Megan Bartley is a style writer, editor, and social media manager based in Seattle, Washington. As a managing editor and writer with extensive social media, web, and print experience, she thrives in situations where working directly with local and national clientele to produce strong content that makes an impression. Used to working on a deadline, she's known for creating clean, fresh copy that’s brand focused and bold. 

Currently a freelance writer and stylist for The Seattle Times and Seattle Bride magazine, her focus is on web, print, and social media content development and engagement. Before moving full time to editorial, she was the social media and community manager for VMware's vCloud Air public cloud service, as well as an editor at MSN. She's also the former (and inaugural) Seattle city editor for Miss A, a national online women’s magazine highlighting charity and style, and has bylines spanning publications all over the country. 

Specialties: Lifestyle, health, trends, accessories, local style events, fashion, bridal and design

It's a Classic: Spring Looks for Men are Anything But Trendy

It's a Classic: Spring Looks for Men are Anything But Trendy

The winter-into-spring shoulder season is a great time for menswear, with timeless jackets, cool shoes and cozy sweats blooming in stores like early flowers.

While spring seemed much farther off when I wrote this piece, it was still fun to start thinking about warmer weather wear, and how to throw it into the mix come those soon-to-arrive (here's hoping!) sunny days.

My round-up of new classics for men this winter and spring were featured in The Seattle Times in early February. You can read more here

You're Welcome: Seattle-Inspired Gifts for Guests

You're Welcome: Seattle-Inspired Gifts for Guests

Coordinate System: 4 Stylish Looks for the Groom

Coordinate System: 4 Stylish Looks for the Groom