New York, NY (PRWEB) April 12, 2005
As the Budget Fashionista, Kathryn Finney knows her way around a sale. The former fashion editor and Chief Shopping Officer of the TBF Group dishes shopping tips as Âthe stylist to the cheapÂ via her popular website, http://www.TheBudgetFashionista.com. Finney and her site, TheBudgetFashionista.com has been recognized as a one stop shop for the budget weary shopper by publications as diverse as Life & Style Weekly, ReaderÂs Digest, and The Wall Street Journal.
ÂCelebrities have personal stylists, everyone else has meÂ, states Finney, just back from a shopping adventure at Woodbury Commons Outlet Mall in Central New York. ÂI get several emails a day from readers concerned about the impact of the rising Euro and falling dollar on their ability to purchase their favorite European designers. Through TheBudgetFashionista.com, I tell them where to score these designers for up to 80% off their retail priceÂ.
TheBudgetFashionista.com was one of the first shopping blogs on the web and continues to teach fashionistas the fine art of scoring designer deals for less. FinneyÂs down-to-earth tone and her tongue-in-cheek humor has to develop a following of 15,000 plus Budget Fashionista newsletter members who eagerly await their monthly newsletters dishing the best tips and deals. Twice a year she does a daily blog from inside the tents of New YorkÂs Fashion Week, demystifying the fashion world through posts like ÂMucus and MalandrinoÂ and ÂHot Dogs Inspire FashionÂ. Some current topics on the site are ÂTen Things Every Budget Fashionista Should Have in Their ClosetsÂ, ÂThe Plus Size GuideÂ, and ÂBoots for Big Foot!Â
For those who seek expert advice on affordable shopping events, the site arms visitors with a variety of Nationwide sale knowledge from shopping events at major department stores like MacyÂs to heavily discounted bridal gowns in Boston to a recent NIKE sample sale in San Francisco.