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There are so many resources on the world-wide web about fashion, it can drive a girl crazy. Who do we listen to?

There are a few resources I would like to list as, my personal favorites. These sites keep me informed with the information I want to know to make my life better and easier.

http://www.style.com– This site enables you to see fashion first. I enjoy looking the new runway looks from all designers. As soon as the Chanel runway show happens, style.com is already posting the looks from that fashion show. There is also a “look of the day” where you can cast your vote on your favorite look of the day. This site keeps up with parties and events that celebrities attend and information on what and who they are wearing. You can also create a “lookbook” where you are able to store the pictures of outfits you love from your favorite designers. There is so much information on this site, but it is my favorite on keeping me up-to-date on the latest trends.

http://www.kandeej.com– This site is another blog from my favorite girl of beauty.  Kandee Johnson is a professional make-up artist who works in film, television and print. I think any girl can feel like they relate to Kandee because of her spunky personality she emphasizes on her hair and make-up tutorials. I love this site because Kandee will show you step-by-step instructions to obtaining the perfect makeup look that suits your needs or a cute and funky hairstyle that you thought you might never be able to do.

http://www.womenshealthmag.com– This site is more than a web version of Women’s Health Magazine. This site has pdf guide and videos to the most amazing  workouts for women. They are all workouts that can easily be done at home, which is great for women who are always on the go. This site will also keep you informed of nutritional foods and supplements that will be important for your diet. and daily life.

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This is me. This is what I love.

This is me.– My name is Stephanie Danielle Byars. I was born and raised in Macon, GA. My stereotypes might include the following: hunting with my boyfriend, fishing with my father, and riding four-wheelers through the mud on a daily basis. I can say I have accomplished two of the above, but I am not your typical southern girl.

New York, Paris, and Milan are all places I aspire to roam at least once in my life. My ideal of a perfect life consist of wearing Chanel while shopping through the most profound boutiques in Paris; then stopping for coffee as I make my way towards the Louvre Museum and embrace the most exquisite art.

This is what I love. — I am currently a sales-lead for Loft at the Shoppes at River Crossing. I could not ask for a better job to suit my personality. I have the amazing opportunity to style my clients with quality clothing that I know will suffice for many years to come. I also am a student at Macon State College. I aspire to obtain my degree in New Media and Communication.

Along with having the amazing opportunity to preform at a job that I love; I also get to be the mommy to the sweetest little boy named Cole Fritz. He is the one who keeps my motivation going.In everything I do I want to succeed for my family.

My overall objective for writing about style is to give an understanding to who I am and how I can share style tips to my readers.

 

About Style

It started as I was entering seventh grade at Central Fellowship Christian Academy. Style was not present at a school like this. Classic uniform was mandatory and made most girls like me cringe at the thought of having to put on a white collard shirt without the Hollister logo or a well fitted pair of American Eagle chinos. Style was considered to be the amount of money our parents would spend on a certain popular brand of clothing. There seemed to be no space for creativity and personality. Preppy was so basic yet so in style. As a young girl wanting to fit in with my peers, I followed this specific type of style. Everything was perfect.

Everything was perfect until I made the transition to public school. Slowly, I could transition my wardrobe into something sparsely more creative. Well, if that you mean Hollister jeans and hoodies. Maybe situations were not so contrasting between the two schools. To fit in with my peers we still needed our parents to pay for these brands we LOVED so much. Although, I can say there were many distinctive styles in public school than what I encountered in private school. Overtime the styles of the select few had some influence over me. I ventured out into the country themed apparel (which was easy when your from Georgia), and a kind of punk rock style. Uncovering the specific genre of a person who I wanted to transform into was beginning to become challenging. I became highly involved in the my art classes and was completely inspired by my art teacher named Mrs. Barfield. She managed all art classes, art club and the yearbook committee. She was a major influence in determining my path.

My senior year at Rutland High School I obtained a job at, what else other than, Hollister. It was not the perfect workplace but I enjoyed working with the clothes I loved wearing. From one retail store to another, I discovered my passion for working with an amazing group of people at Loft. This is where I would say I reached my discovery of true fashion and style. I learned about finding the most amazing fits for many different types of women, how quality matters and learning how to mix patters and finding the right proportions for every body type. As I progressed at my work I studied fashion magazines and learned from online sources such as Style.com. Rachel Zoe also became my ultimate style icon. Fashion just made me feel good. Knowing that I have a woman’s trust to be able to dress them and for them to be able to completely rely on my advice means the everything to this small town girl.

My Current Obesssions

This is currently my tester until I begin to fully conduct my own blog. I am needing to figure out how to make my page look as best as I possibly can. I have provided pictures of my current obsessions to get things started. This includes the nail color which suggest I am ready for spring fever. I has not even been a month of winter yet and I am looking for an excape route.
Its not that I fully hate this season, it is that am already conducting full floor sets of pre-spring clothing in store, so therefore I have to be ready.
A current trend I am seeing on the Spring 2012 color wheel is kelly green. I was interested in finding a nail color that would suit my interest this coming up season and I believe I have found the one. Essie never fails to satisify my needs.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Essie ($8; Ulta)

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