Hello fine people of the internet! I challenged myself to be more consistent on the blog (and soon on YouTube as well) so here I am, with a new blog post. Yaay.
Events are the perfect reason to dress up and look fabulous although in my experience, this can be quite the pickle. I’m the type of person who plans every intricate detail of their life so you can only imagine how intensely I plan my looks.
First things first, I know I said that I’ll be posting more often and I have to apologize for not keeping my word. Life really came at me fast when I started a full time job even before I was done with my final exams so you can imagine how hectic it has been for me since I have never worked a full time job my whole life. That aside, let’s dive into the post.
Hi guys, guess who finished school and is back to blogging full time? Me! I’m just so happy that phase of my life is over and I can now give y’all content regularly . Ok, enough of that: let’s get straight into it.
Hello good people! So, I was recently going through the blog and I realized that I’ve never done a post on anything floral; even though I’m quite obsessed with the print, such a shame, huh?
You know what makes fashion? The basics. Well, at least to me. Basics are the must have items in your wardrobe that you use to build your outfits. Black, white (as well as colored) t-shirts, vests, fitting jeans, a good pair of sneakers are just examples of the basics.
So at this point I know you’re thinking, another African print post, really Sharon? Well, when I said I’m obsessed I wasn’t joking.
Hi Guys! I know its kinda too late to say this but Happy New Year! This month has literally been 99999999 days so I’m still allowed to say that haha. This post is the final post on journey I went through to show y’all how to wear your African print outfits and hopefully embrace them more.
Hi Guys! Hope life is treating y’all well.
So I had promised to do a series on how to wear African print (wax print) since I’m oh-so-obsessed with them! This is the second post, I’ll be doing one more and I hope you guys will find it insightful.
Hi Guys! Hope y’all are having a good week so far. I’m happy to be finally back to blogging and if there’s anything I enjoy apart from fashion is getting my face beat. I’m not an expert when it comes to make up but I’ve definitely been learning over time. This post will be a little longer than usual so please bear with me. I teamed up with a lovely make up artist called Lily from @getgorgeouske to show you guys how to achieve and wear three simple but different make up looks.