Matters of Style



Bloggers Allison Botos and Sarah Fisher

Sarah Fisher and Allison Botos never thought their friendly gabbing about the latest styles, which began after they met in law school in 2003, would go viral. But when the two launched their blog, Matters of Style (mattersofstyleblog.com), after years of casual e-mailing about the latest issue of House Beautiful or a recent handbag purchase, it quickly started drawing thousands of nationwide readers each day. Their posts cover everything from retro wallpaper designs to vintage belts to the latest trends in men’s suits, and they even have a Matters of Style Marketplace, where readers can browse one-of-a-kind home accessories being sold by other readers. Here they share their favorite fashionable looks you can find at local Charlotte shops.

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