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Turquoise Lines

Hey guys! See, I am back to regular blogging. Two posts in two days certainly is record breaking for me! 
Anyway, I wore this gorgeous dress to a wedding I attended in July. I was “window shopping” when I sighted the pretty turquoise stripes. Immediately I saw it, I knew it was a “Taylor Dress” dress. Taylor dresses are usually tea length, sleeveless and they have that Michelleobama  60’s silhouette vibe.  Most dresses I wear to Weddings (see here) are made by this brand. It’s like the brand understands my body.I usually do not have to try them on in store,I just pick up my size and voila…
Anyways I paired the dress with a purple bag and black pumps. I had just taken out my braids, so I rocked my teeny weeny afro (my hair has definitely come a long way from when I cut it here)

Here are the pics…enjoy!


  1. That's such a beautiful dress! I'm glad you're uploading more often!

  2. This dress is divine and looks so good on you, it is definitely calling my name.

  3. that dress and your hair is giving me life!

  4. Welcome back to 'regular' posting - This dress is stunning. The colour and style is just divine.


  5. Totally rocking it girl!!! Absolutely love this dress..Very fun and fabulous look...And I am in love with your hair too :)

  6. lovely dress, and your makeup is amazing . Could you make a tutorial ?

  7. um work it!! what an amazing dress
    xo Jessica

  8. I love the waistline, lovely color too :)

  9. its a gorgeous dress and you look so great! love the colors on you!

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  10. Just divine, that dress is everything and killer purse!

  11. Love the dress so much. The colors are unique and your makeup is so lovely.

  12. Your dress is absolutely lovely and i love your subtle makeup. Your hair is so on point- im currently transitioning and I can't wait till my hair is all natural

  13. This dress is super cute I love it, truly a must have :)

  14. OMG! Your hair!!! Everything!! Yayayyayayy!

    So beautiful!!! :D


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