We Are Still Wearing What Women Wore At The MLK Jr. March circa 1968

Happy MLK Day! Let me start with with a quick history lesson… Martin Luther King Jr. was a minister and civil rights activist who played an intricate role in creating social change through nonviolent practices. His leadership started in 1955 and ended in 1968 when he was tragically murdered in Birmingham, AL. One of his most notable practices was The March in Washington on August 28, 1963. Where it was reported that the attendance was anywhere from 200,000 to 300,000 people. Although women had to fight for their right to be on the speaking platform, I mean this was during … Continue reading We Are Still Wearing What Women Wore At The MLK Jr. March circa 1968

The Brickhouse 3 Ways + Style Tips That Create The Fashion Not Fear Effect

Styling is a definite passion of mine!  Nothing compares to the feeling I get when I’ve found someone the perfect look.  It instantly changes their demeanor.  Suddenly, their head is higher, shoulders are back further, and their gaze in the mirror is priceless.  Now, that is exactly why God created fashion…seriously. Follow these 4 styling tips to get that feeling with every single outfit you will ever wear in your entire lifetime.  Plus, I’ve laid out 3 ways to style the Brickhouse Top.  Style Tip #1 – Don’t Buy It If You Can’t Wear It 3 Ways, At least! Style Tip #2 – … Continue reading The Brickhouse 3 Ways + Style Tips That Create The Fashion Not Fear Effect