Spotlight: Diary of an Undercover Fashionista

Diary of an Undercover Fashionista, Ohio fashion blogger
Marcia Craggett is the local blogger behind Diary of an Undercover Fashionista. She began her blog as a creative outlet and has found it a valuable way to connect with like-minded, fashion-forward, plus-size women. See what she had to say about blogging, fashion and finding inspiration.
  • Celebrity Style Cleveland

    Celebrity Style Cleveland's Retail Showcase, presented by Beachwood Place, took place aboard the Nautica Queen on Sunday night, May 3.
  • unclothed: A Mixed Media Runway Event

    unclothed: A Mixed Media Runway Event was held Saturday, May 2, at Metropolis. The raw, urban chic atmosphere of the club complemented the unique looks presented by eight designers. From ruffles to skin-tight bodysuits, logo-imprinted dresses to barely-there shorts, an enormous variety of styles was presented.
  • Fashion Week Cleveland: GLAM party

    The GLAM party was packed - such a great way to kick off Fashion Week Cleveland! Fashionistas partied until the early morning hours at La Dolce Vita in Little Italy to the beats of DJs GO and Impure.
  • 7 ways to build your wardrobe without breaking the bank

    The beginning of a new spring season not only calls for warmer weather, but new updates to your wardrobe as well. Before the thought of yet another expense makes you cringe, take a look at these helpful tips to save you money, without sacrificing your style.
  • How to find great fashion items at estate and garage sales

    Nowadays estate and garage sales are the new hot spots to uncovering fabulous finds! Three important factors to estate/garage sales: 1. The local newspaper is the bible for locating sales 2. Make sure you have plenty of cash or your checkbook 3. Be friendly with the workers - this can be a benefit in the
  • Redefining "it": A quest for personal style

    It has been almost ten months since I made my last purchase as a fashion victim. Last summer, I decided that I needed an It bag. I saved my money, bought it, and loved how It felt effortlessly draped over my shoulder. The initial excitement gradually faded, like feelings for a handsome man with a boring personality. It no longer felt special when I saw similar versions of mine on the shoulders of women everywhere. I disliked that the designer’s emblem was printed over every square inch of the bag, too. Finally, I decided I was no longer going to be a walking billboard carrying the same bag everyone else had. But I was puzzled by the question: Why do I no longer want to have It?
  • Style spotlight: Sean Szczepinski

    When it comes to personal style, for Sean Szczepinski, it comes down to three elements: color, fit and price. These choices are evident in a wardrobe that has evolved from the shapeless mass of the mid- to late 90s into a tailored classic modern ensemble.

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