Posts Tagged ‘Halifax Fashion Jobs’

Halifax Fashion Jobs – Maritime Stylish Dot Coms

Monday, February 6th, 2012

Curvy Geekery 

This fashion and lifestyle blog follows Nova Scotia’s Mo Handahu, who is also the owner and designer at Clutchculture.com, an online store for her collection of bright, beautiful handbags. A lover of thrifting, vintage, prints, and brilliant colours, this bodacious blogger celebrates unique personal style.

Follow her on Twitter @clutchculture.

Classic Noise 

Sorren Isler started her blog as a fun side project outside of work, sharing and developing her own ladylike style with daily outfit photos. Based in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, she documents her day-to-day wardrobe that’s classic but modern with girly details. This expertly-designed style blog also encompasses lovely food and wedding inspiration.

Follow her on Twitter @sorrenisler.

You Look Fiiine 

This street style blog is run by Halifax resident Danna Storey, whose own trendy, original style informs which fun, fashion-forward guys and gals she’ll document. Partial to pops of colour and quirky details, this blog captures the day to day style of this up-and-coming city.

Follow her on Twitter @youlookfiiine.

O My Heart

Kate McLean of Fredericton, New Brunswick, captures all of her favourite things on O My Heart, with weekly song posts and detailed photos of her girly-glam ensembles, ubiquitous sunglasses in hand. The occasional gift guide and home décor post offer a more complete picture of her style outside of pure fashion.

Follow her on Twitter @omyheartkate.

Brilliant Sugar

This whimsical blog follows the daily life of 20-somethin Candice, who makes her home in Saint John, New Brunswick. This blog is filled to the brim with beauty and fashion ideas, with adorable outerwear, lovely accessories, and vintage-inspired details.

Follow her on Twitter @_brilliantsugar.

Haute Halifax

Erin and Jessica take turns contributing to this Halifax-based style and lifestyle blog. Check it out for Day-to-day outfit posts that are equal parts sophistication and trendy, with pieces sourced from accessible, affordable retailers.

Follow them on Twitter @hautehalifax.

Fortunate Fool

Social-media savvy business graduate Julia Hurst uses her blogging platform to share her style-centric lifestyle in Saint John, New Brunswick. Peruse all her fun photos that capture all the lovely things that life has to offer.

Follow her on Twitter @hurstjulia.

I Can Be Many Things 

This fashion-loving mom, musician, teacher and all-around optimist Courtney shows the blogsphere how to stay true to your style in Newfoundland, proving Canada is fashionable from coast to coast. Crafting unique, on-trend ensembles from your every-day high street retailers, I Can Be Many Things offers accessible inspiration.

Follow her on Twitter @CourtneyICBMT.

Fashion East

This Halifax-based fashion blog is all street style, all the time. Launched in November of 2011, it brings the sartorial spotlight to the well-deserved shores of Nova Scotia, where girls and guys from all walks of life strut their stuff.

Follow it on Twitter @fashioneasthfx.

Doll Parade

Kristin of Fredericton, New Brunswick proves you can look cute even when the temperature is dangerously low. With shopping guides and everyday outfits posts, she makes her city the backdrop for her feminine aesthetic with a hint of vintage. The occasional yummy food photos are just a (welcome) bonus.

Follow her on Twitter @kristinsuzanne.

Atlantic Style Diaries

As an occupational therapist, Chelsea Donaldson is not your typical style-blogger. Based in Saint John, New Brunswick, this girly redhead accents her uber-feminine wardrobe with perfectly placed accessories. Her everyday outfit posts are both pretty and practical, ideal for the fashion girl on the go.

Follow her on Twitter @chelsdonaldson.

Fashionable People, Questionable Things

Based in Halifax, Nova Scotia, bloggers and friends Ally & L-A bring together their musings on pop culture, the latest must-haves, fashion, and celebrities. Bookmark it to stay in the know with their clever, witty posts about anything and everything that fits their impeccable taste.

Follow them on Twitter @fpqt.

By: Sara Constantineau, Toronto

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