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Westfield Style Enlists Bloggers, 'Real Women' for Its Fall 2012 Issue


Last spring I was invited to participate in a photoshoot for the Westfield Style Fall 2012 issue, and now here it is! Styled by Westfield Creative Director Stacy London of TLC's What Not to Wear, this issue of Westfield Style features real women of all body shapes and ages showing off the latest trends. The style manual is available in all Westfield shopping malls across the country in addition to having an interactive online version (check me out on page 51!)


I can't tell you how much fun this was. All the ladies involved were so positive and genuine, especially Stacy, who put us all at ease and made us feel like superstars - the behind-the-scenes video above speaks for itself. What's more, the Westfield Style magazine is full of style tips and fall fashions that you can shop right now at your nearest Westfield mall. It's really well done and a great resource, so check it out before you shop. I guarantee you'll love it (not because I'm in it, because it's that good!) Huge thanks to Westfield Style for including me in this fun campaign!

Disclosure: I am a Westfield Style blogger ambassador.

Comments
All the looks are so cute (and more important, practical and easily recreate-able)! And what an honor to be styled by Stacy London!
#1 Sara (Homepage) on 2012-09-25 08:05 (Reply)
You look so adorable - what a great opportunity...love Stacy London! :-)
#2 Penny Pincher Fashion (Homepage) on 2012-09-25 10:04 (Reply)
That looks so much fun and has looks great- congrats.
#3 Fashion Follows Her (Homepage) on 2012-09-25 10:26 (Reply)
oh hey gorgeous - you look amazing
#4 Megan, TfDiaries.com (Homepage) on 2012-09-25 10:30 (Reply)
Miss D, what a great article, and you look amazing! Love this entire outfit!
#5 Berty Morales (Homepage) on 2012-09-27 04:36 (Reply)
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