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 EDIT:... 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: Inspiration¬†Similar Similar Jeans: Forever21 Available Here Similar Booties: DSW Similar Similar Similar S/O to my Queens:   -XOXO BeautyBea ūüíč

Ahofe 

Hey Bombshells, Kente Top: Custom Ghanamade Similar Skirt: Similar Similar Heels: DIY Similar Similar   -XOXO BeautyBea ūüíč

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'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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