Weekend Lover

Hey Bombshells, Five days of work and no play diminishes the fire of a fashionista. Weekends are for dripping in the sun and a late night rendezvous on a rooftop bar. A true weekend lover, this chocolate-infused blogger spent her day melting in the sun and drinking pineapple margs with my phone on airplane mode.... Continue Reading →

A Different Season

Hey Bombshells. As a stylish woman, I want to highlight powerful pieces during my style transition from summer to fall. Some of these pieces are typically masculine but I’ve dressed it up in a way that allows me to indulge in my feminine ways. Fall signals for layers, booties, and cozy pieces but I decided... Continue Reading →

Walking Trophy

Hey Bombshells, A night filled with females uplifting each other, people twerking on their heads, and men making it rain on the crowd; my weekend was LIVEEEEEEEE! Now, I will be the first to criticize dancehall and how negative its portrayal of females affect the young generation. That being said, the culture and aggressiveness of that... Continue Reading →

Custom Made Prom

Hey Bombshells, As a true African I understand the value of sewing. Getting something custom-made is an act that compliments your body. In the spirit of prom season, I thought I would do a post with ties to fabrics. A lot of my students have been stressed about prom. After striking out, they decided to... Continue Reading →

DIY Faux Fur Heels

Hey Bombshells, About a year ago, I discovered fur heels on my Pinterest and I instantly fell in love with them. Unable to locate them anywhere in stores, I searched online and after striking out I saw a post about making them. I got on YouTube and watched a ton a videos on how to DIY... Continue Reading →

LYLAS Fashion Show

Hey Bombshells, A key factor for finishing my last semester of college is trying something new. On the first of April, I had the honor of modeling in Miami University's Love You Like a Sister's annual fashion show. This fashion show is put on every year in an effort to raise money for HIV/AIDS awareness and... Continue Reading →

Ghana Girl

Hey Bombshells, After going through my blog I realized I'm missing something ... African print! So for this post, I thought I'll share something of my culture, kente. Kente cloth is an Ashanti type of silk and cotton fabric made of interwoven cloth strips and is native to the Ashanti people ethnic group. The cloth is worn in times... Continue Reading →

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