?
We started working in fashion mainly through volunteering and internships with various brands and fashion weeks. There are so many opportunities available, writing to your favourite labels to see if they're interested in taking on interns is a great place to start. Blogging is something we've only stepped into this year as HTL is our first blog, but we've had so much fun doing it and would definitely recommend it. If you're considering starting a blog then the best advice we can give you is to just get out there and start straight away. And use social media to promote it - Facebook, Instagram and ASOS Fashion Finder are all great in helping to get your blog noticed.
Emily C, Australia: Where are the best places to buy great clothes on a budget?
Ebay is still one of the best places to buy affordable clothes, and some of our favourite pieces have been found on Etsy. Other cool online stores with more affordable price points are Beginning Boutique and Karmaloop. We also love checking out vintage and bric a brac markets - finding treasures can be a little bit more of a challenge, but once you do find something you love you'll love it even more after working for it!
Andrea N, UK: If you could have anyone in the world style you who would it be?
Rachel Zoe, she has the best taste and we'd let her style us in a second.