What is your fashion view?
Fashion to me is what makes you feel comfortable. It’s a way to express yourself. Fashion is fun, flexible and whatever you make of it.
How do you describe your style?
Hmm, my style is all over the board. I don’t limit myself to one style. My style changes day-to-day based on what kind of mood I’m in. Some days I go out in my favorite cocktail dresses and others I am relaxed in a vintage T-shirt and jeans. The only thing that really stays consistent with all my styles are high heels.
What are your favorite pieces?
I like things that are extremely unique and one-of-a-kind. I have a few family pieces that I love, like a really funky red necklace with a ton of random charms that were my grandma’s. I also have an awesome vintage rain jacket I found in a thrift store in Florida years ago, and I still love it.
Where is your favorite place to shop?
I shop everywhere. I am currently obsessed with the app Wanelo. It has all kinds of different clothing and accessories you can buy from all different places on the Internet, and of course I love local and thrift store shopping.
Who is your fashion icon and why?
I don’t think I really have a fashion icon. However, my favorite fashion model was Twiggy. My dog is actually named after her.
Is there a particular fashion era that has influenced your style choices most?
I think my favorite era of clothing, fashion and trends comes from the ’60s to ’70s. The Mod and hippie styles from the ’60s, the crop-tops and high-waisted, wide-legged trousers and the custom T-shirts and baseball jersey tees from the ’70s. I just absolutely love the fashion from then.
Miranda Rogers McDonald is the author of www.thechicsheet.blogspot.com. When Miranda isn’t blogging about fashion or flexing her social media muscle, she is spending time with her husband and feisty Chihuahua, Niles. She believes in celebrating the smaller things in life, such as good wine and food, an interesting book and sitting on patios while enjoying conversations with her closest friends. She strives to one day join the ranks of the fashion editors that she idolizes, and to show the world that a girl from Kentucky knows a little something about style.