The Fashionable ESQ was born in January of 2011 out of a love for everything fashion and photography related. I started my little blog with the hopes of having an outlet for the small part of me that's creative.
I'm a Miami based lawyer who has varied tastes ranging from polished & structured work suits to trendy and brightly colored anything. I love clothes and accessories! Lawyers can be fashionable, too!
I'm always looking to improve the look of my site, the quality of my personal style posts, my content and the photography that appears on the blog. Let me know if you have any suggestions or tips.
1. What camera do you use to shoot your pictures?
A Canon T2i with a standard 18-55mm lens. I recently added a Canon fixed EF 50 mm lens into the mix and have been using that for my personal style pictures.
2. Do you take your own pictures?
No, my boyfriend, the VP of The Fashionable ESQ takes all of my personal style photographs. He painstakingly crouches his 6'4" frame down to get the perfect accessories' shot, all the while dealing with my constant shifting and badgering. I love him! He has zero interest in fashion, but still supports the blog!
3. Another lawyer fashion blogger, yay! What kind of law do you practice?
I don't discuss the the type of law that I practice or where I work, but I do always love hearing from other Fashionable ESQ's. There are times where I can only post once a week and that is because my ESQ work always comes first.
4. What does ESQ mean? It is short for Esquire - lawyer.
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