Interior Fashion

Dinning Room Set: City Furniture; Mirror: Local Thrift; Clock: TJ Maxx
Vases: Ross; Family sign: Family Dollar; Orchid: Ross
My Favorite Board in the House (Family Dollar)!!
Letters: Salvation Army


Favorite Verse-Psalm 27:1: Family Dollar

Hiyaaaa  my lovely readers! I pray that you all are doing amazing. So I wanted to share with you all another obsession of mine beside Street Fashion… Interior designs is something I love to do. I enjoy playing around with different colors, mix matching, the boldness, etc… I took some pictures of my place and I wanted to share them with you guys.

My husband and I were living with my parents for about a year and God blessed us with our own place a couple months ago. It is a huge step and lots of responsibility but we are all for it and in the midst of it all, I found lots of pleasure in decorating and making a masterpiece. I think I did a great job. I hope you think I did too. So, Enjoy!!!!

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Au Revoir 2015🎉🎉


As we go through the last couple of days in 2015, let’s take a look back to how amazing God has been. Through the sorrows and the happiness God remained faithful. So let’s welcome 2016 with joy and praise for Our Father is already there preparing it for us to have another great year.

This outfit may be the last one I post here for the year. Not sure yet lol! In this outfit, I had to make some adjustments to make it what I wanted it to look like. The dress is a plain black dress and I felt like it was missing something. So I pulled my miscellaneous drawer and saw this burgundy fringed accessory and I just tied it around my waist. I finished the look with a pair of thigh-high boots and a clutch that coordinated all the colors I had on together. It is okay to think inside the box and bring your imaginary thoughts to life. Be different, be creative and let’s represent our Savior in style.

Dress: Calvin Klein

Boots: Ebay

Clutch: Thrift

Red Accessory: Thrift

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A Merry Vintage Christmas💫


Many people love the way I dress because I always get compliments from my audience and based on you guys feedback. However, I also have people that finds the way I dress a little ordinary which is also fine with me because no matter what you do in life you will always get negative feedback. Therefore when you are getting dressed, don’t think on whether people will like it or not. Make sure you look good for yourself. It’s okay to be different. It’s okay to stand out and be odd. Just remember this, the people that will think you look odd will later on try to see how they look in that similar outfit you had on and that is a fact. Just be confident and stay beautiful.

Matching Set: Thrift

Shoes: Ebay

Purse: Ross

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‘Tis The Season For Red🔴🔴🔴


Red is such festive color especially for this season. You can never go wrong wearing it with/without any mixtures. It’s so elegant, sexy, classy, chic wether casually or formally styled. So, as the holidays continue lets get festive and put your red wardrobes to use! Let’s finish this year fashionably and welcome the new year with a little cherry on top😉.

I’m wearing

Purse: Fendi

Leather jacket: Ross

Pants: thrift

Blouse: Macys

Shoes: EBay 🍒

Casual Stripes


Happy Thanksgiving beauties! As you all are getting ready to go eat with your loved ones, don’t forget to say a prayer for the ones eating alone and the ones without anything to eat at all. Moreover, I know many of you are contemplating on whether to dress up or not. I mean why not! It is always okay to dress up and look good. So, don’t mind what others have to say. Get up, dress up and show up to that thanksgiving dinner with all eyes on you. If you are going to give thanks, do it the right way. Let them stare, whether with stink or pleasuring eyes. Just keep being you and keep slaying!

Jeans: Style&Co

Crop Top: Ross

Blazer: Thrift

Shoes: Louboutins