There are these commercials for TJMaxx with a woman dancing in the streets, bags brimming with the latest fashion finds (that's what usually do when I've found great deals). She turns to the camera and says, '??I'??m not only a fashionista. I'??m also a Maxx-inista!'?
I'??m a fashionista. Duh. Anyone who sees my closet knows that. But I also have many other things going on. I love gardening. I have a psychology degree in addition to journalism, so I love things like biology and science-y. I [heart] my dogs. I would climb over people to get to bacon. I envy the knowledge of the sommelier at our favorite restaurant. And if there ever was a zombiepocolypse I would totally survive because I'??m obsessed with zombie movies.
Each woman has many facets of who they are. What'??s your ista? I'??m serious. Name it and then put it on a T-shirt. That'??s what they'??ve doing over at What's Your Ista?. They'??re celebrating all of our passions and hobbies.
There are tons of choices, with categories like career, art, animals, music, obsessions and sports. Take a stand through eco and activism with shirts sporting compost*ista, earth*ista, vegan*ista, reform*ista, or faith*ista, or keep things light with fanciful notions like shoe*ista, geek*ista or makeup*ista. Or if you'??re a Personalize*ista, you can even create your own.
The shirts are super soft and generously sized, so you can comfortably garden in your garden*ista, work out in your fitness*ista, do yoga in your Yoga*ista. Each style comes in a great colors, like bright red, military green, royal blue to name a few.
Now that I'm prepared to celebrate each Cheryl I have on the inside on the outside, my science*ista is going to take my shoe*ista out for BLTs and vino. Maybe we'll discuss the weather report on possible zombies.
What's Your Ista? shirts are available for $24.99 in unisex and ladies slim fits at whatsyourista.com. The create your own shirts are $49.99.
Cheryl Fenton is a Boston-based freelance writer, who writes beauty, fashion and fitness for Boston Common, Stuff and Glamour magazines, as well as her own EasyPeasyBlog.com.'?¨
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