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Sactown Blogger Lov'n

The Sacramento fashion blogger community is just one big lovefest! It's a little ridiculous and I love it.

All the bloggers are doing great things right now but here are my friendly favorites for this Friday:

Juniper James (aka Kari Shipman) - personal stylist and champion of everything Sacramento. This girl loves local! For the month of March she's partnering with Article Consignment in East Sacramento to bring her readers the best of the best from Article's racks. The partnership also features a Juniper James rack filled with hand picked lovelies in the style of Juniper James. And another reason why I love this girl? She featured yours truly in her Daily Fashion Inspiration last week. Hooray for polka dots.


Let is Reign (Skylar Mundy) - bright, bubbly, fresh and fashionable. This girl is genuine and a complete sweetheart. We got acquainted at Kari's birthday celebration at Article tonight. Her blog is inspired. I really love the cat-eye sunglasses editorial she posted this week.


ChiqueChic (Emily Allred) - basically my blogger guru right now. After spending all of Sac Fashion Week together we became fast friends. She filled me in on blogging secrets like how to get sponsored posts and checking out my page rank! Apart from her web-savy she also has a darling fashion blog. Here's her post about one of the emerging designers from fashion week, Brenda Vie.

The Citizen Rosebud (Bella Q) - No friendly blogger link-fest would be complete without mentions the woman who works tirelessly to get all us bloggers together on a regular basis and incessantly  encourages us to reach for the stars. I love her most recent post of her outfit for Sac Fashion week - so adorable. Also this week she's featuring a Shabby Apple give away, head on over to her site to enter.

Comments

Blogin' Lovin' Fo' Sho! Oh I am so glad you went to Kari's party. Bummed I couldn't make it but the immune system is a bit wobbly and I wasn't feeling up to it. If you do a write up of Ariticle Consignment let me know so I can link to it.

WE really do have a flourishing blog community here. Now we just all gotta meet and mingle!

And THANK YOU so much for mentioning me and my blog on your happening page! It means so much to me.

Sactown bloggers RAWK! -Bella Q
Enter to Win My Shabby Apple Dress Give-Away- the Citizen Rosebud
ChiqueChic said…
I love this post! I'm happy to help! We need to hang out again soon!

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