Style summit in Bellevue to bring fashion bloggers offline to share insight

The event will be held March 11 at W Bellevue.

The Gossip and Glamour Style Summit will bring over 150 Seattle fashion bloggers offline for a day of shared insight, inspiration and community building.

The event will be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. March 11 at the W Bellevue, 10455 NE 5th St.

The high-energy day features three panel discussions, an inspirational keynote, lunch and refreshments, small group break-out sessions, onsite brand activations and an after-party.

Now in its third year, the summit will partner with W Bellevue to present this year’s content as part of the What She Said event series. Female voices will lead powerful discussions on the business of blogging, changing market trends, brand building and the digital transformations that will shape fashion blogging in the year ahead.

To purchase tickets, visit www.eventbrite.com/e/what-she-said-style-summit-tickets-42156244462

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