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Jun 20 2012

A Brief Blog Profile: Your Style Savior

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by Thomas Hynes

 

Your Style Savior hits the right chord right off the bat. By that I mean, their primary mission seems to be helping readers. In their own words, their goal is to "save YOUR style with expert fashion tips, money saving tricks and styling advice that work in tandem to maximize your wardrobe at minimal cost." That last part is awfully helpful. People can look good without breaking the bank. Far too many experts out there come off as helpful until you see the bill.

To that end, Your Style Savior offers up more than a few ways to save cash on your wardrobe. On this post, you can read about how the savior will spend money on some of the finer things (in this case, winter coats). But, having said that, she also spends a fair amount of time on maintaining these items. This way, they'll last. Here, she teaches readers how to bleach their own jeans. And here, she's just giving things away

The site also advertises something called the Closet Cleanse. And that offering can be found in a section called Services for Style-Challenged. Even the tag line to Your Style Savior is "saving the world one outfit at a time." All this site wants to do is help! And if the hallmark of a good blog is to help readers, than this is one of the very best around.

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