It’s a new year and like every year, people are out there making new resolutions in order to start the year off on a good foot. This year, however, I’m not making new year resolutions. I can never get them right. Most of the time, I don’t remember what they were halfway through the year after life settles back in and the holiday glow (and all my good intentions) fade. Before I know it, my resolutions have flown out the window. I’m guessing I’m not alone here. It’s not that I don’t want to lose weight, become more intentional, or be a happier, kinder, better version of myself. But how in the world do you achieve those things anyway?? If I lose 1 pound, there. I lost weight. Now I can get back to the business of gaining it all (and probably then-some) back again. But that wasn’t the point of the resolution, was it? No. This year I’m setting concrete goals, not resolutions. Measurable, achievable goals. I’ve found the secret to being successful at …
A dark, edgy, yet flirty number for Valentine’s Day.
Global style in Versailles.
Spring is here, the day dresses are out, and these boots are made for walking!
Sub zero temperatures are gone, the sun is shining, and I’m ready shed that winter coat!
This year, forget the red–try something new. Try blue.
Redefining the power color blue.
Celebrity Naturalista and Beyoncé’s younger sister, Solange Knowles, tied the knot this weekend in New Orleans to video director, Alan Ferguson. The entire Knowles family wore white to the nuptials, where the bride and groom showed up on bikes! Needless to say, this fearless Natural looked stunning in both a modern caped Humberto Leon for Kenzo dress and backless Stephane Rolland cream pantsuit, while sporting her natural fro. What do you think of Solange’s wedding look?
If you could have one night abroad, where would you go, what would you do, and what would you wear?