For as long as I can remember, I’ve always loved fashion. When I was younger*, I would often craft dresses for my dolls out of whatever colorful scraps of paper and fabric I could find.
*Let’s be honest, I still do that. I’m 16 with time on my hands and lots of tissue paper, the only acceptable Barbie doll evening gown material.
Long story short, I’ve always had a knack for clothing design.
In August of 2017, I launched the wildly successful Questionable Tortoise Couture. Though originally intended to be a fashion blog, it eventually became more of a lifestyle blog.
Since launching QTC, I’ve worked with brands such as SkinnyPop, Manna Hydration, and Welly Merk. I’ve also been interviewed and featured on a number of blogs.
Clothes aren’t going to change the world. The women who wear them will.
– Anne Klein
Fashion brings people of all cultures and communities together. Whether it’s costumes or couture, clothing speaks to each of us in a unique way.
My main goal in blogging has always been to inspire others through my posts. I want to create a positive environment where everyone feels welcome. Rebekah Grace Fashion was designed to educate people about fashion, and that’s exactly what I intend to do.
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