High Rise Pants and Cardigans


 “A woman is never sexier than when she is comfortable in her clothes.” – Vera Wang

Hey Beautiful, happy Monday .. I hope your day is going amazing. The sun is shining and the curls is popping. COCO said get ready . I was looking through my closet this week and I started to thinking about how we as women tell ourselves when and how we can pull off a certain look or piece of clothing for that matter . Let me just say Baby you got the Juice . You can pull off any look all you need is the confidence. 




/ˈkänfədəns/Learn to pronouncenoun

  1. the feeling or belief that one can rely on someone or something; firm trust.

I meet so many women who have amazing gems to share with the world yet they express the concerns on rocking things they feel like they cannnot pull off . I am hear to tell you that is just not true . I want to show you how you can mix a cardigan , stripped top and high rise pants with heels of course  to conquer the world .


 “I want to remind people of a different kind of glamour, a different look, and breaking rules of fashion. I want to break the rules.” – Dita Von Teese.



Danica Cardigan  

You can add fringe to just about anything . This is from the #evamenseznewyork&company. It’s all about textures and colors . So when putting your outfit together think about what you want to say to the world . This cardigan is lightweight and you can dress it up or dresss it down . 

Striped TOP  

Stripes add another element to your outfit. I am rocking a #stripednasatop That I found at #Forever21 . Now y’all know sis going to find those gems .  Anyone can pick a plain T-shirt . Remember everything is a mood . 



High Rise Utility Pants 

Come on green I see you coming through. I am

rocking #Forever21highriseutiltypants . Don’t be scared to pair colors together. these pants are not made just for boots put your own spin on it . Create a look that is edgy, chic and most importantly wear what makes you feel Amazing.



 “Create your own style. Let it be unique for yourself and yet identifiable for others.” – Anna Wintour