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People Are Talking

By Cameron

Michigan Ave Magazine

CakeStyle has had some awesome press lately, so we wanted to make sure you’re up-to-date on all of our news and mentions! We also want to say thanks to all of the wonderful news channels and publications who are spreading the word about CakeStyle. Check out our press roundup below in case you missed anything from the past few weeks:

CNBC Street Signs

Our stylish Co-Founders Millie Tadewaldt and Cecelia Myers recently appeared on CNBC’s Street Signs, where we were honored to be introduced as the “next big thing in high end retail.” Watch the segment to find out what Millie and Cecelia have to say about what sets CakeStyle apart from other personal shopping and styling services.

You can also learn how Millie and Cecelia decided what to wear during their appearance in this blog post by Millie!

City Soles TV

Fellow Chicago company City Soles recently interviewed our Co-Founder Cecelia Myers and Buyer Lauren Nelson about dressing from desk to dinner. Watch the video for their advice on the top three things to wear and have at your desk and how to transition from office to evening.

Chicago Tribune

Cecelia has been on a roll with her tips and style advice on how to rock the latest spring trends! In this Chicago Tribune article, she discusses the black and white trend: “This spring is all about contrast. Black and white is a huge trend, in everything from graphic patterns to paneled dresses.”

Michigan Avenue Magazine

The gorgeous photo at the top of this post is from our recent article in Michigan Avenue Magazine! We’re thrilled to be featured in the print and online editions this month, along with a blurb about our personalized service and fabulous clothing.

Fox News Magazine

Cecelia continues to share her expert fashion advice in this article in Fox News Magazine. On wearing sheer clothing for spring: “Sheer fabrics are an ideal way to enhance your figure for nighttime looks. A blouse with sheer sleeves is a great way to show your arms even if they aren’t like Michelle Obama’s. One of my favorite looks is a lace skirt where the liner stops just a few inches before the hem. It allows your legs to be a bit more visible without trying too hard. If you’re worried about it being too revealing, pair some opaque tights with the skirt.”

If you’re craving even more CakeStyle news, make sure to visit our press page!

About Cameron

Cameron is an Assistant Buyer and the Director of Social Media at CakeStyle. She's originally from Jacksonville, Florida and studied Economics at Washington Univeristy in St. Louis. She loves fashion, art, and animals.