Candace Leilani image by James Sioux.

Candace Leilani image by James Sioux.

For today’s installment of YOUR WEEKLY FIX: Style advice from a beautiful woman, we’re fortunate enough to interview model and self-described OCD subject, Candace Leilani.

Candace is based out of Southern California and has been modeling for about 3 years.

According to her, she’s a very organized person – “A fun fact about me is that I have a condition called CDO. It’s just like OCD but in alphabetical order!! (lol) Oddly I love to organize and keep a very tidy household otherwise I feel pretty uncomfortable.”

She recently got into fitness and is absolutely loving it.  She told us it wasn’t easy: “It took a lot to get my butt off the couch from watching my favorite shows like the Walking Dead.”

Candace also loves to cook in her downtime: “In my house our Sunday night ritual is to build a fire and gather around to watch. I love cooking – not just burning things.”

Candace loves to cook and be outdoors.

Candace loves to cook and be outdoors.

Additionally, “The Food Network app and Food Network channel are my best friends. I love to experiment with new recipes and combine them with old ones. I love the outdoors, the smell of the flowers and trees and the fresh air.”

In terms of her modeling career, Candace is currently the Playboy Plus CyberGirl of the Month for December 2014 and is also working on publications with Playboy Netherlands, Mexico and South America.

Here’s her style advice for our readers:

I think a man should have his own style…

With that being said, he needs to be clean cut.  Facial hair is o.k., but it must be kept clean. I don’t look twice at men who have hair that’s out of control and just looking messy all the way around.

As for clothing, it’s really up to you.  The whole baggy clothes thing is just not an attractive look and neither are pants remotely hanging on or below the butt – men should wear their pants normally!!

I love to see men dressed like men, not like boys.

Candace Leilani image from Steve Larson Photography.

Candace Leilani image from Steve Larson Photography.

As I tell my little girls “it’s time to put your big girl panties on and show a bit of class” – the same goes for men.

Be unique with your style but also make sure to keep it attractive.

I love a man in a nice fitted blazer, pants and dress shoes – it shows a bit of sophistication!

To keep up with Candace Leilani, you can follow her on her Instagram account at, her Twitter account at and her Facebook Fan Page at


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