Laura's fun, creative style is, as she says, "somewhere between Madewell and Joan Jett" (YES.) and she delivers some mean dressing room selfies so keep an eye out for those. Fun fact? She loves getting her hair cut and we love to see what she has up her sleeve.

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Let’s get the basics out of the way: where you live, how many kids, etc.: I live in Portland, Oregon with my husband, Pinky (long story…legendary), 6 year old daughter, Sienna, a pup named Camper and a fish named Katy Perry.
Three words to describe your personal style. Go.: Comfortable, Edgy, Geek-chic
Who are your style icons? How do you integrate those tastes into your own wardrobe if at all?:
I mostly take inspiration from street style, but I do love Alexa Chung’s easy/classic/polished style and Kristen Stewart’s (yes, the girl from Twilight, don’t judge- did you see her play Joan Jett?!) girl-rocker style. What I love most is mixing a bit of casual/menswear-vibe pieces with a touch of feminine and a touch of edgy. Balance of an unexpected mix of pieces is always my ultimate goal. i.e. If I do wear a dress or feminine blouse I usually grab my moto jacket. If I’m wearing mostly menswear style pieces, I’ll be sure to have on lipstick and earrings. 
How has your personal style changed since becoming a mom?:
I definitely have more things on repeat and surprisingly I dress less feminine than I did before having S. I got out of wearing skirts and dresses I think because they’re inconvenient with a kiddo and haven’t looked back. Jeans are my jam.
What’s your most-worn piece? (If it’s sweatpants…we won’t tell.):
My Madewell skinny jeans (have them in 3 washes) and my denim jacket…and any of my ankle boots are on major repeat (especially these). Also, yeah, my freaking raincoat.
Sometimes it’s hard to gauge height from an Instagram or blog post – SO…how tall
are you?: 5’3.5″ Yes, that extra 1/2″ counts. Shorties know.
What drew you to blogging and when did you start?: I used to blog more about my lifestyle and creative/artistic pursuits, but started following and interacting with The Mom Edit after Sienna was born. I joined the team officially in December 2015 after stalking becoming online friends with Shana and sharing some of my outfits inspired by her!
What does a typical day look like? How do you manage time with kids vs blogging
(or work)?: On the days Sienna is in school, I manage quite well, like a sane person even! I’m an introverted parent of an extroverted child and I think I should start a support group for us, no? She literally won’t go in the little reading nook I made for her in my office closet. We are not the same. (I would’ve DIED for one of those when I was little).
After the craziest, worst days we all find salvation in seeing our kids. What’s your
favorite thing to do with them to decompress?: Kitchen dance parties, for sure. Best. Ever. I’m trying to get in the habit of stopping and having one any time stresses are high. It always helps. Plus, Sienna’s moves are amazeballs and yes, I taught her everything she knows. Current playlist: Beck – Where It’s At, Bruno Mars – Uptown Funk, Jackson 5 – Blame It On The Boogie, and, you know it, Katy Perry – Firework.
If you could give only one piece of advice to a timid, new mom (we’ve been there),
what would it be?: You WILL feel like yourself again before long. Don’t get discouraged with all the new. Find something to do for yourself, like taking a little time at a coffee shop weekly or whatever you can manage. It’s all-renewing. As far as fashion, don’t buy too many jeans too soon (guilty), find an outfit combo you feel badass in and put it on repeat, and snuggle in and enjoy that slower time with your babe…because pretty soon they’ll be big enough to say to their preschool teacher in a video “I’m happy of school. I don’t miss my mommy.
What did you dream of being when you were young?: A professional dancer, read: for Janet or Michael Jackson. 
What’s one fashion risk you love to see on others but would NEVER take yourself?: Heavier makeup. Other people look gorgeous in it. I would look like (and have felt like) a clown.