Published on October 14, 2016 — Leave a comment

Badass Mom Megan’s Superstar Style Guide

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Inside Edition correspondent and badass mom Megan Alexander has the style game mastered. When you spend your days on camera, you quickly learn what works for your shape, and what brands and styles you feel most comfortable in. From a day at the studio to date night with the hubs, Megan shows us how to pull together four easy outfits for the cozy season ahead.





Lucky Brand plaid shirt. Gap jeans. Aldo bootsAldo boots.




BCBGMAXAZRIA cardigan. Gap jeans.



Express blazer. Vince Camuto leggings. Forever 21 sandals.

“It’s very fun to shop for secondhand clothes and make a great find.”

What are your go-brands?
Express, Banana Republic, Vince Camuto, and BCBGMAXAZRIA.

How does your work style differ from your off-duty style?

Work style is usually a blazer and black pants. I’m not always sure what the workday will entail. I might be climbing a mountain, interviewing a celebrity, or running thru the streets of NYC, so I try to look cute and professional, but make sure my heels aren’t too high. I also wear a lot of bright colors at work because those tend to look best on camera.

My off-duty style is easy and comfortable—neutral colors, jeans, and boots.

How do you wear dresses in the fall?

I love to wear a dress with black tights and booties, and maybe add a leather jacket.

Any colors you gravitate to in the fall?

I love fall colors—brown, cream, navy, red. You will also see me in a lot of plaid shirts with black leggings and boots!

Any favorite ways to layer as it gets colder?

I love scarves, biker jackets, and sweaters that work under coats.

How has your style changed since becoming a mom?

Once you become a mom, you don’t have as much time, so I do throw on black leggings and easy sweaters even more! But I feel like my overall style has not changed.I just lay out my outfit the night before because I don’t have as much time in the morning.

How do you shop for your kids?

My boys are always running around and getting dirty, so we don’t get too dressed up. Gap Kids, Target, Old Navy—they all have great kids’ clothes that aren’t too pricey. Especially at thredUP!

“Dress for your body—know what works for you and own it!”

This post is part two of a three-part series. Shop Megan’s style picks and read her incredible story! Stay tuned for Megan’s 5 can’t-miss negotiating tips.