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Top 50 Curvy Fashion Bloggers

Art Becomes You

I’ve been having a lot fun putting together these detailed lists. You must have seen my Top 40 Black Female Fashion Bloggers, 101 Black Hair Ideas, Top 40 Asian Fashion Bloggers,Top 30 MakeUp and Beauty Bloggers,Top 30 Bold & Bald Bloggers…and so forth. These posts take ages to complete and I’ve got a whole lot different topics lined up. Today I’ll be serving my Top 70 Curvy Fashion Bloggers. Blogging might just be a trend for some, but for these curvy divas it’s a movement. They are successfully eradicating petty myths and beliefs from the society towards plus size women and fashion. I’m also hoping this post is a great inspiration for curvier girls to get different style tips. I’m not blessed with many curves. But these ladies are! They’re the best in the plus-size bloggers out there.Let’s get into these fabulous ladies who…

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The LBD…revamped

While  in Kenya a couple weeks back, this is what I was getting into, photo shoots with photographer  Armstrong Too check out his twitter handle @armstrongtoo

Below we see how to simply revamp the Little Black Dress

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For details on these looks head over to

leave a comment, let me know what you think

Color Block-ASOS embroidered skirt

This post has been long over due, I remember this day, I made my pal drive around with me in the rain scouting for locations until it stopped raining, lol. All credit to my luv Terri who was so patient with me. Thnx doll. OK back to the post……..

I love love love this skirt!!!!! I initially ordered it a size too big from ASOS, no biggie, I got it tailored to fit perfect! The quality is amazing and the detail is impecable, did I mention it has pockets! I paired it with an old turquoise lace top I’ve had for years and my fav neon pink pumps, that I left in Kenya on my last trip there a couple weeks ago :(. I loved all the pics and couldn’t decide on which to post, so I posted all, hope ya’ll don’t mind.
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Let me know what you think! will have a give away soon!!

Calm after the Storm

Time has passed, we have mourned and buried our loved one’s from the devastation that was the #westgateattack.

Most around the world watched in despair as the siege went on for four straight days, citizens and diaspora of Kenya sat at the edge of there seats as they watched terror attack their own.

It is yet amazing how this brought the country together through a massive outpour of support through social media as well as contributions for the victims, Kenyans raised over 30million Kenya shillings in 2 days! How amazing is that?! I logged on to my twitter handle constantly to get details on the siege but was moved by the unity of #KOT (Kenyans on Twitter). They virtually held each other’s hands throughout the whole ordeal and kept hope alive chanting slogans like #weareone and indeed the country stood as one, setting aside tribal and color differences.

As the world watched through various media outlets, they felt our pain and sent messages of support because there own were involved in the attacks and not just Kenyans.

Hopefully the country remains as ONE and the citizens continue to bless each other with positivity as they did through the ordeal, it really showed us what we are capable of as a country in whole.

Oh God of all creation,
Bless this Our land and nation,
Justice be our shield and defender,
May dwell in unity, peace and liberty
Plenty be found within our borders

Below are pics of Diaspora and American friends that wanted to show their support from miles away, we all hurt as one, we are all mankind.











If my brothers in trouble… So am I.

As you can see from the pics about, it doesn’t matter where your from, all you need is a Heart



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