Growing up I've always had a love for fashion and design. Maybe it stemmed from childhood, looking through old black and white photos of my grandmother in beauty pageants, or it could've been images of my mother and aunts draped in glamorous threads circa NYC 60's, 70's and 80's. My mother whom also modeled and sang is very stylish and glam -was i influenced yes! But I was still naturally draw to fashion and entertainment. 

I modeled at an early age just to get dressed up, acting was also a favorite of mine. I actually enjoyed that more because I love having a voice outside of just taking pics. 

But is Fashion and style something you need to learn? Or does it come naturally? Style is what you do with Fashion.   So is it necessary to attain a specific Fashion degree, to excel in the fashion field? Learning terminology, textile, and period pieces.... Is that something you can learn on your own? I feel it comes so naturally that its not needed. But on the other hand, it's about what looks good on that resume. 

Well I'm posting this knowing that, I love fashion, and entertainment, I have since forever and yet I still manage to gain that degree and pursue even higher. I've always been told to reach for the stars if I should fall, ill land on the moon. 

(S:N) feel free to leave your thoughts below. This is just a conglomeration of things in my head. Lol  


Fashion Friday: Men's Fashion: Leather Sweatpants

This Fall/Winter fashion is all about Leather. I love the leather sleeves on the sweatshirt look, perfect way to mix sporty and chic. Since that's such a big trend in Men's Fashion, why not make leather sweat pants!

I love a guy with style. Check out my fave guys rocking my these leather sweatpants and Street Styling to the max!

  • Bottega Venetta Leather Sweatpants 
  • Prada Velvet coat
  • Maison Martin Margiela Hoodie
Swagged Out!

  • En Noir leather sweatpants retail $1,299
  • SweatShirt and Jordans

Miss Rich Tip: If you don't have Kayne West money opt for mixing high-low fashion looks and keeping it cute, like Usher did!, he always wins in my book of Style! 

Outfit of the Day: Thanksgiving

I spent Thanksgiving in Virginia. Love the country atmosphere and I had to take advantage of the scenic view.

I wore burgundy/oxblood which is the color of the season. I love how it compliments the colors of the leaves. I opted to go for a country look flannel shirt( Target) high wasted shorts(thirfted DIY), and knees highs (Top Shop), oxblood turtle neck crop-top (Asos)

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Fashion of The day: Mixing Prints

My Style is an expression of me. I don't follow trends, I just do me! Rules are made to be broken, in fashion that is! I recently read a post on FashionBombDaily about mixing prints and I was totally inspired. I love the ideas of playing with colors, mix-matching and still making it work! Some people are afraid to think outside the box, try new things, and explore their different levels of personal style. I say go for it, YOLO! :)

  • Boots: David Z (soho nyc)
  • Shirt: Macy's
  • Pencil skirt: Forever21

Blogger- Rihanna-June Ambrose
They're showing the different ways to mix-match prints, and make it work

Miss Rich Tip: Mixing Prints is easy, and will never go out of style. Choosing colors that compliments  each other is a key to rocking this look. Wether it's bold or nude colors. I chose bold because, thats just the type a girl I am, I like to make a statement. Remember the most important tip I give you, is forget about the rules of fashion and just do your thing. It's personal style, be true, be you, and own it!