Blake Lively’s ‘Preserve’ Website Approved By Martha Stewart; Lifestyle Guru Says The ‘Gossip Girl’ Star Did A Good Job


Blake Lively's 'Preserve' Website Approved By Martha Stewart; Lifestyle Guru Says The ‘Gossip Girl’ Star Did A Good Job
Blake Lively's 'Preserve' Website Approved By Martha Stewart; Lifestyle Guru Says The ‘Gossip Girl’ Star Did A Good Job

Blake Lively’s “Preserve” website was finally approved by Martha Stewart.

According to a report from Us Weekly , the lifestyle guru said the “Gossip Girl” star did a “good job” with her e-commerce site.

“I think Blake has done a good job with her site,” Martha Stewart said about Blake Lively’s “Preserve” lifestyle brand.

The website features food, clothing, home décor and novelty items curated by the 28-year-old actress, and also features some of her philanthropic works.

“It’s an interesting site – kind of an interesting product on it,” she said.

Martha Stewart also said she is looking forward to seeing the baby daughter of Blake Lively and her husband Ryan Reynolds, who are also her neighbors in Bedford, New York.

“(Blake) didn’t come for Easter because she was in Vancouver, and I think she was opening in there or something,” she explained.

“We correspond, and I’m sure I’ll see her this summer!” The 73-year-old TV veteran also gave words of encouragement for those who want to put up a lifestyle brand similar to Blake Lively’s “Preserve.” “If you have a good idea, and you feel really good about it, and you have the wherewithal and money to invest in a good idea, go for it!” said Martha Stewart.

“Go for it.

I mean, there’s certainly room for the development of new brands.” A couple of months ago, Martha Stewart appeared to be hesitant when the “Gossip Girl” star first announced “Preserve.” “I mean, it’s stupid, she could be an actress!” she told Huffington Post .

“I don’t mean that facetiously, (but) why would you want to be me if you could be an actress?” “Let her try,” Martha Stewart shrugged.

According to a recent report from LA Times , Blake Lively defended “Preserve” amid all its haters.

The “Gossip Girl” star said being slammed for her venture outside of acting seemed “very high school,” and explained that she has always wanted to get into the lifestyle scene.

“I feel confident when I’m cooking or decorating.

It’s something I control beginning, middle and end.

That ownership feels good,” she shared.

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