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We all know the saying “a picture is worth a thousand words”, well I agree. For me, the best things to photograph have always been fashion, food and those sandy beaches. So that is primarily what I’ll have sharing and exploring because let’s be real: it doesn’t get much better than that!


For all the curious minds, I’m Morgan Sabine. Growing up on tiny (literally minuscule, I had less than 40 people in my graduating class…) Orcas Island off the west coast of Washington, I needed to venture out into the world and see everything that was out there! College was the perfect start, so I moved to Los Angeles, California and started studying Business Marketing at Loyola Marymount University. It was 1000% the best decision I have ever made in my life even though everyone from my home town told me I’d hate it, I sure as hell proved them wrong. Living 5 minutes from the beach, the constant sunshine and endless cafés, restaurants & shopping is like a vacation you never want to leave. And the best part? I don’t have to. I have since the start of college become an Accounting major but my love of fashion and one day working in the industry has not faltered. Through Sabs Styled I’ll be experimenting, exploring and sharing it all with those of you who care enough to live vicariously through me! Life’s one big adventure and mine is just beginning, let’s see where it goes…


Pictures taken on either a Nikon D3100 or iPhone 6s by yours truly, my sister Dana, or my fabulous friends. Enjoy!

Please leave comments, ask questions and share any suggestions for new places you might think I’d like!

xoxo

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