Hey, meet Rebecca. She is a fellow Mormon fashion blogger and one of my favorite bloggers. I'm super excited to have her over and have the chance to work with her. Go check her out here. This girl's got style.
NAME: Rebecca Hammond
HOMETOWN: Hamden, CT
BLOG: See Me Rwar
BLOGGING SINCE: January 2011
S: How would you describe your style?
R: This one is always a toughy. Even in the last few months my style has changed a bit. There's a mix of classic and earthy. A bit of prep and boho.
S: Who/what is your biggest style influence?
R: More than anything, I love seeing what the latest trends are on the runway. While I can't afford most of what I see, it helps me have an eye for what's in style. The Louis Vuitton SS 2012 show was completely inspiring. A touch of girliness, pastels, and frills, but not young. It was still very sophisticated.
S: What are your 3 closet essentials?
R: Colored denim (I have way too many pairs), my thrifted silk polka dot blouse, and some new amazing black booties my husband just got me for Christmas.
S: What are your favorite hobbies?
R: Outside of fashion, I love to bake. Especially cookies. I love playing games with my family. And I really enjoy watching sports.
S: If you could give one piece of style advice, what would it be?
R: Don't overdue it. Sometimes when you trying to be different or creative, it's easy to get carried away and you end up looking sloppy. Also, wear clothing that fits you correctly!
S: What beauty product can you not live without?
R: Face moisturizer! I don't were makeup a whole lot. Maybe a few times a week. But I could not live without face creme and chapstick!
S: Any advice for anyone who wants to start her/his own blog?
R: Do it for the right reasons. Find something you love to write about or that interests you and go for it.
S: Tell us 3 random things about yourself…
R: I'm a lefty, I love cracking my knuckles, and I'm not a particularly clean or organized person but I'm a little OCD about things being in numerical order.
It was lovely getting to know you better. Thanks Rebecca!