With an endless passion for writing, and a flair for all things fashion, Molly began her writing career in 1998. As a junior at Florida State University, she worked in the sales department for a local newspaper. Being an English-Creative Writing major, Molly envisioned writing her own fashion column for Cosmopolitan Magazine. But she needed to start somewhere. She pitched the idea of a fashion column to the school newspaper editor. They loved the idea and her fashion column was born.

After being accepted into graduate school at the University of Southern California’s Annenberg School of Journalism, Molly left her life in Florida and moved to Los Angeles. It was her first time living in a big city, and she was even more inspired by fashion. During graduate school, Molly quickly learned that she enjoyed writing as more of a hobby than a career path. She continued to live and work in L.A., a city she fell in love with, for four years.

Through many different career paths, Molly never gave up her dream of fusing writing with fashion. After returning to Florida in 2004, she pursued different career paths and opened a retail clothing store in 2011. Feeling inspired by helping women put beautiful outfits together, she decided to branch out and begin her own fashion and lifestyle blog. Her blog consits of outfits from brands all across the style spectrum as well as style tips, tricks and the latest fashion trends.

After styling numerous clients over many years, both in and out of the store, Molly launched her wardrobe styling business.

“My hope is to inspire women to step out of their fashion comfort zone, try new things, and feel confident and beautiful in what they are wearing.”


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