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Kelly: Island Chic

Hey guys, it's been a while I had a fashionista style feature, and I thought I'd end this week with a feature from a fab style blogger, Kelly. A New York based style blogger and mom, Kelly is the brain behind Island Chic 77. From girly to edgy, to sleek and uber chic, Kelly's style is a force to reckon with. Here is what the fashionista had to say about her style.

Kelly says:

Growing up I've always loved fashion. As a little girl my mom would fix my hair and I would complain if she combed it in the same style twice in a row. When I came to the states and started working in the fashion district I began experimenting with different fashion trends, mixing high end with low end clothes. I decided to start a fashion blog since women were constantly stopping me inquiring about what I was wearing. This was the best decision I ever made, because ever since that day I found my happy place. 

As a fashion editor/blogger I definitely try to be authentic as possible. I would say my style is a reflection of my mood and personality. It's definitely a combination of feminine and edgy. It's so necessary to have your own sense of style especially when there are so many bloggers doing the same thing.I honestly love what I do;and although I'm inspired everyday by other female bloggers, I always make the look my own. I never just pile on trends. I make sure I stay true to my overall style, which is what separates me and why I believe my followers keep coming back.
How chic is she! Her coat game is to die for and I absolutely love her short hair do. 

Are you guys loving Kelly as much as I am? Please leave a comment below and let me know. Have a fab weekend.


  1. Nice selection!!! It's a really source of inspiration!!! Have a nice day, kisses (and thank you for your visit),

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  2. Love her style its so edgy and chic!

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  3. I really love her style , i do visit her blog sometimes and she's got style, and also knows how to dress to flatter her figure. Great post and hope your Monday is going well.

  4. I love me some Kelly. She is awesome and got style!!!

  5. Oh I love her style! She's so fabulous! Great post doll!

  6. This post is very inspiring. Kisses :)


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