By Sherika Stewart
There’s no need to hate or envy the woman who you notice “looks” better than you. Why? Because we all have our own uniqueness.
You, yes you. You have a signature presence. You know that one hairstyle you feel most confident wearing? That one color that compliments your skin tone? Even the lip color that is poppin‘ Oh, let’s not forget the jeans, leggings, or skirt that speaks for itself! Ha! Need I say no more!
What I’m trying to say, ladies, is that when you know you look good, you tend to act and treat others differently. You walk different, you talk differently. It’s like having a lot of money, and there’s a sudden change in your walk and talk! Same difference. I always keep in mind; how I treat people is a reflection of how I view myself. The way you dress says a lot about you…
A growing body of research suggests that the clothes we wear impacts our thoughts, behavior, political views, and even our biology. Clothes can impact how we think and succeed, thanks impart to something researchers have termed “en-clothed cognition (ThinkTank).”
So ladies, the next time you hear, “Girl, why you always dressing up?”
Tell them, that’s how I feel!
Ladies!!!Dress how you feel, it’s 2017 and there are no rules to fashion…
THE ONLY RULE IS, IF YOU WEAR IT, WEAR IT WELL!!
Dress how you feel, it’s 2017 and there are no rules to fashion…
THE ONLY RULE IS,IF YOU WEAR IT, WEAR IT WELL!!
In this article, we are featuring Abrielle Hollis from Tulsa, Okla. I chose Abby because not only is she a lover of fashion, but she makes the clothes; she doesn’t let them make her.
“Fashion is a way for you to express who you are! Everyone wears the same things these days, but it’s how you wear it.. that makes you different from everyone else!! It’s important, to have your own individuality… Fashion is life for me!! I love it!!” – Abrielle Hollis
Sherika Stewart is a fashionista, personal stylist, and Host and Co-Executive Producer of Black Coffee at the Black Wall St. Times. Sherika studied Mass Communications at the University of Arkansas. She led peer process groups and watch the lives of over 250 young adult peers transform. She lives to inspire, motivate, and encourage those around her. She is determined to remind every woman that they are beautiful, unique, and chosen for something amazing!