minimal effort. maximum style.
You don’t need a bottomless budget or an endless wardrobe to put together beautiful outfits. You don’t even have to chase the latest trends to look stylish. With Venti Fashion, I aim to educate and inspire women so they can learn how to define their personal style and curate a modest wardrobe filled with essentials that can mix and mingle together. Whether you shop at discount stores, luxury stores, or somewhere in between, you can revamp your wardrobe to its fullest potential and take the guesswork out of putting outfits together.
You can pay for designer pieces and chase down all the latest trends, but neither of those actions will buy you a sense of style.
On Venti Fashion, I share tips to help others incorporate trends without losing their personal style in the process. It is my hope that you leave the site with a new takeaway after each post.
Of course, there is more to life than curating the perfect outfit. On the site, you will also find content surrounding beauty, life, and wellness. I want to empower others to live a well-balanced life so they have the confidence from within, but have the outfit to match.
the perfect inspo session needs
A cozy Spotify playlist, a venti iced coffee, the latest issue of Vogue, and a day in the life vlog.
Based in San Antonio, Chelsey brings a love of wearable fashion to the blogging world with a goal of inspiring others.
Like most fashion girls who grew up in the ’00s, my dream was to work as an editor at a notable fashion magazine. For me, that was Nylon. I loved how eclectic the articles and photos were, and the fashion felt more attainable for younger me who was just trying to find herself. As magazines started to reduce the print frequency in the 2010s and some shifted to online-only platforms, my passion found its home in blogging and rebranded to Venti Fashion.
LOVES: medium-wash jeans. gold jewelry. sage green nail polish. vertical stripes. coffee-scented candles.
fun fact time
have a bachelors and masters degree
enjoy relaxing with a cozy video game
love working on the blog in coffee shops
feel the most free at music festivals and indie concerts
Early mornings, farmers markets, music festivals, movies on opening night, coffee shops, cozy nights
Hustle culture, wearing crocs, body shaming, meetings that could be e-mails, close-mindedness
Agree? We'd probably be friends irl
Want to foster a relationship? I’ve had the pleasure of working with fellow creatives and brands to create content and would love to add you (or your brand) to the list if you're a match! Reach out via email at firstname.lastname@example.org with a brief summary of what you have in mind. Please note product in lieu of payment is not accepted.