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Westfield Style Launches A Fashion Blog (Pssst...I'm a Contributor!)

Westfield Style Blog: The Weekender

To help shoppers stay on top of the latest trends, the team at Westfield Shopping Malls has launched an amazing fashion & beauty blog and has asked me to be one of their regular contributors - clearly I said yes! If this isn't a match made in heaven, I don't know what is. My favorite mall growing up in Chicago is a Westfield mall as are the two malls I regularly shop at here in Connecticut.

Previously, Westfield Style created a magazine which I had the honor of being included in, styled by the great Stacy London (here). Now with the launch of the blog, fashion lovers can get insider tips and behind-the-scenes access in a glossy digital format.
Westfield Style launches a blog for fashion lovers.

Other tastemakers contributing to the blog include bloggers Rumi Neely and Keiko Lynn. Honestly I'm a little intimidated to be in such great company, but if there's one thing I know how to do, it's shop - and share what I find with my readers!

Each month I'll be hitting the mall to see what's new (I. love. my. job.) and sharing my finds on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook. I'll also be posting content weekly on the Westfield Blog - check out my first feature HERE.

Westfield Style Blog

Hop on over to the Westfield Style blog, bookmark it, share it, and let me know what you think and what you'd like to see!

Disclosure: This is a sponsored post, opinions are 100% my own.
Comments
That's Awesome! Congrats!

#1 Leslie (Homepage) on 2013-09-13 16:16 (Reply)
Dianna, I'm totally in awe of you. The Budget Babe is amazing, you've got my dream job, and you still find time to reply to e-mails. Congratulations on your latest collaboration! Looking forward to seeing more :-)

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#2 Shannon (Homepage) on 2013-09-13 18:20 (Reply)
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