Woman Of Steel Fashion Position: I Accept!

I’ve been busy working with my partners setting up a business that I cannot wait to share with you’ll next month, but since we have a deadline to meet, it’s crunch time and we’re using our supernatural powers to get things rolling in time for our launch date!

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Ohh the superwomen we can be when we there is something to accomplish!  

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Popping Some Pixels.

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I’ve been searching for another pixelated series of photos like the 8-bit illustrations project I shared about two years ago. Jherin Miller, a graphic designer and creator of “Where the sun sleeps,” combined 80’s graphics and old-fashion photography to create these cool photographs.  Thank you Miller for making these Polaroids looks as though they needed a couple more shakes.

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PH: Trendland

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It’s a Met Gala Kind of Day.


Not too sweet, nor too glamorous.  Rough around the edges with boots and a Mohawk to a gala, now that is my kind of party!

Tonight the Metropolitan Museum of Art will host it’s annual Costume Institute Benefit, better know as the Met Gala, with this year’s theme being Punk: Chaos to Couture.

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Think Outside The Box For Prom Part One.

Recently I gave into a request to help a friend who admits to being so fashionably challenged that her daughter was afraid to have her be the only one there when she started looking for her prom dress.

The first though that went through my head was “how old is my friend to have a teenage daughter?”  Second, “am I that old that I have friends with teenage children?”  Yikes. Well with age there is fashion wisdom and the realization that I could go through the entire prom shopping experience vicariously through my friend’s daughter.

I look at proms as the teen version of weddings. A whole lot of fuss, primping, pampering and dressing up without restrictions on your attire.   You can wear white, or ruffle garments in bright colors, you can even wear rompers on prom night!  The options are endless, but I decided to share prom looks that aren’t very traditional, allowing those young ladies to wear these garments or accessories again and not letting it be a one night thing.

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