Jade Leach

Freelance Content Writer, Copywriter & Editor

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Hi! My name is Jade Leach and I'm a creative and professional content creator with 4+ years of experience ranging in various forms of online media. My expertise includes producing copy for websites, branded products, marketing materials, landing pages and more. Carrying a superb ability to meet needs quickly, I'm constantly developing unique concepts and provide brand-right copy for diverse projects. My broad-based background spans from luxury fashion to a home and lifestyle focus within dynamic organizations as well as freelance work. I'm also proud to say that I'm recognized as a hard worker, excellent team player and pivotal leader who’s determined to provide powerful copy that exceeds expectations.


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Designer, Hilary Star de Roy Built Her Brand On Ankara Prints

Photo: Courtesy of Royal Native Now that spring has officially shown its face, there's typically a common routine that most fashion mavens abide by -one that requires revamping your wardrobe. And while the responsibility can turn into an effortless transition (especially after being done every 3-4 months) there's always one concern I find myself facing: searching for essentials that are bound to stand out.

How 87eclectics Is Transforming The Accessory Market

Photo: 87eclectics Any outfit can be upgraded with the right accessory. After all, adding the perfect accent to a look (whether simplistic or bold) is pretty much an impeccable formula for an effortless day of style.

Why This Intimate Apparel Line Is Our Next Lingerie Go-To

Photo: Impish Lee If you've ever shopped for lingerie, then you know that the experience can easily turn into a nightmare. Between designs that may not excite you, and separates that never seem to fit perfectly, the search can literally go on forever without a successful purchase.


SB Exclusive: NYFW First Look Backstage At Baja East

If there's one thing we can look forward to when attending a Baja East runway, it's the brand's traditional aesthetic of luxe cashmere and knitwear. But for fall, the designer duo - Scott Studenberg and John Targon - transformed its rebellious clan for what seemed liked an exotic evening event.

VIvienne Tam Takes It To The Street For Spring 2016

Photo: Jeff Grossman/WENN Best known for her luxurious evening gowns in today's world of fashion, Vivienne Tam introduced another side during her spring 2016 runway show. Taking a step back from her usual glamorous aesthetic, the collection was inspired by the "increasingly androgynous nature of fashion in the '20s and today's 'street' culture" - which explains the effortless vibe that was instantly brought to the runway.

Taoray Wang's Spring 2016 Dominating Woman

Photo: Kyle Blair/WENN This season might have only marked Taoray Wang's second spring presentation at New York Fashion Week, but by the look of her collection, the goal was inevitably clear. Taking inspiration from the epic film, "Out of Africa," the international designer debuted a stylish replica of the movie's heroine - who fought against dominance while elegantly performing her daily duties on a plantation.

How To Master Betsey Johnson's NYFW Hair Inspiration

Photo: Alexandra Wyman Betsey Johnson's runway shows always find a way to focus on the quirky and eccentric - so it was no surprise that this season's catwalk was nothing short of amazing. The annual event marked the designer's 50th anniversary in the fashion industry, and Johnson's spring/summer 2016 debut didn't disappoint.



Need-To-Know Tips To Help Recover From A Weekend Of Wearing Heels

Photo: Shutterstock Whether we wish to believe it or not, the holiday season is coming to an end. And while most of us are getting ready to make that grand entrance back into the office, there are necessary preparations that should take place first: one of them being the proper foot recovery.

10 Closet Organization Tips For Your Spring Cleaning Session

Photo: Living Room via Shutterstock That time of year that every fashion maven dreads, has finally come upon us. While we know you've been anticipating the warmth of spring to break out your latest threads, there's also some responsibility that comes with seasonal transitions.

10 DIY Beauty Products You Can Make

Photo: Pinterest When it comes to the endless beauty products collected over the years, chances are you've fallen victim to anything new, shiny and deemed to work wonders. We can all admit that there have been moments where we've indulged in the latest must-have item simply because it's the talk of the town.

EBONY Magazine (August-December 2012)


Callula Lillibelle showcased a Grace Jones eye and vamp check, created by Dawn Georgiadis for AVEDA. Nail artist Sinnamon for Zoya created a soft metallic French tip for the Noon by Noor Spring 2013 collection. Manicure genius Deborah Lippmann created blue & white-checkered mani that surprisingly enough worked with Kate Spade¹s ladylike collection.

Cheap & Chic: Women's Winter Coats Under $150

Burberry Runway Inspiration: Winter's Top Toppers Inspired by Burberry's Fall 2012 Runway Show. (Photo Courtesy of Style.com) The Bold Cape: Made to brave the coldest of temperatures and available in extended sizes. (Dress Barn Cape, $109.00; dressbarn.com) The Belted Coat: A belted overcoat adds a sense of sophistication to your wintery wardrobe.

Cheap and Chic: Prints and Blazers Under $100

The Runway: Rachel Zoe captures the simplicity of glamour this season, with her Fall 2012 collection of blazers and tops. Photo Credit: style.com Blazer: This eye-catching blazer can easily transition from the office to a night on the town. ($49.95; www.hm.com) The 'Aqua' Blazer: This three quarter sleeved blazer gives you a perfectly polished work look.

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