I have not posted a style diary post in a few days and I would love to say its because of some huge setback or otherwise occupied, but to be frank it’s not. Life just happens, and I need time to center my focus. The great part about having a space like this allow is sharing the ups and the downs. Especially, when I am in a space of transition and discovery. These are often the moments when I am conflicted and often a bit hesitant to do anything because I am fighting what I already know, what I am discovering and what is totally new to me.
I am experiencing all of it. It is beautiful yet overwhelming all at once.
What I would give to go back in time and experience some of the transformational periods in history. Something about the past captivates me, the trends, the things that took place, etc. At times I have to bring myself back to the present to not get lost in daydreaming. What we consider vintage nowadays was someone’s everyday life; I wonder what the generations after us will say about these times.
I like to think as we remember the past a part of it stays with us. Forever, revealing more and more to us. That was my experience on my most recent city hop.
Vison defines what you ought to do in life.
Stay true to who you are and what you are. Life presents us with choices daily, often times those choices are a chance to reaffirm who we are. Do not allow your character to be swayed by the judgment of others. After all what is character if
I love being colorful here and there but there is just something about an all black outfit that is effortlessly chic when done with your body in mind of course. Not to burst any bubbles but just wearing black does not guarantee that your unwanted parts will be hidden. In some cases, they are more noticeable.
Ankara recently became popular internationally as more and more people especially those of the african diaspora shared their designs over the internet. As social erupted in the past few years it has made it easier for many of us to get our hands on the fabulous print know to some as “african print”. Designers and consumers alike are able to exchange goods without ever traveling to the continent of Africa.
Though I have seen the mention of ankara print styles decline since it first hit american soil; I believe adding a few ankara pieces to your wardrobe is so necessary. They make the best statement pieces.
Hello Beautiful People!!!
A new month is upon us and quickly we are pushing on a new year. I pray all your goals are being met and you are working relentlessly to create the life you want. Keep pushing.
I have been so fascinated with monochromatic looks lately, and I am learning more and more about colors and tone mixing. There is so much to learn out there you guys. Continue Reading
Hello Beautiful People!!!
I am back again with the second edition of Summer Eleganceas promised; showcasing how you can transition this same dress from my previous post here into a chic night out outfit. This dress is super chic and so transitional, and these two outfits are proof of how amazing this piece is.