HEY! I’M EMILY …
and this is my daughter, Charlie. Thanks for checking out our creative space. I work full time as an Art Director for Better Homes & Garden’s Home Design Group and my blog is where I share all things creative that I love. I have worked in children’s fashion for the last 8 years as a Style Director for small clothing labels and as a personal stylist for Mac & Mia, a children’s clothing service. My passion is putting together textures, patterns, and color palettes in clothing and in home design. I could spend hours surfing the internet and planning these two things. And I do. Just ask my husband.
Hello Charlie // est. 2010
Hello Charlie started in 2010 shortly after the arrival of my first baby as a creative outlet and it has changed so. many. times.
I have had my business blogs in the past as a portfolio of work but I have always wanted to incorporate everything creative I love in one space. So here we are with this blog to document the ideas running around in my head that often keep me up at night. I have held back sharing everything for years because I don’t have the perfect home, perfect anything … and I finally decided who cares?! This is for me and for the people I inspire and most importantly … my kids. They are definitely going to look back someday and think wow, I’m SO glad my mom took so many photos of me in the rain, in the snow, by that vacant building … right?!! They totally will. I hope I can encourage others to style their wardrobes, homes, and lives to represent themselves and ultimately do what makes you happy.
If you have questions about sponsored posts or giveaways, please email me for more information. I am happy to consider them if the products are consistent with those I frequently feature and if they fit within the content and feel of Hello Charlie. Please note I do use affiliate links where I can. This means I earn a small commission from products purchased directly through these links from Hello Charlie. This does not in any way affect or compromise the choices I make when curating products, but it is a way to help support my growing family while doing what I love and offset the costs of maintaining this blog.