Q&A: On to the Next Trend's Angela Carini

The Glen Mills-based blogger shares her best fashion tips.



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ON HER BLOG'S EVOLUTION:

I'd always really been into fashion and sharing things on social media. I was trying to be creative and put things out there for people, whether it was an outfit or a beauty routine. In April of last year, I launched my blog not knowing anything about what blogging was or how to create a website—and I ran with it. I talk about everything from kitchen organization to nail inspiration to beauty tips.

PERSONAL STYLE:

I'd describe my style as simple, chic and trendy. I don’t wear excessive amounts of jewelry or accessories, but I do love to embrace new and different trends.

HOW SHE SHOPS:

I love to online shop. Influencers also play a huge part in what I wear. I’ll have something like overalls and style it with a simple T-shirt and sneakers, but I’ll look at influencers to find new ways to style the staples.

GO-TO PLACES TO SHOP:

Showpo, Nordstrom, ASOS and Forever 21. For beauty, I’m an avid Ulta girl. For home décor, I love Wayfair and Target.

FAVORITE ITEM IN HER CLOSET:

My hat collection and this gold ring with a little star on it that was my grandmother’s.

HER SHOPPING SPLURGE:

Shoes and mascara. I use IT Cosmetics Superhero and the Lancôme lash primer, and I won’t compromise that.

ITEMS EVERY WOMAN SHOULD HAVE:

Solid-color bodysuits, a really great hat to accessorize with, and some kind of functional but trendy clutch.

GO-TO CASUAL OUTFIT:

Joggers or a pair of leggings with sneakers, a V-neck and a cardigan.

GO-TO DATE-NIGHT OUTFIT:

Skinny jeans, a bodysuit and simple gold hoops­. Or a statement piece like a jumpsuit with a pump or an espadrille.

BEST FASHION ADVICE:

No matter what style or trend is out there, don’t be afraid to embrace it. If I see something I love and I want to rock it, I do. If you’re loving a trend that isn’t really out there yet or you think people aren’t going to like, just go for it.


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