I admit, I’m a diva with Dom Perignon taste on a Barefoot budget. I love high-end contemporary designers, trendy pieces, and closet must-haves. I love them even more at a fraction of the price. Being a tall voluptuous women. It can be difficult finding that excellent fit. In other words, THE STRUGGLE IS REAL! I’ll share my great finds, fashion tips and tricks, and more.
Hello beautiful people! It’s been a while. Life is a little different these days. I’ve been unmotivated to go outside for any extra curricular activities. It’s scary out there and stressful. However, after being in the house for a month straight. We decided to go downtown. Charleston has begun to reopen restaurants for outdoor dining only. We grabbed dinner at Pearlz Oyster Bar. I don’t actually eat oysters, but they have great shrimp tacos and calamari. All employees wore masks and the tables were more than six feet apart. I felt really safe. The streets were also empty, compared to how it would normally look this time of year.
After dinner, we took a walk around Waterfront Park. It was also very empty. I have to say that I absolutely loved it. My daughter captured really cute photos!
Hello beautiful People! I was asked to model for an up and coming fashion brand based here in Charleston, SC. Morph Clothing is a company founded by fashion designer Cristy Pratt. The garments are travel, earth, and event friendly. All of her pieces can be worn in a multitude of ways for multiple occassions.
The staple of the brand is the capsule dress. It comes in several prints and colors. I personally own it in black. I’ve worn it on dates, to brunch, vacation, and outdoor events.
I had wonderful experience with Christy and her all female team. Please check out Morph Clothing and get the dress for any occasion.
Designer: Cristy Pratt. Stylist: Andrea Serrano. Photographer: Nicole Mickle.
This is a familiar story for a girl like me. I loved this black bardot jacquard crop top by LPA on Revovle.com. Which was paired with the matching cropped pant. But of course. The pants were sold out in my size. Now, I had to go on an online journey to find something to pair with it. Going with a simple black could be a big fail, because of the texture and sheen of top. It could potentially make the top appear faded or washed out. So, I sought out the other colors in the top. Gold and a berry color. I ended up purchasing the gold pleated skirt from SHEIN.com. Not only did the skirt add flair. It made the colors on top really pop.
Special thanks to my photographer and friend Kelly Pyle @pbkpix. Also my beautiful and often used back drop Dowtown Charleston.
Hello Beautiful People! I recently did a session with the very talented photographer Nicole Mickle @nmicklephotography. She wanted to collab with a few bloggers for an edgy dark shoot. I immediately thought of leather. Leather soon turned in to latex, because it’s cheaper. I wanted to do something different from those super slutastic sweetheart dresses the Karjenners often wear. Not that there’s anything wrong with that. I found this wine midi dress on Asos.com for around $50.