In case you didn’t already know, homegirl was made in the 90s and I have to say, the 90s were pretty freaking awesome haha. One thing I miss is not being grown honestly. Now I have…student loans, BILLS, work, BILLS (you get the picture). We don’t believe our parents until we get older when they say, “I wouldn’t rush growing up if I were you!”
When I flew to Houston some odd weeks ago, this was my airport look and boy, was it comfy?! I even got a few compliments on it, mainly how awesome my shoes were. I have to admit, they are pretty amazing haha! 🤣 This look just goes to show that it really doesn’t matter what month or season it is. If you want to wear a bright color that “doesn’t go” with the current season, who cares? Just do it!
One day, Keshaun was shopping in H&M and as he shops in the H&M Man section, I always tend to wander off into the ladies section. That day, I said I wasn’t going to buy anything (which I didn’t by the way), but all day when I left the store, these khaki cargo pants were on my mind. So, I made the decision to go back the day after and buy them.
Happy Wednesday! Sorry for not getting this look up last night as promised. If you watch my InstaStory, you saw where I prepared an early Thanksgiving dinner with my family in collaboration with Eatzi’s and omg, everything was so good! I will have a more detailed post before the end of the week…maybe tomorrow or Friday!
Before I actually got these photos back from my photographer, I didn’t know it could be taken as a holiday look. Once I realized it, I knew I had to post it as such! Now mind you, I am nowhere near ready for Christmas to be here; Thanksgiving hasn’t even made it here yet and I am not one who likes to rush into holidays.
Oh boy. One of the words that often makes folks uncomfortable. Why? From what I can see, it’s usually only the people that have a problem with gender equality that have an issue with the word. It’s a topic I can go on for days about, but y’all know I’m not one for lengthy and drawn out posts. Basically all you need to know is that I’m not here for the gender stereotypes and any other sexist behaviors.