Interview By MIRANDA ROGERS MCDONALD
The Chic Sheet
What is your fashion view?
You are able to express yourself through fashion. I love dressing up from head to toe, because it makes me feel great about myself.
How do you describe your style?
I would consider my style classically chic.Â For me itâ€™s all about keeping things simple and feeling comfortable in what Iâ€™m wearing. I usually invest in pieces that are classic and well-tailored. However, I also love to jump outside of my comfort zone and buy an outfit that I normally wouldnâ€™t choose.
Do you dress yourself for work or do you receive outside help?
Yes, I step into my closet every morning and pick out my outfit. My mood plays a huge role in the outfit I end up choosing. There are days when I canâ€™t find a single outfit to wear, and that is when I wish I had some outside help.
What are your favorite pieces?
I love wearing dresses. About half of my closet is filled with dresses, preferably colorful ones. The brighter the color, the better. It puts me in a more upbeat mood and that comes to life on the air.
However, outside of the station, I dress very casual. You will usually find me in a pair of jeans, a t-shirt and ballet flats. I will add a scarf or jewelry to add a little flare to my outfit, because I love statement pieces.
You will also find me in workout clothes A LOT, since I love running.
Where is your favorite place to shop?
I will shop around at the big name store like Banana Republic, Express and The Limited. I also love boutiques such as Blush, Clodhoppers and Francescaâ€™s.
Who is your fashion icon?
I donâ€™t have just one fashion icon. However, some names that come to mind are Katie Holmes, Kerry Washington and Giuliana Rancic. They make great fashion choices, and I always love to see what they are wearing.
Miranda Rogers McDonald is the author of www.thechicstreet.com. When Miranda isnâ€™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.