True Fashionista: Laura an Ottowa, Canada Fashion Blogger
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True Fashionista: Laura an Ottowa, Canada Fashion Blogger

Simple isn’t easy. It’s easy to pile on the trends and hide behind flashy baubles and of-the-moment silhouettes. It takes skill to make simple pieces and ensembles look chic, polished, and covetable. I’ll admit, this is something I am working on, and I am always thrilled to find a blogger…

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True Fashionista: Beverly from Beverly Like Hills, a Southern California Fashion Blogger
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True Fashionista: Beverly from Beverly Like Hills, a Southern California Fashion Blogger

It’s so sad when a beloved blog stops posting. You may have never met the blogger, heck you may have never even commented but when the blog leaves you feel as though there’s a hole not just in your RSS reader, but also your life. Blogs just have that effect…

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True Fashionista: Cynthia of Simply Cyn, a New York City Fashion Blog
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True Fashionista: Cynthia of Simply Cyn, a New York City Fashion Blog

For the past couple of years, one of my favorite fashion blogs is the awesome Cynthia of Simply Cyn. Her style, music, and decor constantly inspire me and I love seeing a peek into her life in New York City. Below I share my Simply Cyn interview for my True…

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True Fashionista: Annette of Lady of Style, a German Fashion Blog for Women over 40
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True Fashionista: Annette of Lady of Style, a German Fashion Blog for …

Women have plenty of resources for fashion when younger, be it magazines, TV shows, and yes blogs. But blogs – quality blogs with quality photos and quality style aren’t as easy to find when you’re over 40. So when I came across Annette of Lady of Style, I cheered hooray!…

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True Fashionista: Erica Bunker Interview
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True Fashionista: Erica Bunker Interview

Growing up, my mom made a lot of my sister and my clothes. Easter dresses, corduroy overalls for playtime, Halloween costumes, even my prom dress was made by my mom. When my mom was a single career girl in New York, she sewed the majority of her office fashion (and…

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