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Meg North: Home of "North By Northwest" monthly style blog

Profile Information

Where do you live? (country or state)
Georgia, USA
Do you work in the fashion industry?
I would like to work in fashion
About Me
I am a Marketing graduate of Mercer University. I love the fashion and style industry, and would love to work for a magazine or other published fashion media. I am interested in all areas of fashion from design to personal shopping to advertising to event planning; I want to learn about it all! I would love any opportunities or suggestions you could give me on how to get started!
Fashion Industry Experience
No fashion industry experience...yet...
Favorite Fashion Designer or Fashion Brand
Stella McCartney
What is your favorite fashion website? (list the WEBSITE address)
Over 18
What is hot in fashion this year?
One of this year's hottest trends is the jewel-tone. From platform peep-toe pumps in magenta to stove pipe jeans in canary yellow, these bright colors have injected a playfulness back into the fashion industry. One of my favorite uses of jewel-tones are with classic pieces. Take the sophisticated lines of a trench coat and turn it emerald green and WHAM! You've got yourself a reinvented yet timelessly chic wardrobe addition.

Meg North's Blog

Editor’s Feature: Organizing Your Closet

Posted on June 10, 2008 at 1:45pm 0 Comments

Ok, so I may not be the neatest person in the world, but when it comes to my closet I am more than a little obsessive compulsive. My clothes are all organized by type (blouses, skirts, pants, etc), then length (sleeveless, short sleeve, long sleeve, etc). While my clothing is pretty well taken care of, there never seems to be enough room for my shoes and handbags to be stored properly. I want a way to organize my handbags so they aren’t laying all over each other and so I can see each one… Continue

June’s Spendthrift: Bag Borrow or Steal

Posted on June 10, 2008 at 1:44pm 0 Comments

Ok, so North By Northwest is currently obsessed with the Sex and the City movie. Our staff got a private screening the night before it premiered and let me tell you…it was just as fabulous as I knew it would (had to) be! Full of jaw-dropping fashion and style, like only Sex and the City could deliver, there were fabulous Manolo’s that caused constant drool from one of my editors and of course unbelievable handbags that I myself constantly kept wishing for the guts to pull off. Either way, the… Continue

June's Treasure Hunt: Eco-friendly Clutch Wallet

Posted on June 10, 2008 at 1:43pm 0 Comments

So this month how about showing off your eco-friendly style? Take a page out of the Ecoist’s book and invest in their fabulous recycled clutch-wallet. These clutches are made from repurposed candy wrappers, recycled newspapers, old movie posters, and more. Ecoist designs not only clutches for their environmentally-friendly line, but tons of handbags in different styles, colors, and materials, making it easy to find exactly what you want while being kind to Mother Earth. Thanks to Ecoist you get… Continue

June's Obsession: Gladiator Sandals...Sort of

Posted on June 10, 2008 at 1:42pm 0 Comments

This month we’ve been dying to get in the game when it comes to one of this season’s hottest trends: gladiator sandals. However, some of us here at NBNW are feeling a bit apprehensive about wearing so many straps, buckles, studs, etc. What if your style is more simple and classic? Can even those ladies pull of so much pizzazz below the ankle? The answer, my J. Crew junkies, is yes! We’ve scowered the net to find some simpler versions of the powerful gladiator sandal with all the Grecian charm… Continue

June's "It" Girl: Hayden Panettiere

Posted on June 10, 2008 at 1:41pm 0 Comments

Our “It” girl this month is none other than the fabulous Hayden Panettiere. Talk about a girl we can root for: this lady won’t be found in rehab, jail, or table dancing at 4 am, not to mention anything super short, super low-cut, or any other such nonsense. Hayden has a surprisingly sophisticated style for someone so young. At the ripe old age of 18, Hayden has really pioneered the young chic movement. Even when shopping or out to lunch, Miss Panettiere is rarely seen in jeans or t-shirts, but… Continue

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At 9:19am on October 29, 2010, George Kurian said…
Hello, are you interested in fashion merchandise marketing ? We have strong products. Shall I add you as a friend ?
At 2:52am on December 27, 2008, Lynnderek said…

Happy Holidays from Bourgeoisie
At 1:26am on July 27, 2008, Prasanth.v.k. said…

I am from india working in the Apparel and fashion Industry with strong sense on trends over the global market . i am planning to start on my own and like to associate with some one for marketting .

Please advise your interest.
At 2:37pm on June 10, 2008, Apparel1 said…
Meg - here is a little trick that I would suggest. When you post blogs, you may want to set the date of the blog post. For example, rather then submit 4 posts in one day, you may want to set the system to post one blog per day over a four day period. You can post them all at one time so you do not have to go into the system on four days. The reason that I think that this is better is because if someone else posts a bunch of blog messages directly after you do, your posts get pushed down the list. The quicker they go down the list, the faster they will go off the main page of the site. My theory is that if you post once a day, you at least space out the posts and have a better chance of being visible on the main page for a longer amount of time. Anyway, either way is totally fine. Just thought that I would let you know the option. I some times post the same way you do (all at once), but when I remember, I try to spread them out... Again, it is up to your preference.
At 1:46pm on May 12, 2008, Apparel1 said…
Meg - I see you have been busy with the blog posts.. All looks great.
At 9:17pm on March 10, 2008, Rebecca Greenberg said…
Hi Meg,
Thanks for featuring my earrings! I'm having a special promo in my etsy shop--My first customer gets 30% any one item {I posted my comment on your blog page too, but realized no one would probably see it there, I'm not spamming you :)}. Rebecca
At 4:54pm on March 4, 2008, Apparel1 said…
Wow, your page is really coming along. Truly like what you have been doing with the blog.. Good luck with everything.
At 11:28pm on March 3, 2008, Rebecca Greenberg said…
Thank you for the comments and for putting me in your blog!
At 6:03am on March 1, 2008, Sally Green said…
Hi Meg, thanks for stopping by and saying hello. Wow a senior marketing major and about to graduate and head into the real world hey! I too would love to work in fashion, and that's why I created my website at so that I can write about all things chic and the things the I find and love. I do it more because of the passion and if you do this and are good at it I believe you will get there. Best of Luck.
At 4:13pm on February 29, 2008, Rebecca Greenberg said…
Hi Meg,
I am a fellow Georgian and a jewelry artist. I see you like etsy, please check out my etsy store: If you would like to write it up in your blog, please feel free. Good luck with school!

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