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September 24, 2011  | by: Lindsay Shoemake

The Man Repeller Blog

As women, we often wonder how easily we “ooh” and “ahh” over the latest gutsy trends like high-waisted pants, over-sized sweaters (or over-sized everything, for that matter), and mixed prints, while men stare at us, heads cocked awkwardly to one side with a puzzled expression covering their mug, obviously trying to decipher the art of women’s fashion.

Leandra Medine is a fun and fearless blogger envisionary.

Enter Leandra Medine, fashion writer and leading lady of “The Man Repeller,” a blog entirely devoted to exactly what its title implies — quizzically repelling and confusing men with high fashion looks.  The blog’s subliminal message simply screams “the more man repelling, the more fashionable.”

Medine’s quirky and unequivocally original sense of style has received public praise from the likes of Teen Vogue, Lucky Magazine, Style.com, and Elle since the inception of “The Man Repeller” in 2010.

Medine is fearless when it comes to trying new trends and pushing the stylish envelope, whether its through ruffles, eccentric prints, or snakeskin booties all compiled into one ensemble.

Follow the stylish endeavors of one of the fashion industry’s most entertaining and inspiring informants at The Man Repeller!

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