A Black Woman In The Resale Fashion Field

“Black people aren’t into resale fashion. Black people aren’t into that type of stuff ” This was the kind of languange; I would hear from people, every time I would express my love for thrifting. I remember when I went to the nation-wide resale fashion conference in Minnesota, for entrepreneurs, consultants, and business owners in … Continue Reading

Is Thrifting Becoming Too Trendy?

Thrifting has become extremely popular, amongst the Millennial and Gen-Z generation. In this era, we not only have the option of thrifting in person, but we can thrift online, via social media, or via resale apps. As thrifting becomes popular, more and more people have been questioning whether thrifting is becoming too trendy? A lot … Continue Reading

When Dance Meets Vintage Fashion

Dance is my first form of art. At the age of 2, I was put into the Hyde Park Dance academy in Boston, and danced there from 2-18. There I learned tap, jazz, ballet, and modern dance. I danced in high school, in college, and I continue to dance today! In high school, I was … Continue Reading

The Perfect Birthday Look: A Letter From Key

Birthdays can range from being an exciting time for many, and an anxious time for others. My 28th Birthday, was a mixture of the two. It was an exciting time, that I made it to another year of life, but it brought anxiety my way, knowing that my 20’s are slowly coming to an end. … Continue Reading

Chase Your Wildest Dreams With Intention

There is a poem by the legendary poet Langston Hughes, called Dreams. “Hold fast to dreams For if dreams die Life is a broken-winged bird, that cannot fly. Hold fast to dreams For when dreams go Life is a barren field Frozen with snow.” As you read that, did any of your own dreams come … Continue Reading

Boston Black Creatives Unite.

Only One Week Left In Black History Month. And I must admit that it has certainly been an interesting Black History Month, Indeed. It’s definitely a different feeling from 2018’s infectious Black Panther energy. And I’m pretty sure that is the main reason why so many unnecessary mishaps, are happening during Black History Month this … Continue Reading

I Love Fashion, But Does Fashion Love Me?

Growing up, I often heard that it was difficult for Black People to make a mark in the fashion world. At times, it sounded damn near impossible the way people would rant and rave about it. 🙄 But I’m sure many Black People have heard those words before. No matter what field they are trying … Continue Reading

God Bless These 20 Somethings

It’s been one week since my 27th Birthday. I had a great Birthday with close friends, and some family. It turned out to be a wonderful time, especially after all the madness I was dealing with from January until a few days before my birthday. I spent my Birthday in Boston. Something I have not … Continue Reading

Self Love Means…

Self Love means forgiving yourself for your past mistakes. Forgiving yourself for making mistakes. Self love means forgiving yourself. Self love means learning how to embrace the things about yourself  that you wish you could change. That you wish you could grow from. Or you wish you could make better. Self love is about realizing … Continue Reading

Must Haves This Winter:…

It is officially Snow Season in Boston! The timeframe where most Bostonians complain about the weather. Until it gets hot again loll. And I’m sure majority of the surrounding east coast cities, can also relate to this feeling. With all the new looks, styles and trends. Winter 2019 is looking like the perfect time, for some new bundled up fashion! Honestly, as a winter baby, my biased opinion is that the winter time, is one of the most daring times for Fashion. In my eyes if you can slay in the winter. You can slay anytime! We all want to be warm. But I can guarantee that no one wants to look like a bundled up mess this winter season! Warmth should always be your goal. But your style shouldn’t be forgotten in the process! Personally, I can’t quite remember when I started to like turtlenecks again. I’m literally struggling … Continue Reading