Meet Guest Blogger, Dana Cristina Malaescu

So lately I have been thinking about hosting a guest blogger on iamglor.com. alas! tomorrow, my wish will come true by way of a fellow fashion blogger whose blog is one of my fav to read. Her name is Dana Christina Malaescu and she is a London-based law and fashion journalism graduate. Dana’s post will be published tomorrow and will focus on one of spring/summer 2012 hottest trend: Monochromatic outfits. So, don’t forget to sign up for email updates so you can be added to email list to get notification of post. Please join me in welcoming Dana! I can’t wait for you to see her trend report! In the meantime, here’s a little about her.

About Dana Christina —

Dana Christina is a law and fashion journalism graduate, fashion and style writer.  She loves fashion, enjoys observing other people’s style. She lives in London where she works at a fashion magazine. During her free time she blogs about fashion on her blog, Fashion Tag.  She believes “Fashion is a way of expressing ourselves, of experimenting with moods”. She is an aspiring writer who would like to get published someday. She is also aspiring to become Editor-In-Chief of a fashion magazine. She loves success stories and brave, happy, laid back people. She believes in big dreams and making things happen.

If you’d like to guest blog on iamglor.com, please send me an email at glor@iamglor.com, or direct message me on Twitter @iamlgor.

Xo,

Glor

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5 thoughts on “Meet Guest Blogger, Dana Cristina Malaescu

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