Sometimes, we can have so many clothes and continue to shop the same mundane items…and it ends up cluttering our closet. I’ve known Dr. Mosley for years and she’s a highly professional woman. She dresses mostly in suits and is very conservative.
I did some shopping for her and introduced her didn’t shapes, colors and cuts. A lot of women are self-conscious about their necklines, but if you don’t over accessorize or accentuate your perceived flaws, you can wear anything with confidence.
I shopped her Keenya at a variety of stores, primarily Stein Mart and New York and Company. I went to several stores, but they are still lacking a presence and missing the market dollar for women sizes. First of all, Stein Mart really needs to update their marketing and displays, but they have a great selection of modern items and women sizes. Second, NY&C has always been my jam…both my mom and I (different generations and sizes) can shop there.
Keenya had several events she needed styling for, primarily her sorority events. I didn’t want her to be completely decked out in her sorority colors, so some outfits are solid and others will be accessorized with the colors…and dusters with some.
Some of the outfits: Featured: Top, Banana Republic | Floral Skirt, High waisted taupe pants NY&C | Blazer and Pink Skirt, Stein Mart
For her Labor Day bash, Keenya wanted to be the light of her party, obviously. I got this number from Gabrielle Union’s new collection at New York and Company and added very simple accessories. The off the should look with a statement necklace was perfect for her neckline…and needless to say, she was stunning and exuded confidence.
Pink Jumpsuit and necklace/earrings New York and Company