If you are new to this site, I would first like to say welcome!  You may be wondering what this blog is about.  The intention behind logojpegthis site is to provide women over 30 with the tools to translate the fashion they see in print, on television or on the web and assimilate it into their own personal style.

Women over 30 face unique challenges that their younger sisters need not concern themselves with yet.  We all know once you hit a certain age, your relationship with fashion begins to change.  Not only do our bodies change, but our lifestyles evolve as well.

Many women express their frustrations with age appropriate dressing, while others are looking to understand how to relate to fashion as a mother with other pressing priorities.

Fashion Sensei explores these issues along with body image, fit and more through the “Fashion Lesson” series where style and fashion topics are tailored to specific body shapes.

While exploring Fashion Sensei, you will find the latest in runway, retail and entertainment news as it relates to fashion. 

If there is a topic that you want to learn more about, stop by the Ask Fashion Sensei tab and leave a comment.  Your inquiry may be used in a future post or featured in a Fashion Lesson.

Thank you for your visit and we hope to hear from you.

About The Editor

tanya-photoTanya Zager Chisholm hails from Metro Detroit and is the married mother of two young boys.

In addition to writing Fashion Sensei, she is the owner of  a fashion consulting business by the same name providing wardrobe styling and personal shopping services to Metro Detroiters.

She has been featured in the fashion and style section of Pink in the Observer & Eccentric; been named a “Trendsetter” by the popular, nationally recognized internet shopping service Shop It To Me; and interviewed for East Wichita News and Detroit Make It Here powered by Detroit Crain’s Business.

Tanya has also had the good fortune to interview Joe Faris of Project Runway, Patti Stanger of Millionaire Matchmaker, celebrity psychic Justine Kenzer and veteran fashion week make up artists such as Dara Klein.

To learn more, please go to the Fashion Sensei Services or contact Tanya at fashionsensei@gmail.com.


8 responses to “About

  1. I added you because I like your blog and it is very similar to mine in many ways, Only your blog is cuter than mine. Keep up the good work.

  2. thefunctionkey

    hey, i like the new look!

  3. Thanks, now that you left this message, it get’s me to thinking, isn’t this the template you use?

    I have to find a new header. I just haven’t had time yet.

    Everyone please bear with me, you may see some crazy stuff in the header until I get it right.

    Any suggestions?

  4. agirlgottaeat

    I’ve been away and hadn’t noticed your new look. I like it. I just updated the look of my blog too.

  5. how do we contact you?


  6. Please visit my Services page. 😀

  7. Ava

    I’m a writer with Detroit Make it Here, a news, information and networking hub designed to grow metro Detroit’s creative economy. Can someone contact me offline at atabb@crain.com.


  8. you’re page is looking great. Just came to say hey! ♥

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