Day In The Life: Boise-Based Stylist & Mother Of 2 Laura Tully
Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
Photography by Photos Courtesy of Laura Tully
Next up in our Day in the Life series is Laura Tully, a Boise, Idaho-based personal wardrobe stylist and co-founder of Next Level Women, a group that’s devoted to training the next crop of female leaders. Born and bred in Jamaica and immigrating to the U.S. at 11-years-old, Tully studied psychology at Montclair State University in New Jersey before discovering that fashion was what truly beckoned her. She learned more about the industry when she took on a management job at J.Crew, later taking the big leap to launch a personal styling biz on her own. Thanks to her “mountain man” husband, for the past 15 years she’s called Idaho home, and is now settled there with her family, including her step daughter Madeline, 14, and baby boy Conner, 15 months. Below, she shares the ups and downs of a day in her life as she and her family wrap up week 3 of a local stay-at-home order, which has recently been extended to April 30th.
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