fashion spotlight

Can you tell us a bit about yourself and your background?
I’m a LA-based fashion and lifestyle blogger, self-taught photographer, freelance social media consultant, and talent manager. I have a background in public relations, digital marketing, and journalism from over 10 years of work experience. I graduated from CSULB with a BA in American Studies with an emphasis with pop culture. I love cats, Lucille Ball, and am addicted to coffee

If you could sneak into anyone’s closet whose would you peek at?
Nicole Warne, also known as the Gary Pepper Girl. She has such a versatile look and always looks chic in whatever she wears.


What style rule do you always follow?
Wear what you love.

What is your favorite quote?
“Love yourself first and everything else will fall into line.” – Lucille Ball

What inspired your blog?
My passion for writing, photography, and fashion – what better way to combine everything you love under one roof?


Three things that are always in your purse?
Chapstick, iPhone, and wallet. Essentials!

Where do you find inspiration for blog posts?
From everything and every where. Whenever I’m out and about, I find things and people that will inspire me. I’m always on social media so it’s hard not to get inspired by other bloggers, celebs, and friends. I take what I see and basically apply it to my own personal style.

Best style advice you’ve ever given or received?
“Do you boo boo.” – Shameless Maya. It cannot be emphasized enough that being yourself is the key to happiness.


What’s the one thing in your closet that you couldn’t live without?
Seamless thongs! Haha, as funny as that sounds, it is so comfy and will save you in so many outfits.

In your opinion, what separates a great blog from an unsuccessful blog?
I think there are several factors that play into whether a blog will be successful. Sometimes it’s pure luck in landing the right exposure by the right people. However, even with the right exposure, a blog must be consistent in its posting routine and have high quality photos. Everyone’s on the go, so your blog should be mobile friendly. Your writing should connect and make sense to your readers – please check grammar and spelling! I also believe that your blog should have a purpose, whether it is to document your style or inspire others. Without a true purpose, it’ll get lost and overlooked.

To read more about Lisa visit her blog here!

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