I LOVE to see celebrities who wear the same outfits. Although I hate when it happens to me, for a celebrity, it is a way to see more of the personal style of the celeb. Personal style can make the same outfit look completely different. Check out this gallery of Who Wore it Best and take note of the personal style.
Rosie Huntington VS. Jennifer Hudson in Balmain
Kim Kardashian VS. Christina Hendricks in Wes Gordon
Jennifer Husdon VS. Blake Lively VS. Victoria Beckham in Victoria Beckham
Kanye West VS. Scott Disick in Ermanno Scerino
Beyonce VS. Adrienne Bailon in the Topshop Felt Tip Skirt
I mean… Beyonce is cool and all BUT everyone knows the real fashion icon and style holder begins and ends with Solange Knowles. This is Solange a little over 2 years ago. Loved her then, love her more now! In honor of Throw Back Thursday, let’s look at Solange getting better with time, like FINE WINE!
Zendaya Coleman is just about the coolest most fashionable teenager out there. She has mastered the art of wearing a runway look and making it your own. Here are a few of my favorite look from this young fashionista!
This spring and summer you will see a continuation of the wide leg (or Palazzo) pants trend. From tribal to floral, the Palazzo pant is the best piece for an easy day to night transition. Pair them with flat sandals or dress them up with heels and a crop top. Want the look? Check out some options below!
This Sunday, Nicki Minaj proved that she can pull off a classic, timeless look. Taking a look back on her fashion choices, Nicki is taking on a more mature, age appropriate look! Let’s explore the 180 degree evolution of Nicki Minaj’s style.
I went through a bulk of my life speaking in the spirit of lack. “I can’t go, I’m broke.” “I can’t afford that.” “I can’t do that.” At one point, I was severely depressed. I couldn’t understand why I was so unhappy. I didn’t make enough money, I couldn’t find a good partner and I hated my job. My energy was completely off the wagon and I didn’t know how to recover. A good friend of mine recommended I read a book called “The Power of Your Subconscious Mind,” by Joseph Murphy. The book basically explained to that I was the reason for my rut of negativity. The words that I spoke daily began to manifest in my life. I was broke because I kept my speech at a lack. I couldn’t find a good partner because I didn’t feel I was worthy of one. I hated my job because I refused to find any good in it. When you spend your time feeding your brain negative thoughts, it will grow a tree of negativity. Quickly I began to speak an abundance of love, self-respect, power, self-worth and prosperity over myself and my life. I woke up daily and reminded myself of my blessings. As the days went by, I continued to build myself up from lack to an overflow of love and confidence.
What you sow is what you reap. Plant thoughts of love and love will grow. Plant thoughts of wealth, and you will have more than enough. Plant thoughts of success, and you will surpass every goal. You’re a product of your thoughts! Keep them positive.
Who travels all the way to North Carolina to meet someone they’ve never met before? I do! Saturday morning, I hopped on a plane and flew to North Carolina to personally wish my friend Jenell a Happy Birthday. While Jenell and I have never met, she is the person responsible for Marshbar’s Closet. She is the web designer for my page and she designed the Victoria Skirt and the bunny ears that I’ve worn for previous photo shoots.
Tonight we surprised Jenell at a Wine and Design event. BYOB and paint your own picture. It was great!
I decided to wear an architecture dress with my tan, open-toe booties. Get the details below!