My Story

Fashion, shoes and accessories have always my interest. I remember at a very young age being mesmerized in my mother’s closet, and trying on her clothes which quickly became a hobby. While growing up, I regularly traveled to vintage and consignment shops with my mother and grandmother, and quickly became a lover of timeless fashion.  As I grew older I not only enjoyed enhancing my look, but that of others, so the natural fit was to become a Fashion Stylist.

 

My styling has no limits, as I have the right connections and can pull off any look. I love all aspects of fashion and particularly love to mix modern with vintage pieces for a bit of a surprise.  My style is affordable yet classy.  I love mixing high/low fashion and creating out-of-the-box outfits.  I truly believe it does not take a lot of money or designer labels to be well dressed.

 

My goal is to inspire you with what I wear, challenge you to get out of your comfort zone, and help achieve your best look.  This is the best part of my job because if you look great, you feel great!

 

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My Recent Work

Fresh from the Blog

The BOTTOM Line

Happy Saturday Dolls! I’m so excited the weekend is here.  I have several events planned, but first wanted to share with you these fun Raw Hem Bell-Bottom Jeans I’ve recently added to my wardrobe.  Bell-bottoms are certainly not new in any realm to the fashion world, but I have yet to see any with the raw hem like these, except for at Zara.  However, if you’re looking for a more budget friendly version, this is it.  I’m loving the dark denim color but bottom gives W-I-D-E legs a new meaning! On top of looking stylish, bell-bottoms compliment a Pear body shape, are much more forgiving than tapered skinny pants, and help accentuate legs making them look longer.  I don’t know about you but with all of this heat, it’s refreshing to give my skinny jeans a break and let my legs breathe. Photography by:  Sharon Bui   What I Am Wearing: // Off Shoulder Embroidered Applique Split Front Top // SheIn //Raw Hem Bell-Bottom Jeans // Romwe // Shirah in Coral Red // ShoeDazzle   Love, The Ultimate...

It Don’t Mean A Thing If It Ain’t Got That Swing

(Doo wah, doo wah, doo wah, doo wah) Hey my Loves! I hope you’re enjoying the summer so far, and it hasn’t been too hot in your area.  Today I’m taking a step back into the 50’s in a beautiful bold colored swing dress I found while thrifting for only $9.99.  Yes, I must say I scored big time! These full-skirted dresses swing dresses are perfect for summer, and are absolutely one of my favorite types of dresses because they instantly add a touch of glamour and femininity to your look.  They’re also the perfect dress for the apple shape because they camouflage mid-sections, make the waist appear smaller like an hourglass, as well as show off legs. Instead of pairing this dress with a classic pin curl hairdo, I opted for a straw fedora hat, which gives more of an edgy appearance.  What’s your opinion of the way I styled this swing dress?  Did I do it justice?  Since this dress is vintage and not available, I’ve created a boutique below with various swing dress styles that you can shop. Thanks as always for stopping by to read my blog.  Until next time, stay stylish and keep swinging! 🙂 Photography by:  GloryRoze Photography   Turn on your JavaScript to view content   What I Am Wearing: // Straw Hat // T.J.Maxx //Swing Dress // Vintage // Tamia in white // ShoeDazzle // Straw Bag // Vintage   Love, The Ultimate...

America The Beautiful

For the past several years I’ve struggled with becoming less patriotic than ever before.  As a veteran of the U.S. Army Reserve who served for 8 years, I didn’t hesitate to join the military and put my life on the line for this country.  The senseless lack of regard for black lives over the years, had me struggling with whether I would still show my support for a country with so many injustices, but the reason why I do is simple.  It’s like when you and your siblings have a disagreement with each other, and don’t see eye to eye.  As long as the fight stays among yourselves all its fine, but the moment an outsider tries to come for one of your siblings, all hell breaks loose. I feel this is similar to what’s going on in this country.  We are having a disagreement right now, but if anyone tries to come for us, we would unite.  It shouldn’t and hopefully won’t ever have to come to that for us to unite.  My prayer is for this country to get back to trying to be the melting pot it once strived for when I was a little girl. No country is perfect, and there are injustices everywhere in the world.  In this country, there’s definitely a lot wrong, but this is also a country that elected the first black president proving that the potential for greatness for every member of this society still exists.  Has the justice system let us down?  Absolutely! But the bottom line is so many have sacrificed so much to ensure our freedom.  On...