I have strong views about the importance of research and experiments, as I aspire to become a scientist one day but the subject of my interests is quite unusual... It's not maths, chemistry or physics (typical hard science subjects) but it's linguistics which is kind of difficult to define in terms of sciences. It's not a typical humanities study like philology but it focuses on the language itself as a construct, has logic - related elements. Philology focuses more on literature, poets, culture. I don't know which category I fit in. I also take an interest in the forensic subfield of linguistics and other forensic sciences.
When it comes to my personal fashion aesthetic I wear mostly dark colours, black, burgundy, forest green, teal, deep purple, etc. I like looking elegant so I mix dark academia style with the romantic goth one. My best friend jokes about me looking like a scary science goth lady, which is kind of true. I usually wear turtlenecks or silk blouses with long skirts, I add a corset belt, a long cardigan when it's cold and vintage jewelry
My music taste oscillates around symphonic metal, classical pieces, nu metal, movie soundtracks (with gothic vibes), musicals (my favourite one is Phantom of the Opera), anime soundtracks and dark jazz tunes (bands and artists: Within Temptation, Korn, Slipknot, Kovacs, Elyose, IAMX, Blackbriar, many composers like Prokofiev, Kachaturian, Wojciech Killar, Abel Korzeniowski, Shostakovich)
My favourite book is Master and Margarita by Mikhail Bulhakov.