Hello my friends,
Let’s talk about the denim overalls!
This piece takes me all the way back to my childhood, and I’m pretty sure some of you can relate, we each had a pair!
The fun thing is that as a grown up I can own a pair and still rock it well ! Overalls for the most part can be worn casual or you can dress it up if you wish, the choice is yours!
So I totally dressed down my overall. I wore it with white t shirt and bright pink converse. I felt so young and oh so summer cool.
By the way, when I was a child we called this a “farmer brown”.
Check out my pics and enjoy! xoxo
Luke 1:37 For with God nothing shall be impossible.
I want to share with you other beautiful women that I have the joy and pleasure of knowing.
So I introduce to you, Miss Sekema! She is a Godly woman, wife, mother and diva who always brings it with her outfits!
It is obvious that we are island women, because she loves and rocks color almost as much as I do!
So, last Sabbath when she rocked this fabulous purple outfit (her favorite color), from shoes, to watch, to sunglasses, I just had to capture it and share it with you all.
Enjoy, my treat!!!
Hey all! Missed chatting with you!
So today was an absolute summer day! I was hot and at times sweaty, but since I am an island born chick (Grenadian born) I was loving every moment of it!
I decided that it was time to start rocking my summer white, and I went all the way with it.
My floor sweeping white jersey skirt with my blue cotton shirt (I love shirts) was my outfit of choice.
To add an edge to my outfit, I tied my blue scarf around my head and let the ends flow freely down my shoulders!
You can always expect colors from my outfits, don’t be afraid to try it, be bold!
Ecclesiastes 3:1 There is a time for everything, and a season for every activity under the heaven (NIV)
via Daily Prompt: Explore
I must share with you my incredible Easter weekend!
I was part of one of the most thrilling experiences of 2018 so far; an interactive indoor / outdoor play re-enacting the last days of Jesus walk on earth, put on by my church.
The authenticity of the experience made it at times extremely sad and overwhelming with intense inner feelings of gratitude and humility.
Yours truly was an angel who danced in adoration to Jesus at his resurrection. I also danced in the Jerusalem marketplace.
At first I was hesitant to be a part of the dance group but I felt it would be something interesting to explore, a way to push out of my comfort zone.
It was one of my best decisions this year thus far!
So, enjoy the collage, let me know what you think.
As cliche as it may sound, I honestly would rather be on a blinding white sand beach in the Caribbean, Grand Anse beach Grenada to be exact.
You see I am an island girl, Grenadian born, so nostalgia is real right now.
My toes in the warm sand, a chilled virgin pina colada while laying aimlessly under a shady coconut tree, alternating ever so often with the perfectly calm, clean, turquoise water.
So yes, I’d rather be home right now if I had it my way.
Photo by Cosmic Timetraveler on Unsplash
Photo by Joe deSousa on Unsplash
Photo by Clem Onojeghuo on UnsplashI’d rather be……….
When I was younger I was not a fan of wearing black because I thought it was such a boring color that made me look way too thin.
However, as I matured and my fashion taste expanded, I dibbled and dabbled in wearing black, and now I am confident enough to wear an entire black outfit.
So, I wore this outfit to a semi-formal day event, but you can tweek it any which way you like!
Of course I had to incorporate some color so I wore dark red shoes, and to take it up a few notches, I matched my lip color to my shoes!
Check out my pics below, let me know if you like them! xoxo
Although it was cold and cloudy, I ventured into Manhattan to meet up with my niece Neeka on her lunch break (she works on Wall Street) so we can walk around the area and check out some sites and stores.
This was my first time visiting the new and rebuilt Trade Towers, and they are stunning!!There are two new malls underground, one with all white floors and walls; simply a work of art.
So I started my excursion bareheaded, but as the day got colder and I could no longer feel my ears I purchased a very glamorous faux fur head wrap from one of the street vendors that are ever present in the city.
It worked perfectly! One would think I coordinated the head wrap and gloves before leaving my home but it just evolved that way! remember, accessories can make or slay an outfit!
My niece Neeka and I spent quality time together; don’t miss her blush pink coat coupled with a canary yellow purse (on the subway train) and on the street in her metallic jacket and red tote.
I am excited to share the pics with you, check me out in tourist mode!
HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!!!!
Christmas and Summer are my two favorite times of the year! I hope that all had a wonderful holiday season, and for this new year my wish for you is Peace, and my suggestion for absolute peace is Prayer.
O.K with that being said, I want to share my Christmas vacation with you! As you may have guessed, I visited my old stomping ground, Brooklyn NY, and as always Brooklyn did not disappoint, we had a great holiday!
It’s amazing the way being surrounded by family, good Caribbean food and friends can quickly alter your plans (sometimes for better, sometimes for worse). My boys who were reluctant to make the trip, were asking to say an extra day, so we stayed an extra day.
We visited our old church and stepped right into the beat just as if we had not left. I loaded up on my Caribbean foods (oxtails, callaloo, rice and peas, fried fish, curry goat, sweet potatoes, black cake and sorrel, yes lots of sorrel!)
Because I had to pack for my family, I had to limit the amount of outfits I could carry for myself, so I accessorized with scarves and headbands and kept it basic with long sleeve t-shirts and jeans.
All in all Christmas in Brooklyn was all I hoped it would be and more, and we can’t wait to go back this Spring break and Summer (God’s willing).
In my next post you will experience my New York City adventure!