Welcoming Peace

Hey Bombshells, Let us rejoice at the bundle of joy that's been added to my family. My new niece serves as a true testament of God and how he always delivers. She is the icon of peace and love in my family. Ankara Dress: Custom-made Similar Similar Similar Similar Nude Heels: Similar Similar Similar -XOXO... Continue Reading →

ASU Queens Presents

Hey Bombshells, Last weekend I attended Miami University's 12th annual Gala. This showcase of everything that is Africa, was uplifting and filled with heart. Kente Top: InspirationĀ Similar Similar Jeans: Forever21 Available Here Similar Booties: DSW Similar Similar Similar S/O to my Queens:   -XOXO BeautyBea šŸ’‹

AhofeĀ 

Hey Bombshells, Kente Top: Custom Ghanamade Similar Skirt: Similar Similar Heels: DIY Similar Similar   -XOXO BeautyBea šŸ’‹

Class Of 2017

Hey Bombshells, I know I disappeared for a while but I was in school. After the best four years of my life, I graduated from Miami University with a Public Administration bachelors degree. College has been such an amazing experience for me. I've become more confident, independent, and beautiful. It was a tough journey that... Continue Reading →

Gala 2017: Fashion Show

Hey Bombshells, On April 8, Miami University's African Students' Union presented their 11th annual GALA. As programing chair of the organization, I also served as the fashion show coordinator. Half of the show showcased Mimmy Yeboah's design and the other half was a freestyle portion. Here's some shots from my fashion show: The Fashion Show... 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'sĀ 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 clothĀ is anĀ AshantiĀ type of silk and cotton fabric made of interwoven cloth strips and is native to theĀ Ashanti people ethnic group. The cloth is worn in times... Continue Reading →

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