Welcome to Annie’s Fashion Sauce, a Boston-based personal style blog for people who dress for themselves.
What is “Fashion Sauce”?
I started this website as a means of combining my first and foremost passions, fashion and writing. While some may find fashion intimidating, or downright superficial, I’m not ashamed to admit that getting dressed gets me up in the morning (—in a world where 1:00PM is considered morning). Since launching “Annie’s Fashion Sauce” in 2013, I have had opportunities to work with household names such as Coach, Primark, Uniqlo, and more, and was featured in the 2016 September Issue of ELLE Magazine. Described by The Boston Globe as a “sartorial adventurer,” my style is eclectic, but my philosophy is simple: fashion is not about status, style can (and should) have a sense of humor, and confidence is always your most essential accessory. So what is “fashion sauce”? It’s style that truly is personal. It’s the choice to let fashion empower you. It’s where fashion meets fun. Whether or not you consider yourself a fashion-lover, I’ll give you fresh ideas to maximize your wardrobe, show you that there is feminism to be found in fashion, and hopefully I’ll give you a few laughs along the way.
I’m a twenty-something sort-of writer and fashion stylist, currently navigating a career in social media. I spend my spare time freebasing Netflix, indulging the munchies, taking jokes too far, sparking feminist debates, and planning my next Halloween costumes. I also occasionally moonlight as a hype girl at Bar and Bat Mitzvahs. (For real.) Ultimately, I hope this fashion photo diary and ramblings will encourage you to express yourself freely through personal style. If you want to know more about my personal beliefs, every episode of South Park is available on the Comedy Central website. Follow me on Instagram to keep up with my everyday style. Stay you, and #StaySaucy!
For inquiries regarding collaborations, promotional rates, and personal styling services, contact Annie Goldman at firstname.lastname@example.org