Monday, 18 September 2017

OOTD: THE COMFORTABLE CASUAL AND REAL TALK...

Happy New Week, Beauties!
Hope Monday was or is good to you (depending on the time zone of where you reside). I woke up feeling quite energized and full of positivity which rarely happen on Mondays. I'm a work in progress, but of late I've been experiencing some inner peace that had eluded me for a long time. When it comes to happiness, we associate it as a destination in life. We feel like we need to achieve a goal, get that car, big house, marry, a luxury vacation and all the crazy ideas that pop up in our heads. - And this is a big mistake! 
Why do we think that?
Why can't we enjoy the moments and the small achievements we accomplish each day?
Anyways I thank God and I'm glad I'm grasping little knowledges like this. When one has been through things in their life, little knowledges like that can escape em.
Can you relate?
"Also that everyone should  eat and drink and take pleasure in all his toil-this is God's gift to man."
*Ecclesiastes 3:13*
Unto the outfit, this denim dress is one of my favourite. It's a great comfortable dress with a lovely detail. It can be dressed down or up which is a plus/factor when buying fashion. This Nasty Gal velvet sneaker is a recent purchase and I love it! 
Have a blessed week Beauties!


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DANKE...



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Monday, 11 September 2017

OOTD: KANYE ATTITUDE WITH DRAKE FEELINGS...

Happy Monday Beauties!
Hope everyone had a lovely weekend and ready for another busy week. I spent my weekend with the girls celebrating one of our friend who will be getting married in few weeks and relaxing.
Continuing my wishlist collaboration with Zaful, I want to review this roll-sleeve text print tee I got from them. Dope is the right word to describe it. What a way to make a statement right!!? 
The tee was in good condition when it arrived. There's absolutely nothing I can fault.
Keeping it effortlessly chic, I paired it with this Fashion Nova moto leggings which is all kinds of awesome. The heels is from JustFab which is an online subscription fashion retailer. Heard of them? I finished the look with the only black ladies bag I owe and my hat.
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Have a blessed week and don't forget that you're appreciated by me.
*DISCLAIMER: Item was sent to me for collaboration purposes, but all opinions are mine.*



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DANKE...
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Monday, 4 September 2017

OOTD: HOW TO STYLE A CHECKERED SHIRT...

It can be called checkered, flannel, plaid or tartan print, but one thing is for sure, -this print has a statement feel to it. These type of shirts are so versatile and so effortless. Dressed up or down, there's a lot one can do with them.
Styling Tips
  • With Fall creeping in, you can style a checkered shirt by layering with a puffer or fur vest, cardigan and also some light coats.
  • It can be used as a layer up on top of a basic tee or dress.
  • It can be worn with different pants and skirts. You can choose to play it comfortable like mine or tuck it.
  • For a more classy and professional approach, it can be tucked into a good fitted pant or skirt. Layer with a nice tailored blazer and accessorize according to your liking.
  • It can be layered with a lovely sweater with the collar and sleeves out.
  • Last, but certainly not the least you can tie it around your waist or tie it in front to add a funky vibe to an outfit.

The styling options are endless if you ask me. 
How do you style a checkered shirt?

Somewhere around last two weeks, I decided to change my hair a bit by getting some braids done. After five days of getting it, my scalp was so itchy that I had it removed. The itch was so terrible that I couldn't cope anymore. Such a shame because I spent fifty pounds to have these done (lol!). Maybe its about time I try wigs. 
Ha!!

Hope everyone had a lovely weekend though. Wishing y'all a blessed week.


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DANKE...



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