Hey! My name is AshLee Frazier. I’m a Texas-born babe who loves sharing my thoughts, opinions and fashion! When I was a kid — too young to drive and before the world of Pinterest — I would walk to the grocery store every month and buy all the fashion magazines I could carry home. I would sit on my floor, cut out outfit images and paste them on a page, creating a book that would be labeled for each one of my girlfriends. Then I would invite them over into my “girls only” clubhouse and present each one of them with their very own three-ring binder of looks. It goes without saying fashion runs deep in my heart. This was my blog in the 80s.
Now I get to travel the world and share with you all not only my fashion but my experiences. Whether I’m in Bali or swinging on my front porch, I’m always looking for content in my everyday life to share with you.
About my blog: I love the line from Maybelline “Maybe she’s born with it” because that’s just what this blog is about. ashleefrazier.com is a lifestyle blog where I share all the things in my life I was born to love.
The Bachelor: In 2013 I had a role on this show called The Bachelor. It was a whirlwind “journey” I wouldn’t trade for anything. After the airing of my season, I was inundated with emails from fans asking about my fashion, fitness, beauty tips and — of course — my love life. The only way I felt I could express all this was to start a blog. And that my friends is how ashleefrazier.com was born. I never could have imagined that going on a reality show would put me at the forefront of your lives, and I am overwhelmed and grateful you have welcomed me into your homes and lives.
Marriage: My journey over the past few years really is developing into something I could have never imagined. In March of 2017, I married the sweetest, most supportive and giving man, Aaron Williams. We have known each other since 2004. Clearly God needed to work on a few things in my life before I was ready for marriage. The best part of my decision to marry Aaron is that I let God lead me in His timing and not mine. That’s how I know we are meant to be.
My girls: Aaron and I now have two sweet little girls, Navy 3 and Everleigh 1. Navy is my precious girl with strength and gentleness. She’s going to be a rule follower. Everleigh, from day 1 she has been miss personality. I tell people she’s my sensitive girl that’s going to be popular. Navy is going to rule the world. Funny how they are different. I wouldn’t change it for anything.
How tall are you? I am 5’3-1/2” Weight: 106
What size do you wear? Dresses: XS Jeans: 24-25, depending on the brand Tops: Small (and for flowing tops XS) Bra size: 32DD Shoe size: 5.5
What does Aaron do? Aaron owns and operates a family business in land developing. They buy massive amounts of land and do the prep work for home builders to buy the land and build homes on. The prep work consists of building the paved roads, putting in the community facilities, utility placement, etc. — Wow, he’s going to be so happy I know all this. See babe, I CAN pay attention and make dinner at the same time!
How did you get started blogging? Great question! I love this one because my answer is different than the average blogger. After being on The Bachelor, I was overwhelmed with questions about my life and where to find my outfits. I wanted to find a way to answer everyone, so I started my blog. At first it was called “My Love It Life,” but then I realized having a blog name wasn’t for me, so I changed it to ashleefrazier.com. (I hope to drop the Frazier one day.)
How do you get so much volume in your hair? & What is your hair routine? I can thank my biological mom for this. I have what people call 80s hair. It’s big, unruly and a frizz ball. I do what I can to manage it.
When were you adopted? I was 6 years old when I was adopted. I met Bruce and Deborah Frazier a few days before my 3rd birthday. They fought a hard, long battle for 4 years to adopt me. You can help raise money by donating to Methodist Children’s home, which is the company my adoption went through. If you would, mention my name so that we know how much each year we are raising.