I celebrate people, I love writing and helping them to access their inner beauty through clothing, accessories and housewares which I believe helps to build self esteem.
With those factors in mind I built my business - www.labelmeposh.com and this site, so through this avenue both can be expressed; as an outlet. My style can be described as feminine, flirty and sometimes edgy. I am also a person shopper that shops for both men and women so I'm able to give advice on what to wear and how to wear it.
In the process I've learned to love myself for the person I've become.
I have recently started to outsource clothing for my business. I like the idea of earth sustainable fashion. The catch that I love is that I find items that no one else has or is wearing. My style; as is the style of my store is classy, but fun where there’s room for it. Let’s just say I’ve been in the process of leveling up and being true to myself. No one else.
I’ve found silks, cottons, designer, leather, and hard to acquire vintage pieces and jewelry. This outfit is an example and I love the result.
Hi! They say if you baby your passion, your passion will get you paid or even noticed. Well, that hasn’t exactly been the outcome for me. I find it discouraging to pursue mine which are writing and fashion because I can’t find a network that works for me. I’ve tried to get to know people by social networks and I do indeed attract some, but my audience I think likes to keep me for themselves. I mean you attract others only if your audience is willing to share.
I’ve been doing YouTube for a while now and don’t get me wrong there are 2 channels that have helped me, but the first channel has about 100 subscribers and has shouted me out once, but that’s not enough.
I really don’t know where to go from here. I’ve approached a very well respected person from my high school to try and get on their blog. I was in communication with them for a conversation or two at my behest and didn’t get any further, also 1/4 of the group Bone Thugs and Harmony who is also from my state and he (I’m just going to say it) lied twice about helping me. If you have any suggestions please list below.
There exists a street in Ohio that is as interesting as the history of Millionaire’s Row. Some streets of myth are paved in gold, some in silver, some with yellow brick, however we have one in Ohio that is paved in wood- Norfolk Pine to be exact and it is masterfully laid.
The street is laid using the same method that the brick rounds were, tile by tile meticulously placed and leveled so that the traveler has an easy trip.
It is beautiful and intricate nestled in a cozy little cul de sac that you would miss even if you were looking for it. (It’s the shortest street in Cleveland at 300 feet) I suppose that’s part of the intrigue.
The interesting part is that at one time the whole street was paved in pine. The cost of that today would be astronomical although worth it because it has stood the test of time..it was constructed in 1920. Sure, it has shown wear but wouldn’t you?
I had the pleasure of attending the grand opening of Andreas and his wife Tiffany’s new wine bar- Andreas Dekar & T.D. located at 15905 Euclid Avenue, East Cleveland Ohio,44112. Needless to say it was a wonderful experience. The community came together and supported a classy event.
Andreas is one of East Cleveland’s own; and he and his wife decided to give back by opening a business. The wine and cigar bar has the space to showcase talent and a live band, it has an area where you can purchase cigars, a place where video games can be played on a large screen, a kitchen and of course a fully operational bar. The atmosphere is calm and laid back with the interior being versatile for the men and women that are being catered to.
I had the pleasure of interviewing Andreas wife Tiffany, she was busy hosting so I only asked the most relevant question in my opinion:
Q: What made you invest in East Cleveland?
A:“Dre is from East Cleveland, this is home and this is where he wanted to put everything back into to.” Being spiritual she quotes “to whom much is given to whom ismuch required.”
She feels now is the best time to invest because of the rapidly changing landscape of the city.
The 2018 Fall campaign uses beautiful, diverse models and the tones are earthy; showcasing the colors green, brown and camel which work together and on anyone.
USD $4550. PEEK A BOO X LITE
USD $4550. PEEK A BOO X LITE
The shots were done by none other than Karl Lagerfield and beautifully so. I’m also impressed by the fabric that Fendi is using – wool, rich leathers such as calf skin and my favorite, but easily soiled material, suede.
Peek A Boo X Lite: $USD 4550
Prince of Wales jacket: $USD 3390
I love fashion, I love drama, I love celebrity culture. Keep up with me here:
I think Jennifer Aniston is restrained and modest.
These qualities are what make her interesting and intriguing in the eyes of many. However, there are some skeptics, people that feel that just because she doesn’t offer her personal life to the public at every opportunity that she is miserable, heart broken and, the most disturbing..useless, because she hasn’t given birth to any children.
The interview with Instyle, at least for the moment dispels these myths. First of all, she looks amazing at 49. Her body is toned and unlike many of these celebrities, she has aged well and looks amazingly natural.
Read more about her views about marriage, motherhood, and singlehood here.
I love a well put together monotone look; I decided to go light yesterday, light pink. I felt the need to be colorful because lately I’ve been feeling encouraged and uplifted. What better color to compliment the mood than pink?
Monotone done correctly. I love the results. (NO FILTERS)
Kandi do you love me are you ridin’?
Put on pink dress, pink heels, pink sunglasses, fluffy pink purse for texture and a purple belt to break up the monotony.