Style Lessons Learned from EatSleepWear’s Kimberly Pesch

Imagine a life where you only had to eat, sleep, and look chic. While we’re still thinking of a job that could ever make life that simple (and crazy awesome), Kimberly Pesch (the graphic designer, fashion blogger, and self-professed “cupcake enthusiast”) is churning out fashionable look after fashionable look on her blog eat.sleep.wear.

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With a burgeoning cult following and 149,000 Instagram followers behind her, it’s safe to say the Pesch has cemented herself as one of social media’s rising forces in fashion. And it’s no wonder why: Pesch’s daily looks vary from fuzzy-knit sweaters, to plaid shirtdresses, to even gold sequined pants. There is no article of clothing Pesch hasn’t somehow fit to work for her own style.

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Pesch and her blog have been featured in publications like Lucky Magazine and Nylon Japan—where she’s shown thousands of women how she creates an outfit from the ground up.

 

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