As regular readers will know, I have recently begun asking for Guest Bloggers to tell us about their favourite Style Icons. This week’s Guest Blogger is Kileen of Cute and Little. Kileen describes herself as a “little Asian girl” and her blog as “my little world where I invite you to indulge in my daily fashion and makeup experiments”. Cute and Little is a delightful mix of Outfit of the Day photos, reviews and musings. Kileen is currently taking part of the 30 for 30 Challenge that I failed earlier this year. For your daily fashion fix, make sure you head over and take a look. For now, though, over to Kileen and her Style Icon:
First of all, thank you Emily for giving me this opportunity to guest post on her wonderful blog! I wanted to share with you my style icon, Sarah Jessica Parker (SJP), and what it is about her fashion sense that makes her unique.
Although SJP became widely known for her fashionable Sex and the City character, Carrie Bradshaw, she has quite a unique style of her own.
Above all else, SJP is a risk-taker. She isn’t afraid to blaze new fashion trends and experiment with different styles. But regardless of whether her adventures land her on the best dressed list or the worst dressed list, she always exudes a confidence that makes every outfit shine.
With Sarah’s classic elegance, it is no surprise that she partnered with Coty to launch her own perfume, Lovely, in 2005.
Sarah’s story of growing up in Nelsonville, Ohio as one of eight children is truly inspirational. She is truly a hard worker with a strong sense of personal self – a rare find in these days of Hollywood tabloids. SJP therefore leads by example and shows that all women can and should have fun with fashion!
If you are interested in reading more of my fashion blog, head over to my site.
Thank you again, Emily!!
What do you think of Kileen’s choice of Style Icon?
If you have missed the previous style icons featured on the blog, check them out here. Of particular interest might be Carrie Bradshaw, Sarah Jessica Parker’s alter ego.
Tell me, who is your style icon?
I am also looking for bloggers who would like to write a guest post for this series, about their Style Icon, so if you would like to join Kileen as a guest blogger, please get in touch if you would like to get involved. You can find out more here.