Is the American Society, Experiencing a Lack Of Empathy?

Let me ask you something. And be honest with yourself. Do you think you are an empathetic person? Let me ask you a few more question.. When someone is going through something. Do you have the ability to seek to understand, what that person is going through? Do you even care to seek to understand … Continue Reading

We Say Farewell To 2018!!!

We have finally reached the final stretch of 2018!!! I don’t know about you all, but I always get slightly anxious before the new year. Don’t get me wrong, I’m SUPER excited for 2019!! And I hope you are too! I wanted to share some positive vibes, and personal insight before the new year. So … Continue Reading

25 DAYS, ONLY 25 DAYS.

As 2018 slowly, but surely comes to an end. This timeframe forces you to reflect on your year. On all that has happened. On all you have been through. The many things you have accomplished. Or the many things you still need to get to. This was a year or rebirth. A year of finding … Continue Reading

A Rebel With A Cause

Whenever people ask me, “what’s your favorite thing about yourself.” I always state, My personality. Some may say their “Ass” “Their boobs” “Lips” Or any other physical attribute. But mines has always been.. My personality. Back in my High School Days. I wasn’t the most confident in my looks. But I was confident in My … Continue Reading

4 Major Life Lessons, I’ve Learned from my Grandmother

Last year, I sat in the back hallway of my apartment building. On the 4th anniversary of my grandmothers death. Sitting with a blunt in one hand, as tears streamed heavily down my cheeks. I missed my best friend. But I also felt like a failure. I was 25 years old. And although I had … Continue Reading

9 inspiring Black Women you can learn from

In the spirit of all the bullshit going on in America, regarding women, I have been experiencing a whirlwind of different emotions. On one hand, I’m appalled by the blatant lack of respect that this country has for women, on the other hand I feel a shift is happening. A shift where a lot more women … Continue Reading

Allow me to Re-Introduce Myself

Hello Everyone, and welcome to Key To Fashion! I don’t want to repeat my About me here. But for starters my name is Keyana (Key) Michel, and I was born and raised in Boston, Massachusetts. I grew up right on Blue Hill Avenue, a very well known street in the heart of Boston. Home to … Continue Reading

Thrift Stylin’ for Less and Less!

So check this out, recently I went to a family friend’s 50th birthday bash. It was a late 60’s themed party, so many people had ordered their styles and outfits in advance. I found out about the party quite late, so I ended up pairing a look together that day! I wore a 16 dollar … Continue Reading

5 Lessons I’ve learned in my first 3 months of blogging. Now What’s Next?

I’m officially 3 consecutive months into my blog journey! And I’m proud of myself, because we all know achieving consistency, can sometimes be easier said than done. But I believe it’s one of the most important aspect, of goal-setting. And if I want to see growth with my blog, than I have to be consistent. … Continue Reading

Why are Millennials so Anxious?

In July of 2018, I wrote an Instagram post, where I got a little perosnal, and shared details about my experience with anxiety. Releasing my truth to the public, for a guarded soul like myself, was not easy, but I know that vulnerability is strength. Honestly, I felt relieved after sharing that about myself, because … Continue Reading