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Blogger Arielle Nachmani: Taking On The Fashion World One Post At A Time

Paige Garrett |
October 9, 2011 | 10:59 a.m. PDT

Staff Reporter


Arielle Nachmani, a 23-year-old new yorker, is the creator of the fashion blog Something Navy, a site tailored to the needs of budget weary fashionistas across the nation.

A post from Arielle's blog during New York Fashion Week.  (Somethingnavy.com)
A post from Arielle's blog during New York Fashion Week. (Somethingnavy.com)
Nachmani posts new looks almost daily, combining designer pieces with more affordable staple items from chain stores like H&M, Zara and Forever 21.  

Arielle has been building her blog for years, following in the footsteps of older sister and stylist of Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, Danielle Nachmani.

With her feet finally past the threshold of the fashion world, Arielle is a force to be reckoned with in the realm of bloggers.

Featured in Teen Vogue, Send the Trend and Style Caster, Nachmani's success has been noticed by multiple companies within the fashion industry who gift her clothes and accessories with a hope of their merchandise being seen.

During this year's New York Fashion Week, Nachmani was invited to multiple events including Teen Vogue's hate spot where she doled out fashion advice. 

She also hosted a Joe's Jean event with her sister as well as the Lauren by Ralph Lauren & Glamour Magazine's fall 2011 Pink Collection this past Thursday.

Arielle recently acknowledged her growing fame on the site, writing:  "I have to start off this post by telling you how amazing it's been meeting readers on the streets of New York this past week. I don't know what it is about this week, but I'm loving it! It's such a great feeling having the girls who check the blog often come up to me and let me know how much they like it. Honestly, there is no better feeling. I love that I can be an inspiration to girls getting dressed in the morning. "

Nachmani is one in a million, as the number of fashion bloggers grows exponentially each day.

Her self-made success, however, is far from average and it is clear that she has no intention of stopping any time soon 

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