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Ashley Nicole's Fearless and Experimental Style

Ashley Nicole Grobmeier is a walking fashion tip; when she enters a room, it's hard not to stop, stare and begin taking some serious mental notes. At 25, Ashley Nicole has made a name for herself around the valley as a hairstylist extraordinaire and fearless trendsetter.

We assume Ashley's impeccable style has something to do with her success as a hairstylist. Her fancy finger work has landed her numerous gigs in both LA and New York and supplied her with an impressive celeb-heavy client list. Lucky for us, we can find this stylish diva locally at Chopper's Hair Studio in North Scottsdale and while we're at it, get some high-fashion insight on what she's wearing.

What are you wearing right now? A vintage button up blouse, J Brand jeans, vintage jewelry and black wedge boots by Sam Edelman.

What is the last item of clothing you bought? I just recently purchased another Alexander Wang bag. Not clothing, I know, but accessories make the outfit.

What is the item of clothing you most covet at the moment? I'm obsessed with my Native American inspired cloak from Black Market Baby.

Give us a childhood memory of you and clothes: I was actually a huge tomboy as a child. I rarely cared what I looked like.

Name five items every woman should have in her closet:
1. A pair of tailored trousers
2. A lightweight button-up blouse
3. Chunky knit sweater
4. Wedge boots
5. Thigh high socks

Name an item of clothing that's best when it's vintage: Fur coats

Name an item of clothing you should NEVER buy used: Undergarments!

What is your one piece of fashion advice for Phoenix? Have fun with your wardrobe. Experiment to find your own personal style and don't be afraid to make a statement.

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