I tend to be in my own little world which led me to realize that what I may consider casual, may be judged as
We’ve already passed the midpoint of March and that means spring is coming in just a few days (3 to be exact but who’s counting anyway?!). Whether you’re one who needs the flowers to blossom and the sun to shine in order to wear bright contrasting colors, or you color block throughout the year like me, these looks will be sure to help you color block into spring easier.
I love color blocking throughout the year as I don’t feel the need to wait till spring to pair vivid colors together. I’ve had a natural instinct for color blocking since I was a kid (blame my Nigerian culture). To color block simply means to pair solid colors together that contrast one another. When I saw
Regardless of the snow storm that decided to hit the east coast, it’s still very important to prep for spring. Because this weather is bipolar, I’m sure it will feel like spring all over again by next week. We officially have 7 more days till spring so grab your pinks and reds (as well as all other bright colors) and color block your way through my favorite season.
Some dare to mix while others play it safe by keeping things monochromatic or neutral. Although I’m a lover of mixing things up, I don’t think I’ve mixed maroon and blue quite often, yet this combination can easily be a staple for many to wear throughout the cooler months. Maroon is such a beautiful color so I’m sure it’s hard to resist (especially during the fall) and pairing it with
Happy Friday! I hope your weekend will be filled with lots of fun, brunch, day parties or whatever you enjoy doing with your loved ones! I recently went to brunch and kept it casual by color blocking. There are points in my life when
In just a few days, we’ll be yelling Happy New Year! If you’re last minute like me and are still a bit stump on what to wear, I curated a few looks to inspire you a bit so you can slay into the new year! Ruffle some feathers as you step into the new year with a peachy feathered dress and keep it fun with glitter platform heels. Platform heels tend to provide more comfort so this should help you dance the night away in style. If you’re “extra” like…
Mixing prints is kind of my default as that’s the basis of a lot of what is worn in the Nigerian culture. We do it quite often but never really gave it a name. Once I started college (in America), I learned that when you wear a variety of prints, its called
I contemplated posting this look but I had to do it for the love of ruffles and prints! My evening started at an event that was being held for domestic violence fundraising and ended at
I’m so loving that the weather is slowly transitioning into fall because fall still feels like summer and I’m not complaining. If it can be spring/summer all year round, I’d be the happiest girl in the world, but I do love the fact that