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Worth the Wait...

I know. It's been way too long. I didn't think I would be this much time since I've blogged but I am working on getting back into the swing of things. I even considered throwing in the towel...but this is something that makes me happy, so I need to find ways to reorganize and reprioritize my time. Working on it! But the time away was much needed. So much has transpired over the course of just a few short months, one of them being the completion of my Ph.D. Hence my need to "steal away" for a bit. But praise be to God. It's done! 

Although I haven't posted in quite some time, I still found a few moments in between writing my dissertation for styling. I got to take a huge part in styling my first wedding (other than my own). My friend, YoYo, who let me practice styling with her when I first started my styling journey (check out my first post on YoYo here) got married late this summer on the beautiful island of Jamaica. Her wedding was photographed by one of my personal favorite photographers, CtHruLens.  

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Style Feature: Caytostyle

I love working with new people and I'm excited to share another style interview with you all. I had the wonderful opportunity to meet (through a mutual contact), Aneka of 'Caytostyle'. I enjoyed her classic style and just had to share her style with all of my readers. I know you will love reading the interview with this beautiful Jamaican-born enjoying life in the Bahamas.  As always, thanks for stopping by. Enjoy! 

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Style Feature: Secrets Des Soeurs

I am so excited to share my first style interview featuring these beautiful ladies from Secrets Des SoeursThaina and I first connected on social media by way of a mutual friend and it's been a delight collaborating with both her and her sister, Patrice. I was featured on their site a couple months back and both have such a great sense of style so I just had to share it with you all! Can't keep all the goodness to myself! Keep reading to learn more about these lovely ladies! Thanks Thaina and Patrice for sharing. 

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