Hi there! Welcome to Marblelously Petite. I’m Abby Chhabra, a twenty something university student who is new to the blog world and currently residing in beautiful Southern California.
My love for fashion and beauty started at the mere age of 3. As a ballerina, I was constantly in the spotlight with extravagant, sparkly tutus and glittery makeup. Even as a little girl, I would much rather overdress for an occasion than underdress. While I love dressing up, I also love spending time at my happy place – the beaches in sunny Southern California. All you have to do is take me to the beach and I will show you the definition of joy.
Fashion is such a beautiful form of self-expression that I would never slap a label on my personal style. I have never restricted my style to any single thing because I never want to get stuck in a bubble. I love adventures and that translates to my personal style, too. My style varies from day to day based on my current mood. One day I am dark and grunge, and the next I am preppy and bohemian; however, a few things that have remained constant in all of my looks are my matte lips, statement necklaces, and midi rings.
Although I love the color black – because let’s face it, we all want to look slimmer – I find myself drawn to bright colors that make an outfit pop. My favorites are coral, mint green, and yellow. I am all about the aesthetics, which is where my obsession over taking a good flatlay comes into play. I also have this weird obsession over anything that is wood or marble (hence the name, Marblelously Petite).
Though I love dressing and feeling like a million bucks, I believe that I do not have to spend my entire paycheck on a mere piece of a clothing item to do so. I am all about looking good at an affordable price. In fact, most of my looks costs under $100.
I am excited that you will be joining me on a fashion exploration and discovery. I look forward to creating content that will hopefully inspire your fashion style.
Please feel free to email me at email@example.com with any questions, suggestions, or if you would like to collaborate! Thanks so much for reading and following along!