Broke But Bougie Launches in Style…But On Budget

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New lifestyle/fashion website and webseries for the young professional woman.

Broke But Bougie

"You’re fresh out of college. Debt, ramen noodles and a plastic bowl are just about all you have to call your own. Good luck looking the part at your first job interview when all you’ve got is your mom’s old business suit—but now we are here to help."

Broke But Bougie, a blog and web series helping young women take on the daunting yet exciting professional world without breaking the bank or losing their minds, has launched.

“I’m under no delusion that I’m a fashion expert,” said Broke But Bougie's Vice President of Content, Bridget Lappert. “I’m just your best friend in this with you.”

Broke But Bougie brings to life a unique vision of hope – that will help these young women get through trying times while maintaining their budgets. Broke But Bougie offers fashion advice, etiquette on topics like thank you notes versus thank you texts and empowering stories on how to do it all on their own.

“You’re fresh out of college. Debt, ramen noodles and a plastic bowl are just about all you have to call your own,” said Lappert. “Good luck looking the part at your first job interview when all you’ve got is your mom’s old business suit—but now we're here to help.”

The writers and contributors have searched all over to bring readers the best tips, tricks, and bargains in fashion, eateries and beauty products. A notable section of Broke But Bougie is a section called “Women You’ve Never Heard of.” Broke But Bougie will bring to life the hysterical and trying stories of assistants to executives, politicians, musicians and more.

“We see quotes every day from women like Mother Teresa, Coco Chanel and Amelia Earhart, but what about the assistant that can never catch a break but is the first into work every day,” said Lappert. “Not many of us will fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean, but we can all live incredible lives and accomplish great things. Sometimes the women you’ve never heard of are exactly the inspiration we need.”

Here is a list of the other content that will grace the website and webseries:

Website Sections                             

  • Be Bougie                    
  • Beauty, Hair and Makeup    
  • Something Old/Something New
  • Deliciousness            
  • Thirfty Threads
  • Women You've Never Heard Of

Webseries

•On the Carpet with BBB

  • Women You've Never Heard Of

Broke But Bougie is a new entity of Yellow Line Media. Yellow Line is a San Diego based media conglomerate, which develops various types of entertainment that influences culture in positive ways.

About Broke But Bougie: Being fresh out of college with the alma mater hoodie, a used pair of sweatpants and a first job interview is scary. Good luck looking the part when there is only those worn out high school jeans and mom’s old business suit.Broke But Bougie, a blog and webseries dedicated to helping young women look and feel fresh, fine, and fabulous taking on the professional world without breaking the bank. For more information visit http://www.brokebutbougie.com

About Yellow Line Media: Yellow Line Media exists to develop, produce, and distribute quality entertainment that engages and influences our culture in positive ways. Yellow Line Media, a Southern California based, independent media company, was recently formed by the merger of a traditional production company and a forward thinking marketing firm. This team of artists and entrepreneurs seeks to combine their track record of professional success, love of entertainment, and passion for social change to create a legacy: a new generation of entertainment professionals and media consumers, united and inspired by their shared stories. For more information visit http://www.yellowlinemedia.com

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