I’m not sure how this happened. I blame Kela Walker. I normally text my wardrobe choices to her for her approval. She thumbed up all the sleeveless jackets and coats and basically instructed me to buy them all…so I did #KanyeShrug. (I bought this one and this one a few weeks back!)
My new closet goal is to buy more sneakers and items that compliment said sneakers I purchase. I love how sleeveless jackets give a hint of chic to your look without requiring you to slide your corns into a pair of overly tight and narrow heels. View Full Post
OMGEEZY! Could that be Spring I feel outside today? The temperatures in New York crept up to almost 80 degrees and as a result, I ditched the pants and pulled out my latest trendy find from Simply Be. View Full Post
I’ve officially started my countdown to the season 3 premiere of Empire on FOX! I’m so pumped to find out all the juicy deets this season. This time around, COVERGIRL has announced their collaboration with our favorite series for a limited edition Empire collection View Full Post
While this post is sponsored by searsStyle, you beauties know that all thoughts and opinions are my own. Thanks for supporting the brands that make my blog possible!
In anticipation of Spring, I set my all my clocks forward, I bought some cute sandals and I even got a fresh pedicure. And yet, Spring hasn’t fully allowed our pastel-filled closets be great this season. Well, I am determined to make a liar out of her. I headed to searsStyle to shop their new plus line, the Simply Emma collection to jumpstart my Spring wardrobe. View Full Post
For so long I thought sleeveless jackets were silly (especially ones that are made with a thicker fabric). That is, until I started having personal summers and realized how thankful I am for the air that causally passes through my arm pits. It’s amazing how your mind changes when you are uncontrollably sweating and it’s only 45 degrees outside. View Full Post
There has never been a moment in my life where I wasn’t plus size. In fact, I was plus size before the world introduced us to the term plus size. As a relatively tall teenager (I’ve been 5’8 since I was 9) I grew up ashamed of my curves. Partly because I had to shop at the same places my mother did. I have to give myself credit though. Somehow I figured out how to dress up those mom jeans. I even learned a cute way to tie up my plaid shirts so that it would fit tight around my wide waist—just like my skinnier friends. But I never wanted to show off too much of my body. View Full Post