Beauty, Coffee Break with Emily, Fashion, TRAVEL


Hey I’m Emily Soule! You can usually find me in random hole in the wall coffee shops researching the latest fashion trends, in waiting rooms getting ready for a tv or musical theater audition, or stressing about school! I am currently a Sophomore at FIDM (Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising), majoring in Merchandise Marketing. Besides being a full time student I am also an actress and a part of SAG (Screen Actors Guild). I have starred in many commercials and theater productions like “Les Mis”, “Nine”, “Sideshow”, “Wicked”, “Avita”, and many more! I have been a production assistant and stylist for many productions from student films to NBC’s The Voice. When I’m not acting, working or studying I like to travel around the world to understand culture, fashion trends and try new foods! I also love to go to concerts, explore new beaches along the California coastline, and going on mini adventures with my friends. This is a place where you can escape the stresses from everyday life and read about fashion, beauty, travel, food and college life! Welcome to my little world!

Question of the day: What kind of things would you like me to specifically talk about or try?

lots of love, Emily Soule

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Have you ever just wanted to pack your bags and go on a spontaneous trip? Its what I want to do 24/7! My favorite thing to do while traveling is to learn about new cultures, foods and fashion! Come along with me on my journey around the world!

Question of the day? : What is your dream destination?

lots of love, Emily Soule



Fashion is so important whether you like it or not. Its not just about buying the newest and trendiest clothes. It reflects the financial stand point in that decade, helps our economy, and lets people express themselves. If you look closely throughout the years you can see that when the economy is doing well fashion is more extravagant with beading, bright colors and expensive fabrics. But when the economy is doing poorly fashion becomes more simple, colors are muted and fabrics are cheaper quality. Back in 2009 the US market collapsed, guess what became super popular? Skinny jeans, Jeggings, and leggings! Why? The commonly used fabrics, polyester and spandex are some of the cheapest on the market. That is just one of many examples of how the fashion industry has to evolve in order to survive in this changing economy. When people think of fashion they think of high end designers and celebrities wearing $30,000 bracelets. But thats not the case. In my blog I will be showing dupes for high end runway styles, lookbooks, and much more! Becoming a fashionista isn’t unachievable you just haven’t found your niche yet, but I will help with that!

Question of the day? : What kind of trends do you want me to talk about and what runway styles do you want me to copy for less?

lots of love, Emily Soule





Coffee Break with Emily

Coffee Break with Emily

When ever I get stressed out or just need some time to relax I will usually go to my local coffee shop to just unwind and reflect. This segment in my blog will be my weekly thoughts, new favorites and some vlog type videos! So hopefully you will enjoy watching a 19 year old stress about her future while also spending too much money on coffee and tacos.

Question of the day?: What do you do to unwind and relax?

lots of love, Emily Soule