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  • Fashion

    Take the Plunge…

    Red is one of my favorite colors, it always has been. Its a hue that is both flattering and enhancing for all shades. It is a perfect transition from summer to fall depending on your accessories, it could actually be the perfect go-to for your closet. You all know that I am about piecing western and traditional pieces to make an outfit so this look is my forte. I recently wore this outfit to a showcase during NYFW and it was a good pick because people appreciated the combination of a solid red with the demure pattern of my Ankara pants. This colors works even for the winter (Hello Christmas!!).…

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    The Peplum…

    As opposed to common belief, peplums aren’t every curvy girl’s best friend. Most of them don’t really hide the “problem areas” as much we would want them to. Over the years, peplums and I have had a love hate relationship, the waist line wouldn’t hug me properly and the peplum itself always felt like it was trying too hard however, over time we have reached an understanding  and it works beautifully with my frame. If I may say so, out of all the silhouettes in my closet, the peplum is one that always stays in trend. Its silhouette is extremely versatile in terms of how it can be styled: pants,…

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    Vintage x Ankara…

    Style is bold and about taking risks but it is also having fun throughout the process of executing your look. This look is everything for me, peep my accessory behind.😊 (I just had to pay my respects). This is a nostalgic look because it reminds me of rides with a grandfather I loved so much. This week’s ootd is a winning combination of summer’s staple, a graphic tee and Ankara pencil skirt. Usually, graphic tees are always paired with Jeans hence I decided to switch it up a bit. The ankara skirt elevates the tee from a casual look to something more sophisticated complimenting the other perfectly. Here, I paired the look…

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    ARTitude…

    “Land of the Free, Home of the Brave”… Those terms mean a lot to a lot of people as they represent the beacon of hope that is America. Today many, many years ago, the Declaration of Independence was signed to affirm our sovereignty and it cannot be over emphasized that everyone was part of that change because they recognized the importance of being “ONE”.  The colors of the United States of America are symbolic to the birth of a nation through its growth ; White signifies purity and innocence, Red, hardiness & valor, and Blue, the color of the Chief signifies vigilance, perseverance & justice.” To celebrate this patriotic day, I went…