Economy of Style Featured in St. Louis’ Alive Magazine

You wouldn’t believe what happened.  Economy of Style is featured in the November 2013 issue of Alive Magazine, the premier lifestyle magazine in St. Louis.

I appear in “Blog Stars, an article written by Sarah Stallman, introducing all of the winners of the inaugural St. Louis Fashion Blog Awards (STLFBA).  Thanks so much again for voting me Best Budget Blog.  That win earned me a feature spot in the article.  I really appreciate your support!

Alive Magazine Cover, November 2013 2

My photograph was taken by Attilio D’Agostino for Alive Magazine

What I Wore:

Top—Isaac Mizrahi New York via Century 21

Skirt—J.Crew Factory

Belt—Destination Style NY by Patricia Field via HSN (old) | option

Bag—Rebecca Minkoff via TJ Maxx

Earrings—Kendra Scott ‘slate’ Danielle

Rings—Vince Camuto via Nordstrom Rack | similar

Watch—Michael Kors via TJ Maxx | similar

Makeup by Pam, Mac MUA at Macy’s in the St. Louis Galleria

I, along with five other featured bloggers, had the privilege of being photographed by Attilio D’Agostino for the story.  Attilio chose a street style theme for the shoot, so we hit the streets of downtown St. Louis in search of perfect locations for each of our images.  Here are a few photos I captured with my iPhone during the shoot.  Special thanks to fellow bloggers and 2013 best fashion blog award winners, Emily and Danica of Fox and Gypsy, for taking my picture during the shoot.

Behind the Scenes STLBA Winners Photoshoot 2c

If you’re in the St. Louis area, pick up a print copy of the magazine to read about all of the STLFBA winners and the cover story, of course, featuring Columbus Short from ABC’s hit show-Scandal.  Not in St. Louis?  Access the digital issue of the magazine here.


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    • October 23, 2013 / 1:29 pm

      Thanks! I loved the top so much that I bought it slightly larger because my size wasn't available. I just realized that Century 21 (where I got it) has a fully functional online store with more sizes that usually available in the actual stores.