Closet Fashionista is a blog started by me, Megan, a shy girl from Connecticut who brings out her crazy personality with fashion. This blog is filled with my inspirations, random ramblings, personal outfits, "Dress for Less" or "Dream Outfits" styled by me, and the occasional Harry Potter press post (I run Harry Potter and Matthew Lewis fan sites when not working or fashion blogging.)
I graduated in May 2010 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Graphic / Information Design and from June 2010 to June 2012 worked as a Junior Programmer at a Marketing agency. I now work at a fashion media company in New York City.
One of the many highlights of my fashion blogging career was styling and starring in my own fashion shoot for the online store The Outnet in March 2011. I was chosen along with 14 other bloggers to create looks with their pieces.
Another huge dream come true moment for the blog was working with Marshalls on Project FAB. A year long partnership with Marshalls that started in September 2013.
I have an affinity for crazy shoes, purple, velvet and Marc Jacobs (as well as many other designers).
Birthday: October 11
Hair Color: Brown
Eye Color: Brown
Location: Connecticut, but I work in NYC!
Favorite Brands: Marc Jacobs, Burberry Prorsum, Chanel, Miu Miu, Chloe, Michael Kors, DKNY, Erdem, Ralph Lauren, Proenza Schouler, Pringle of Scotland, Sass & Bide, Alexander McQueen, Alexander Wang, Theyskens' Theory, Carven, Phillip Lim, Thakoon Addition, etc. (This is a small selection)
Favorite Stores: Marhsall's/TJ Maxx, The Outnet, Shopbop, Net-a-Porter, etc.
Have a question? Leave a comment on this post to have it answered.
1. Who is in your blog header? by Anonymous
I am actually not sure of her name, all I know is the photo was taken by Joanna Kustra. You can see some more photos of her here. [This is the header I was using when this was asked]
2. How did you get so much followers so fast? by Anonymous
I really don't know. I just post what I like, and I comment on other blogs. That's pretty much it. :)
3. Did you draw your blog header?
No, Rachel of Visual Basic did, check out her blog!