WearMe Pro Sunglasses Is My Favorite Travel Accessory

WearMe Pro Sunglasses Is My Favorite Travel AccessoryHey, Guys! I finally checked off an opportunity from my bucket list. An opportunity that I’ve wanting to do it since forever! I traveled out the country for the first time, to the beautiful Island of Dominican Republic. In my Caribbean escape, I know the right sunscreen is mandatory, but my overall favorite travel accessory is sunglasses. The WearMe Pro Sunglasses became a must-have during my travel.

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Eddie Eddie by Billy Tommy SS17: Style Fashion Week

eddie1You don’t think of wearing sweatshirts and hoodies in the spring/ summer season. However, The collection Eddie Eddie by Billy Tommy will make you reconsider.His designs resemble a mix of the then and now hip hop culture while reviving every true fashionista love for vintage gems.

I initially was drawn to the Eddie Eddie brand in 2013.One day I was scouring through magazines pages, being a typical fashion blogger and paused when I saw a spread devoted to the Harlem-born rapper, A$AP Rocky.Not only did I like A$AP Rocky because I enjoy listening to his music, but (were also born in the same borough and) I respect the influence he has in the fashion world. As I flip through A$AP Rocky’s spread, I fell in love with a dope sweater design by Sean Kinny.(Sean Kinny is the designer of Eddie Eddie by Billy Tommy.) The sky blue sweater seemed like someone doodled a dollar sign in the center.The dollar sign aligned with various woven diamond patterns.This is one example of the designer many creations.

As the years went by I saw Kinny’s designs in e-commerce shops such as  Refinery 29 and La Petite Mort. Continue reading

A Millenial Guide On What To Wear To The Afropunk Festival

     afropunk3As a third-time Brooklyn resident, there are many reasons for always coming back to live in the borough.I get drawn to the inspirational surroundings and influential events that arise in the community. One of the events I feel is the most influential to the Brooklyn culture is the Afropunk Festival.Due to the positive effect on the young progressive community, it expanded to Paris and Atlanta last year.