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Thursday, July 30, 2015

Lights, Camera, Action!!!-Emjay on Set

Can I tell ya’ll just how excited I was this weekend?!?!  I’m still super excited right now. I was asked to be a part of a very special event.  Publicist Danielle of Poised Studios in Atlanta, GA asked if I would  consider being interviewed and sharing my expertise on fashion styling as she launches a new portion of her business. I won’t give away too much, because the interview will be available soon and I want you all to check it out for yourselves! Poised Studios is great and filming the interview was an awesome experience. It was a pleasure being interviewed with the talented Erica, owner of a vintage clothing store and CEO of the B Firm, a public relations company. We had a blast talking about what to wear when…




After accepting the invitation to be apart of the filming, I couldn’t decide how I wanted to dress for the occasion. I was thinking about going with a really professional look, which would require dark colors, possibly a blazer and a midi pencil skirt.  However, I didn’t want to look like I was going to a job interview so I decided to wear a little color.  At the risk of sounding like a broken record, I’m going to say again: I LOVE MIDI SKIRTS!!! I found this fabulous orange midi at New York and Company just three weeks ago. I didn’t get it then because I thought it was a bit over-priced. I went back in New York and Company a week ago and there it was 50 percent off. It was mine! I found this chambray shirt in the same store on the same day. I thought my skirt was bright enough and so not to over do it on camera, I decided not to add any more color to my outfit and so I went with nude patented leather point pumps. Point pumps are my favorite. They are so sassy.








This look is perfect for just about any occasion. I am fit for a dinner date, a networking event, church, work, or even a trip to the grocery store (Yes, I’m dressy even in the grocery store).
Remember that your purse does NOT have to completely match your outfit. Your bag can make a statement all on its own. This yellow Dooney and Burke Bag is one of my favorites. It’s the perfect size for me and the perfect color. I probably wear it a little too much!


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Chambray Shirt: New York and Company ( Here: http://bit.ly/1MWKuvC)
Skirt: New York and Company (Here: http://bit.ly/1DdY79M)
Shoes: Jessica Simpson

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