Six books for the style inquisitor and fashion paramour who loves to think about style.
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In my teens I was like most young girls; naive, insecure and unknowing of what life had in store for me. I was worried about my looks, boys and friends and while I had strong female influences I still felt lost in the world. On my 16th birthday my aunt gave me an Iyanla Vanzant book full of real-life advice and positive affirmations.
It taught me that as a young lady I was a force to be reckoned with and a natural gift to the world. I still carry that message with me to this day.
And it’s an important message that today’s young girl’s are in desperate need of. Enter Cheryl Ann Wadlington and The DivaGirl’s Guide to Style and Self-Respect.
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It is a well-documented fact that I love Kelly Cutrone. I would follow her to the Alps and back and sit at her feet while she shares tales from her life. To say that Kelly Cutrone has lived would be an understatement. The woman has been homeless, worked for Atlantic Records as a recording artist, [...]
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ALEX!!!! Alex won the “Fashion Therapy-The Style Within” book giveaway! She answered the giveaway question: “What is your biggest Fashion/Style issue and how are you resolving it?” “My current fashion/style issue is seeing what I adore online, in magazines, and in my head but keeping it there thinking I can’t wear that. Sequin jackets, brocade skirts, [...]
Twitter is an amazing networking tool and when I began to follow The Fashionite little did I know that we would become fast friends, dishing our thoughts on fashion, our mutual love of Beyonce and our Virgo tendencies! I am extremely proud of her accomplishments and it is a pleasure to feature her! “Fashion Therapy [...]
So per usual I’m tardy to the party and am only now hopping on the Kelly Cutrone bandwagon. I originally encountered her back when I watched the Hills and Whitney left Teen Vogue for People’s Revolution. Her candid and brash demeanor didn’t initally stick with me. But when I saw her on House of Glam, [...]
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