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16 year-old style icon shops The Salvation Army Family Store!

Submitted by on February 29, 2012 – One Comment

Meredith - AKA StilaBabe09 - is a 16 year-old YouTube beauty guru!

Two lovely friends whom I’ve known for more than thirty years have three great kids. One of them is 16 year-old Meredith who’s already a style icon on YouTube!

Her YouTube channel is called StilaBabe09 and in the last two and a half years she’s attracted almost 58,000 subscribers and more than 4 million views!

Every Friday she posts beauty advice for her peers about fashion, hair, and makeup.

Last week, she and her mom went to The Salvation Army Family Store near their California home and Meredith came back with two darling outfits that she accessorized with other items.

Next, she set out for a pretty mountain setting with her film crew (well, her mom and dad!) and their black lab to shoot “Thrift Haul: Salvation Army Spring Outfits” about her latest fashion finds.

Click on the white arrow to watch it and make sure to stay through the bloopers at the end!

Meredith has a couple more years till college, but I think she’s already marked out a path as a fashion and media leader!

Our thanks go out to Meredith (and her folks) for helping to spread the message about the great things you can find at a good price in our Salvation Army Family Stores.

Remember, everything you buy or donate to one of our stores helps us raise the revenue which provides residential drug and alcohol rehabilitation to people in your community who need it.

Click here for more information about our Adult Rehabilitation Centers and click here for store and drop off locations.


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