Sarah Conley

Sarah Conley is a veteran content creator and marketing consultant from Fayetteville, Arkansas. After publishing her first blog, Style It, for over 10 years, she launched Rascal Honey in early 2018 to offer a fresh perspective on style. Her writing has appeared on CNN, Time, Teen Vogue, The Huffington Post, Glamour, and Lucky. She's also appeared in tv interviews on CNBC, Fox News, Great Day Washington, The Huffington Post Live, and People Now. She's worked as a social media consultant for the past nine years, helping fashion & beauty brands like MAC Cosmetics, NARS, Prescriptives, Origins, David Yurman, ELOQUII, ellos, Nine West, Clé de Peau Beauté, Diane von Furstenberg, and many more create meaningful communities online. When she's not writing about style or shopping for makeup at Sephora, she's cheering on the Arkansas Razorbacks and perfecting her guacamole recipe.

Latest Articles

The Track Pants You Can Wear To The Office

The Universal Standard Beaufort Pocket Pants ($130) is everything that I could have wanted if I ever had the opportunity to...

Essential Tools For Content Creators

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The Ultimate List of Free Tools For Content Creators

A carefully curated list of the ultimate free tools for content creators, freelancers, bloggers & more

Sephora Beauty Insider Sale Details & Recommendations

A comprehensive guide to what to buy, what to skip, and what to swatch at Sephora's Spring 2019 VIB Sale.

Inside GabiFresh’s Retro Swimsuit Wonderland

GabiFresh's retro-themed swimsuit collection is back to dominate pools and beaches alike in 2019.

Reformation Launches Plus Sizes – Again

Sustainable fashion darling Reformation has launched their second attempt at plus sizes, Fashionista reports. The brand's first plus size collection, which...

Have You Exfoliated Your Scalp Lately?

I hope you have, especially if you suffer from dandruff, dry scalp, oily roots, or silicone/product buildup.

“Every Body” Marketing Is A Scam

The latest fashion trend is faux inclusivity, aka brands claiming they offer clothing for "every body". Spoiler alert: these brands are lying to you.