Fashion Fun at #Blogher10

With all the time and energy that went into packing just the right fashionable items for Blogher, it’s still fun to see some of the wacky styles that the gals pull off for all the fun events.
If you have missed the CheeseburgHer parties, you have missed wearing a McDonald’s hat on your head. You could even bedazzle and embellish your hat to make it one of a kind. Alphamom Isabel serves the burger of the day to you with a smile and a particularly stylish bag hat.


Isabel Kallman (Alphamom)

Some bloggers have their own style and Aliza Sherman is easily spotted in her pink boa and tiara. It just shows that you can add personal flair to any outfit to create your signature look. Or just have fun! There are no fashion rules with this group of fun women!

Aliza and Danielle

Aliza Sherman and Danielle Smith

Sometimes fancy outfits have special importance.

Catherine Conners (Her Bad Mother)

You couldn’t miss the flurry of women (and men) in tutus during Blogher’10. An event, Tutus For Tanner, included a weekend 5k run through NYC to raise money for Catherine’s (Her Bad Mother) nephew Tanner who has Duchennes Muscular Dystrophy.

I love this picture.

So if you wondered why a group of attendees would be proudly wearing tutus to a blogger conference when fashion was all the talk not days before, it was all for the love of Tanner. When the online community pulls together to support friends it’s so amazing.

We’d love to see your fashion best at Blogher’10. If you have any photos that should not be missed, link them up in the comments and we’ll give them a shoutout on twitter!

flickr photos credit
Jo-Lynne Musings
Jo-Lynne Musings

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