A fashionable reign

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Kiddos: Jared, Jayson, Jeremy Home on the range: Lawrenceville, Georgia […]

Kiddos: Jared, Jayson, Jeremy
Home on the range: Lawrenceville, Georgia
Day job: On-road manager (and former college professor)
Zodiac sign: Virgo
Go-to tunes: Classic hip-hop while working out and gospel music to keep me grounded. I typically listen to it while getting dressed and really anytime.
Fave stores: ZARA and ASOS
Nickname: Bae Bae
Dream job: Television broadcaster; I wanted to follow in Oprah’s footsteps.
Last time you cried: Wednesday
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Style profile
“Edgy, colorful and out of the box. I favor vintage-cued classic with a fun twist.”

Can’t live without
“Maxi dresses and wide-leg pants.”

You do you
“I’ve never dressed for anyone. It’s always been about how my clothes make me feel. I would tell anyone to wear what makes you feel comfortable and maybe try something new and fun. Your personal style is just that: personal. It’s your identity and a form of self-expression, so it’s important to maintain that sense of self. I’m one of those grab-and-go type of girls. I try not to spend too much time worrying about what to wear. Plus, I have a little sense of style, which makes getting dressed pretty effortless.”

Stick with what you know
“I’m not really a trendy person; I love those classic pieces. However, I love the clear bag and shoe trend. They are versatile and you can dress them up or down.”

You are what you wear
“A beautiful dress [makes me feel the most me]. I feel so much like a woman.”

Nice to meet hue
“I’m fascinated with color—I have never been a black-and-white person. Something about nudes and neutrals I just never cared for. Color brings me joy and gives me life. I really feel alive when I’m wearing color.”

The power of Instagram
“It has changed [my career] in a big way and this can be both good and bad. I have always wanted to do something to share my life, not necessarily my style, with others. Social media has its ups and downs, however, I’m happy I get the opportunity to do what I love and give women some inspiration and motivation to step out of their comfort zones.”

By Erin Shea Long

Images: Courtesy of Sharron Clear