Hi! My name is Jessica and I am a 30 something blogger living in Los Angeles with my husband, Nate. I have always had a huge passion for high end fashion, but have yet to make the $$ to have a closet full of designer clothes, so I started my blog to showcase my fashion-on-a-budget looks and help other women see you don’t have to break the bank to look chic.
What is your blog about?
Miss Moore Style started out as a fashion blog for anyone with a taste for high-end fashion who is on a budget, but over the years that has expanded to include travel, lifestyle, and beauty!
What does travel mean to you?
Travel is something that I crave on the regular…I regret not traveling more in my early twenties, so it has been my mission in the last several years to travel as much as I can. When I travel my soul just feels so full, and I always come back home with a better understanding of the world around me and a deeper appreciation for cultures that are unlike my own.
Where are you from?
I am from Nashville, TN, but moved to LA in 2008 to pursue acting…I now definitely feel like a true California girl.
How and why did you start blogging?
I started blogging in 2013 at a pretty low point in my life. I needed a creative outlet and maybe something to justify my shopping habit…I’m only slightly kidding! But in all seriousness, I really felt that I could provide a unique space of inspiration for other women who are trying to live their best lives on a budget and I am so glad I took the leap because starting my blog and working to see it grow has been one of the single most gratifying things I have done in my life!
What has been your favorite trip?
What was your favorite travel moment?
Going swimming with dolphins in Israel followed by an afternoon on a yacht in the Red Sea is the one to beat right now…It was my first time swimming with dolphins and it something I had wanted to do so badly ever since I was little!
What advice would you give to others who are just starting their blog?
Hone in on what makes you unique!!! Be you and don’t give up, like anything worth doing, it takes time, patience, and a lot of hard work!