“The word that comes to mind,” says Thomas, is ‘survivor.’” The author and personality, who's experienced her fair share of lifelong hardships, as she openly bared in a profile with the University of Idaho’s publication called So how did someone with a psychology background go from counseling emotionally distraught women for 3 years to sharing the latest trends before millions of women across American households?
When it comes to Thomas’s mission, the difference is very slight.
She notes how style is largely perceived as a superficial entity, a materialistic obsession, but “it’s the bigger package for me,” Thomas exclaims.
“I know people say ‘do what you love, what motivates you, and what makes you happy,’ ” she says. ” Thomas says by defining “those moments” of personal fulfillment and happiness.
Thomas says her immediate reaction was, “Oh my God, these people can influence so many young girls!
” We discuss how formative and critical a young girl’s teenage years are to her overall confidence levels later in life.
“For me, fashion and beauty are just components style,” she says.
“Style is a form of self expression and how we express ourselves to the world.” Thomas explains how this is relayed not only through the clothes we wear, but it’s largely rooted in confidence – and how it’s relayed to others.
She has been considered a beauty and fashion expert for over a decade, and has appeared on TV shows including E!
Joshua Scott "JC" Chasez (born August 8, 1976) is an American singer, songwriter, dancer, record producer, and occasional actor.
He started out his career as a cast member on the The Mickey Mouse Club before rising to super stardom as one of the two lead vocalists of the boy band NSYNC.
One that haphazardly brought her first to the red carpet for E!
, later as a co-host of the Style network’s show’s style editor.