Fashion

Color Inspired: Yellow

Have you ever just been in the mood for yellow? People crave food…I crave colors. When I get in the mood for something, I have to get it! I especially hate late night cravings. I saw some celebrity wearing a yellow dress and now I want one. Someone help me…Tanks by Old NavyFlats by BC Footwear

The Ballet Flat {Luxe Edition}

Flats by Kate SpadeFlats by See by ChloeIt’s no secret that I love a good bargain, but sometimes I love the finer things in life. Like a designer shoe. OK…I always love designer shoes, but I have to be realistic sometimes and tell myself that they are NOT good for the wallet. Instead, I just look and wait until one day I’ll have a personal shoe shopping account. Today, I’m kind of in the mood for a designer ballet flat. Don’t you just love ballet flats? They are simple, comfy, and chic. Above, you’ll find Chloe, Elizabeth and James, Kate…

Another 90’s Fashion Trend?

We all know that denim comes in a lot of different washes. When I was a teen (showing my age LOL) acid wash was really popular.A few weeks ago, I went into a Forever 21 and saw a few pairs of acid wash jeans. You probably saw them. They were turquoise and pink. I can’t remember the other colors. Ever since that moment, I couldn’t stop thinking about them. But, I knew I couldn’t really pull off those colors.Then I walked into Forever 21 on Saturday and saw these Mineral Wash Skinny Jeans ($24.80) below. I knew I had to have…

Introducing KRA by Skinny Minority, the Lookbook

First of all…I love the name “Skinny Minority!” And if you were wondering, it’s a full service personal styling and image-consulting company based in Philidelphia founded by Karima Renee.Karima founded Skinny Minority with one thing in mind-find “real recognition within the fashion industry for curvy women.” KRA is their first clothing collective. The A/W 2011 line is comprised of 12 pieces-9 dresses and 3 jackets. The ready-to-wear line will be available in sizes 8-18/20.”KRA focuses on cut, design, fabric & quality. For us there is nothing else. The designs take shape from both the 1940’s and 50’s era. Our pieces are for women and young adults…

Why Size Discrimination?

I’m VERY irritated with this so-called fashion industry, fashion scene, or fashion whatever. As a designer, you have the right to create whatever you like, in any size, and for any person. There are no boundaries to what you design or envision to be fashion. You can be as brave and bold or as simple as you want. There is an infinite amount of freedom to express who you are in your designs.

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