Bienvenue, أهلاً وسـهلاً, Welcome!  
Growing up in the Bible Belt with parents who immigrated to the US from the Middle East has given me a unique perspective on life, fashion, and art. However, my outlook has not always been so bright.  As a kid, my hair was “different”, my obsession with evil eyes was “strange”, and there was the whole problem of my blending three different languages.  As I have travelled the world and embraced countless cultures, I am thankful more than ever for growing up in a diverse environment. The art of fashion is a unique and delicate concept.  
Through my travels, I have used fashion as a medium of self-expression, but it has also bonded me with others from different walks of life.  As a female attorney in a male dominated industry, I embrace the opportunity to use fashion as a means of standing out.  No color, pattern, or fabric is ever off limits.  The result?!!?  Countless times clients, opposing counsel, or even colleagues brilliantly recount a meeting or interaction with me because “how can you forget the woman in pink?”AdMIRAbly Legal depicts my fashion journey (mistakes and all) and highlights and embraces fashion trends across the globe.  Thank you for accompanying me on this journey!

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  1. The Fat Kat says:

    Hi! Thanks for dropping by my page and liking a post. I consider myself a late bloomer because I like fashion but fashion, unfortunately, hated me. Now, though, I’m getting there…eventually. LOL! Anyway, nice blog. 😀

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  2. kosherkurlychica says:

    Thanks for stopping by my fledgling blog! I need to get crack-a-lackin’ and produce better, more compelling content on a more stringent schedule. It’s time I began to write like I mean it as well (says the English/Bio dual major).

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  3. Mikey Marquistador says:

    Mira, I just wanted to personally thank you for taking the time to read my blog! It means the world to me that you appreciated my writing. I’m still trying to grow my page so every like and every follower really truly do mean the world to me. You have a beautiful blog, by the way! Anyway, hope this comment reaches you in good spirits! Have a good one!

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  4. solebrityapp says:

    Your blog looks great! Thanks for liking one of our posts so that we could see it! We hope you’ll stay engaged with us because your content has great insight and shows you have a passion for what you do. And given that you’re very interested in sharing your thoughts and products you love, we think you’ll love the Solebrity shopping app! Keep up the great work!

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  5. Help Our Momma says:


    Thank you SOOO much for taking the time to read our blog post about the hurdles me and my family are facing during this time. We are working on garnering support for the cancer relief crowdfunding campaign my brother and I made for our mom who is fighting third stage colon cancer. Just you taking the time to read seriously is so awesome to us. If you can please share/reblog our cause or promote our page wherever you can. I trust that you can help make a significant impact on our small, humble family.

    Thank you again!

    Christopher Michael

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  6. Morgan-Lee says:

    Your blog is incredible! So glad I stumbled across this. Your sense of fashion is so individual. It manages to feel really current while still being timeless. Definitely going to be incorporating some of your style into my own wardrobe!

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  7. Casey says:

    Hi AdmirablyLegal!

    Thank you so much for taking the time to visit my blog, Case+Jaye!! It means a lot that a blog with your following took the time and energy to visit my little corner of the web. I hope that my blog might grow like yours one day. I also had the chance to look at your blog, and I love it! Just because you’re a working professional doesn’t mean you have to dress boring, right?! Keep being fabulous!

    Thanks so much, and all the best!

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  8. sarahschaedler says:

    Hi Mira, I’ve just read your introduction and browsed through a couple of your blog posts and I really like your style and your attitude towards fashion 🙂 I totally agree that fashion is first and foremost a means of self-expression and should be used accordingly 😉 I’m following you now 🙂 Keep going and thanks for dropping by my brand new blog and liking my post ❤
    xo Sarah

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  9. Greta Lamfel says:

    Hello Mira

    Thanks for the follow! How have you been and how’s your blog doing?
    I don’t know if you know that I moved my blog to a self-hosted platform. This has prevented me from connecting with WordPress bloggers like I used to. I would still like to remain in contact with your blog. Do you have an RSS feed I can subscribe to?
    If you would still like to follow my blog, may I add you to my mailing list? I send out one email per day with all the blogs posted for the day including blogging tips. You can also unsubscribe at any time if you feel you want to stop receiving the emails. If you are happy for me to subscribe you, please send me your email address.
    Also, I created a blogger tips group to connect with all my long last WordPress blogger friends, and to help all of us to learn from each other. I would love for you to share your knowledge in the group and connect with other bloggers. Here’s the link:
    Blogger Tips Group (https://www.facebook.com/groups/1601156120192716/)

    Finally, here’s a blog I thought you may find interesting:
    The Ripple Effect of Blogging

    Best regards,
    Founder of Healthy Living

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  10. explorebeautyxo says:

    Thanks for liking my post! I followed and and returning the love. Feel free to follow me on any social media too and I’ll follow back 🙂 It’s nice to meet another female attorney-blogger by the way! Do you practice fashion law? I do mainly IP and employment law now, but fashion law would be a dream come true.

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    • admirablylegal says:

      Love your blog! It is always nice to meet other “normal” lawyers 😜. I wish I were in the fashion law practice. I work in house for a petrochemical company with a focus on commercial law (with a blend of other practices mixed in). As an IP attorney, you definitely have a shot at working for one of the big fashion houses. When I do see a rare opening, it’s usually for IP counsel. Fingers crossed we will both land there some time soon.😉

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  11. desgod says:

    This was inspiring! I also work in a male dominate field, computer programming, and though I love fashion, I never thought about using it as a way to stand out. I normally try to hold back so that I can “fit in”. I’m going to start not holding back from now on! Thanks for this & great blog 🙂


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