This Fashion House has been recognized since 1921 when it was founded by the Italian fashion designer Guccio Gucci. To features in Vogue, making its landmark on Fifth Ave, being led by creative director Tom Ford, and producing it’s first men’s scent, this label has done nothing but set milestones for years to come. After celebrating its 90th anniversary in 2011, this brand has only gone up in recognition and sales since then.
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Every year around this time I ask myself the same questions – Why do I live in a cold state? It’s something I can never seem to answer so I find myself going through the motions in order to get myself to spring. By the time summer hits I forget that I even live in a cold state and yep you guessed it…
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Everything Organic feat. Earth Tu Face
Surprisingly enough we’re in November and I’m starting to reflect on all the outrageous things I’ve seen and experienced. There are so many trends that are new or either found there way back. And while I love to talk about fashion and show you guys how I like to mix n’ match these trends, I’m a strong advocate for living a healthy lifestyle.
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Typically a Lookbook is where you find my outfit inspirations, current trends, and must-haves. But this Lookbook in particular is special – it’s different. It’s a gallery of never seen before photos and videos that walk you through my life. I didn’t create this in hopes of receiving pity. I’m not looking for acceptance or approval. I have no intensions in offending you or opening doors that you’ve worked so hard to close. I would have never imagined myself living the life I live today.
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Gucci Loafers: Real vs. Steal
If only we all had $600 at our disposal to spend on this seasons’ must-have shoe. But like most working people, we have bills and other priorities to take care of before we can even think about purchasing pieces like that. And that’s why I’m here to tell you exactly how you can get the ‘to die for’ look for less than half the price.
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