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Let your own conditions how the world deals with you.


And let your own words be how the world describes you.


Live your life in your own terms


Define success by your own terms


Demand to be loved on your terms


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Just keep pushing

You fall, you rise, you make mistakes, you live, you learn. You are human, not perfect.

You have been hurt, but you are alive-to breathe, to think, to enjoy, and to chase the things you love.

Sometimes there is a sadness in our journey, but there is also lots of beauty.

We must keep putting one foot in front of the other even when we hurt, for we will never know what is waiting for us around the bend. 💖

Shirt: Torrid

Skirt: Aloha Glamour


For The Culture

Just as open as this window is, so should your wardrobe be. Never force yourself into one style. Explore. Experiment. Be Extra!

I overheard this kid from church whisper to his mom on Sunday, is it “African Day?” He asked because I was wearing a Maxi skirt (pictured below) from Aloha Glamour and ShanitaGerry ShanitaGerry had on her Palazzo Pants from Aloha Glamour as well.

I leaned in and assured him that fashion is what you make it and you can wear print and color outside of what others seem as the appropriate time… The “time” that I am referring to is Black History Month or for a “Wakanda Themed” Party.

I then questioned if we have become so numb to who we are that we are ashamed to wear colors or prints that represent our heritage year round?

Do you feel as if you are only comfortable with wearing prints during the month of February?

I must admit, I was a little skeptical of being different at first. It can be uncomfortable to have all eyes on you because of what you’re wearing, but it can also be freeing.

We are born to stand out and not just during Black History Month.

I AM black history month! I will not limit my cultural expression to one month out of the year because that’s when everyone else decides they want to embrace or flaunt their culture. I do this for the culture! I AM the culture. The results of the run-off elections in the state of Mississippi should make YOU want to represent your culture even more!

So I ask, are you ready to live your life in color or will you remain in the shadows?

Explore. Experiment. Be Extra!