Capes are Not for Superheroes Anymore

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5 Element Photography

Jones New York skirt (worn as a cape)/// Joe Fresh Turtleneck // Talbots Cargo Pants (Try this) // DVF Shoes // Milani Sangria Lipstick

At Tonya’s Fashion & Finance Event, I scored this Jones New York skirt I assumed was a cape. It wasn’t until I tried it at home a few weeks later that I realized it was a size 14 skirt. LOL. If you haven’t realized yet, capes are on trend this season. At the moment, I have a wool coat cape and a trench coat cape; this skirt cape serves as the perfect addition to my closet hahaha. Get creative with your clothes, people! You never know what you may be able to invent.

-Be blessed!

In the Jungle

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Andre H Photography

Ranna Gill via Anthropologie Dress (Sold Out) // Valentino Rockstud Shoes// Ray-ban Wayfarer Sunnies // Earrings from Ghana (These are on my wishlist)

As a Ghanaian American, I’m naturally drawn to vibrant colors and prints. When I tried on this dress a few months ago, I knew it would become a favorite. This dress is a testimony of how you too can be noticed without revealing much of anything. I try to cover my body as much as possible without looking like a granny. I think I was successful with this number!

Have a great weekend! I’ll be posting weekend sales shortly.

-Be blessed!