I had the pleasure of meeting Tiffany Wynn my senior year when I served as Miss Prairie View A&M University. As a former Miss Prairie View, Tiffany was naturally poised, composed and confident. These traits combined with her cheerful spirit (she was a collegiate cheerleader) allowed her to reign in the realms of fashion, teaching and coaching! Read More
When you want to achieve a quick pulled-together look, monochromatic is the way to go. Monochromatic is the simple technique of pairing multiple pieces of the same color. This styling approach is a fantastic way to showcase intricate details of statement pieces and adds a touch of sophistication to any ensemble. Take your look to another level by pairing pieces of the same hue but different shades. Read More
The clock couldn’t strike midnight before my timeline flooded with the annual “New Year. New Me.” declarations. Many informed us of the individuals they wouldn’t be bringing into their new year. While others unveiled the slim waist, goal-crushing beast they’d be in 2018. Read More
Slaying the holidays is mandatory and with New Years Eve around the corner the pressure to deliver a show stopping ensemble is officially on. Ditch this year’s cliche sequin dress for a metallic jumpsuit and you’re sure to shine all night!Shop my look Here!
After pushing through lines, fighting off crazies and battling the Christmas commotion “You really shouldn’t have” are the last words you want to hear after someone unwraps your gift. I’ve listed four clusters you want to avoid when giving this Christmas. Read More
Brandy Gueary is the beautiful brain behind the fashion blog Authentically B. Her posts are dedicated to showcasing her phenomenal personal style, hair inspiration, lifestyle and DIY projects. Her style is packed with color, bold prints, and practical statement pieces that can be incorporated into any woman’s wardrobe. This is all accompanied by her beautiful spirit that is easy to spot in her adorable Instastories. Read More
I was a nerd in college. Not the wear glasses and trip over shoelaces kind. The kind that took classes during the day, worked retail at night and studied when I returned home, all in effort to secure legit internships and maintain a 3.9 GPA. Because of my strict schedule, I was only involved in two organizations both of which were academic based and earned me absolutely no popularity points. Read More
Last week was a trying one. I made a major cluster at work with a client, sent an unintentional Snapchat message to my manager, cracked and ruined my phone screen, spent $200.00 to buy a new phone, dropped that new phone and cracked its screen, paid another $140 to get it fixed, burned my arm on the grill during a BBQ and to top it all off I had to purchase a new battery for my car that refused to start. Read More
I used to fear the words “you’ve changed”, because they indicate that a relationship in some way or another has shifted. The phrase is usually dished when we reject an invite to an engagement, are spotted with new acquaintances, or display a lack of interest in a once beloved person, place or thing. Read More
Floral, spice and everything nice bombarded the winter fashion shows as designers revealed the return of our favorite spring trends. I was elated to see collections full of ruffled sleeves, feminine details and fierce floral, but could not stomach the idea of paying those price points (We are talking thousands of dollars per garment).
Luckily, fast fashion leaders quickly took the hint and began creating similar looks for their retail stores. These fashion giants are experts at cleverly incorporating style components of the big wigs without completely duplicating designs. This makes it simpler for budgeting beauties to create luxurious looks for less. Read More