March 20th is the official start of spring... although its been an emotional roller coaster between winter and spring lately. Spring time in DC is always so festive, mainly because of the Cherry Blossoms! The week long celebration varies each year depending on the estimated bloom date of the blossoms.
I have never been to a pumpkin patch, so when I had the chance to travel a few miles outside of DC to visit one with some other bloggers I went for it! We took a hay ride and ventured to a field full of picture perfect pumpkins. I chose this one. But I left it because I was ok with the cardio not the weightlifting that day.
Looking for the perfect holiday dress? How about a gold sequin stunner! Personally I love the Eloquii ($149) dress a bit more than I like the Asos ($53) dress but when you are highly price sensitive then dupes are need. Click on the picture for a direct link to purchase! Which style do you love more? Comment below!
27 is not one of those big milestone years but I'm going to celebrate it like it is! As a September 11th kids my birthday has been a little bitter sweet. I am not gonna let anything ruin my birthday. I started my birthday with an after work happy hour with friends at a local bar. Medaterra is located in the wodley park area of Washington, DC and offer one of the best happy hours! I invited a few friends to join me to start the celebrations.
This labor day was my mom's birthday and we celebrated with a small cookout. I have been starting at this dress for a while not knowing when to wear it. This was the perfect occasion!Dress- Susan Fashion (Washington, DC)
f you have never been to a Nigerian/African wedding you are truly missing out on a good treat! I will do my best to describe one for you! First- your outfit. you can not show up to any African function half stepping! Your outfit needs to be tight! Typically the bride selects a fabric that wedding guests can purchase to attend, it is not mandatory but highly suggested if offered.