The sun has been grazing my skin and reminding me to appreciate and enjoy my time. I paired an all white crop and skirt with an oversized blazer for a sunny, weekend look. 
Clearly, my hair wanted to be the star of the show. 

Here's how I achieved this look:
-Took hair down from a bun, wet my hands, and rolled my hair into 6 bantu knots. Spritzed lightly with The Roots Braid Sheen Spray and covered with scarf + bonnet.

-The next day, I unraveled the knots and used 4 bobby pins to secure the hair into an updo. The trick is to lightly separate the curls and move them about until they fall into a side-swept cascade. It will take a few tries, but it's well worth it.
Let me know if you try this and like it!
I have to shout out my brother for always putting up with me and delivering amazing shots. Ezephotography is truly something special.
As time goes by, I hope that I never forget who I am.

I'm headed to New York tomorrow, and it's weird to say that I'm looking forward to the high of 63 degrees. I'll take what I can get to be in the city where the guys have the best accents and the pizza is made of dreams. 

Stay tuned for photos.

Pale Yellow Blazer and White Crop- Sav-Mor Thrift
White Skirt- Forever 21
Gold Chain- Woodland Thrift
Sandalias- Target (similar)
Almond Leather Pack- Affordable Treasures
Hair- Transformed using water and this braid spray.



  1. I love this outfit! Your hair and your shoes are perfect :)

  2. Beautiful outfit! The sandals are great!

  3. I love oversized blazers and the color yellow. One of many colors that looks beautiful on our skin tone. Love how you kept it simply and paired it with a white dress... too cute. btw LOVEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE your hair. aghhhh .... so beautiful.

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    1. thank you, I was going for an all white look, but color creeped up on me..& yes, some yellow tones are super flattering

  4. sorry i mean two piece top and skirt lol...looked like a dress lol