For many, becoming a blogger has now become a totally identifiable career path. (Ah, how times have changed.)\u00a0But for\u00a0Amra\u00a0and Elma Beganovich, the sisters and\u00a0lady bosses\u00a0behind two major blogging brands\u2014 Club Fashionista and Amra and Elma \u2014it wasn't the plan\u00a0 at all .\u00a0Amra, 32, was working as an economist for different bank projects\u00a0and Elma, 31, was on the path to becoming a super successful lawyer. But\u00a0while they\u00a0both call New York City home, they\u00a0have lived\u00a0 all over the world: from Paris, London, and Madrid, to Washington D.C., Miami, and even Heidelberg. That, coupled with their love of fashion and photos, got them started as bloggers\u2014and it all seemed to snowball from\u00a0there. Now, the two run their own business\u2014with 10 employees to boot.\u00a0We got the scoop on their rise to the top of the blogging biz, how they craft their looks, and what makes\u00a0their bucket list.\u00a0 Marie Claire:\u00a0How did you get into the blogging business? Amra Beganovich:\u00a0 I was exchanging some beauty tips with my friend from Sweden, and realized that we both had some great tricks we learned over the years. We agreed it would be valuable if we could share this with a wider audience. One evening, I sat down and designed my own simple blog. I remember that I didn't sleep that evening trying to make it look presentable and ended up writing my first post. Elma Beganovich:\u00a0 I was in the midst of completing my LLM at Georgetown Law when my sister approached me with the idea of having our own blog.\u00a0 I had always loved taking photos of the latest fashions, beautiful landscapes, and architecture\u2014and of course documenting my escapades around the world.\u00a0So our website really began to take shape.\u00a0 MC:\u00a0 So from there, what happened? How did it transform from an accident to a full-blown career?\u00a0 EB:\u00a0 We started receiving an enormous amount of traffic, and then brands noticed and start approaching us. I realized then that this could very well turn into a business.\u00a0 AB: Within 3\u00a0short months, we reached 150,000 monthly unique visitors.\u00a0As we grew in size, we realized it was a full-time job. Within a year, we left our jobs as an economist and an attorney to work full-time.\u00a0 EB:\u00a0 It was a very interesting time because social media channels were taking shape.\u00a0We realized there was a huge movement of turning to digital influencers who had managed to attract a regional and even global audience.\u00a0 AB:\u00a0 Fast-forward\u00a0almost 3\u00a0years later, we are full-time bloggers, developers, and founders of a 10-person company.\u00a0 MC: What is a\u00a0typical day like? AB:\u00a0 There are no typical days! During fashion week, our days are mostly attending shows and documenting trends for our audience. Other days, we are traveling for projects or meetings.\u00a0 EB: Every\u00a0day is sort of a roller\u00a0coaster and I never know what will be thrown my way.\u00a0I spend a lot of time thinking about what is next in the digital space, and then there are always the mundane tasks with running a company: answering emails, strategizing with our team, and conceptualizing photo shoots.\u00a0 MC: Let's talk about your photo shoots! They so beautifully done and are such\u00a0a huge part of your blog and\u00a0your Instagram presence. How long does a shoot take and how do you decide what to wear? AB:\u00a0 In the beginning, it took us a long time to complete just one shoot but now we're quite skilled\u2014we often shoot multiple looks in one day. My outfits are based on my mood. Now that spring has arrived, my mood is a lot livelier. Our aim is to wear pieces that ultimately make us feel great.\u00a0 EB:\u00a0 I quickly learned that multiple shoots could be accomplished in one day by doing crazy things like changing in the middle of Central Park or Uber-ing your way across town to catch the sunset beneath the Brooklyn Bridge. Most people don't realize that putting a look together and finding the right location to create a mood takes a lot of creativity and time. Also, I have help from my wonderful team in creating looks.\u00a0 MC: How do your personal senses of style differ? AB:\u00a0 I am more of a bohemian; I always gravitate towards easy and timeless pieces. I love feeling a little undone. A\u00a0boyfriend shirt, a worn moto jacket, sneakers, aviators, and hats are my staples.\u00a0 EB:\u00a0 I'm a huge fan of the '50s glamour, like the Old Hollywood looks of Audrey Hepburn and Grace Kelly. I try to incorporate that feel with modern pieces, like ripped denim and even white sneakers. But the femininity, grace, and pretty silhouettes\u00a0of the '50s are a huge inspiration.\u00a0 MC: Who inspires you? AB:\u00a0 I am inspired by all the wonderful ladies I have had the privilege to meet on Instagram. They are everyday women who are strong, creative,\u00a0and kind. I derive my\u00a0daily inspiration from reading their posts and exchanging messages with them. I feel like I'm part of this community\u2014our blog is not a one-way communication tool. I'm also so inspired by women leaders and "girl bosses."\u00a0 EB:\u00a0 I'm inspired the most by people who have endured hardship and have overcome obstacles. These heroes amaze me\u2014where everyone saw doom, they saw opportunity.\u00a0 MC: How do you use your platform to empower women? AB:\u00a0 I try to provide advice or tips that have helped me. I listen to my readers and followers and I try to cover topics they express interest in. My favorite part of blogging is the ability to lend my voice to those who don't have it, to\u00a0support to other women, and shed light on issues that affect us all.\u00a0 EB:\u00a0 My goal is to give women everyday inspiration to be the best versions of themselves. I realize that we don't have an infinite\u00a0amount of resources but\u00a0I hope\u00a0my content can inspire women to travel to amazing destinations, to cook foods they never thought they could, or to rock the chokers again that they probably wore in 6th grade. MC: What is the best piece of advice you've ever received?\u00a0 AB:\u00a0 Working better does not necessarily mean working harder or longer. It just means making more of your time by taking care of yourself, being happier, thinking about ways to improve, strategize, and executing with ease.\u00a0 EB:\u00a0 I don't know if this counts as advice, but there's a Robert Frost quote that says:\u00a0"In three words I can sum up everything I know about life: it goes on."\u00a0 MC: What are three words you'd use to describe your sister? AB:\u00a0 Elma is a classic, a\u00a0warrior,\u00a0and an optimist.\u00a0 EB:\u00a0 Amra is a free spirit, an artist, and a girl boss.\u00a0 MC: What are your beauty essentials? AB:\u00a0 De-puffing eye cream, hydrating cleanser and a night moisturizer, sunscreen, lip balm, concealer, lip stain, and a\u00a0brow pencil. EB:\u00a0 Argan oil\u00a0for hair and skin, and a matte lipstick in\u00a0maroon, red, or soft pink.\u00a0 MC: And what's on your bucket list? AB:\u00a0 Go kayaking or ride a bike in the Grand Canyon, visit Transylvania, and help build a space shuttle that would take humanity to Mars.\u00a0 EB:\u00a0 Travel to the Galapagos Islands, travel beyond Earth, and to leave a legacy behind.\u00a0 Follow\u00a0 Marie Claire on Instagram \u00a0for the latest celeb news, pretty pics, funny stuff, and an insider POV.