StyleCrush: She Might Be Loved’s Georgina Grogan
Meet Georgina Grogan, whose hobby blog, She Might Be Loved, turned into a career.
She Might Be Loved is an award-winning plus-size fashion and beauty blog established by Georgina Grogan in 2013. Grogan, who is indeed loved very much by many fans, has been an active voice in the body positive community. She Might Be Loved won the Best Fashion Blogger award in the 2014 British Plus Size Fashion Awards.
WYV: How do you describe your style? What informs it?
GG: I always think of myself as quite modern vintage, so I love the 1950s silhouette but I have more modern hair and makeup and I style my vintage-inspired dresses in a more modern way too. I love the look because those are the body parts I always loved showing off — my great chest, shapely hips and slightly smaller waist. It’s always been how I’ve liked to dress, but now there’s much better clothes for me to choose from!
WYV: What inspired your brand/blog/project?
GG: I was really bored with my life, due to having a part time job and never really having a fun hobby. People always asked me what makeup I was wearing or where I got my clothes from, so one day I just set up She Might Be Loved and now it’s my three-year blog anniversary next month! I’ve managed to turn it into a career — She Might Be Social is my social media management business. It was honestly just my own interests and what I loved in life that inspired me, and they still do inspire me. I am never bored and now I have such an interesting life where I can travel and work on the go and be my own boss with my own rules. I never thought I’d be this happy working!
WYV: Who are your three top StyleCrushes?
GG: There’s no one I really look to for style; it’s more of a collective of everything I see online. At the minute, I really love vintage-styled dresses!
WYV: Where do you shop? What are your favorite brands/designers?
GG: At the minute I have a lot of Lindybop, with regular pieces from ASOS, Newlook, Yours Clothing and Evans, but I mostly wear my more stand-out pieces from Karina Dresses (an American-based company) or my new favorite, Collectif.
WYV: How do you wear your voice?
GG: Loud, confident and sassily.
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