Dallas-based writer and blogger Haley Schultheis grew up with an enviable wardrobe of taffeta, tulle and polka dots, and she was known to change clothes on a whim. She graduated with a BA in English writing from DePauw University and studied the history of Italian fashion and art history during a semester abroad in Florence. After completing coursework in design and management at Parsons School of Design and interning for Donna Karan New York, she went on to pursue her career as a style writer and blogger in Dallas and founded Nonsense & Sensibility.
In addition to keeping up with her own blog, Haley is a contributing blogger to Taigan Finds and the Condé Nast Style Society and recently had the opportunity to be a part of a Condé Nast video during spring 2012 fashion week in New York City. She has had the pleasure of interviewing inspirational individuals and tastemakers such as Kelly Wearstler, India Hicks, Emily Robison, Martie Maguire, Irene Neuwirth, Plum Sykes and Rachel Roy. When she’s not catching up with her multiple magazine subscriptions, she enjoys reading, writing and traveling. Haley lives in Dallas with her dog, Plum, and several overflowing bookshelves.