Whenever I see an item that is unique I seem to lose my senses. That was exactly what happened to me when I saw the Peta Rabbit bag by Vincentian designer Peta Odini.
I was casually browsing Instagram a few months ago and stumbled upon a post by the Trinidadian boutique Exhibit A. I literally stopped in my tracks when I saw the Peta Rabbit bag!!!
My first thought was how I could get this bag!
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Rotary Installation seasons lately have required me to become rather creative. Ever since I became a member, I found that myself accumulating semi formal dresses that I only wore once or twice before having to give them away. Last season, I decided not to buy any new dresses but instead to mix & match pieces I already own.
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Last October, I had the pleasure of helping out at the Rotaract District 7020 PETS Training Seminar held at the University of the West Indies. After the training seminar my friend Nicole & I headed to Jamaica College to watch a Manning Cup Match (A local High School Football/Soccer Tournament).
It’s funny how sometimes the simplest pieces can come together to make a really cute outfit.
I think the oversize fedora gave the simple look a very chic low key boho vibe & the yellow & black bag a pop of colour.
I really love how all these pieces came together & somehow worked.
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It’s been awhile since I did an outfit post. I wore this look in January but I am still so in love with it that I decided to share it.
I dubbed it Camo Chic because the military jacket was definitely the star of the show. I know that there are a few countries that ban the wearing of camouflage; the beauty of this look is that it is laid back so the military jacket can easily be substituted with another statement jacket.
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I got inspired to do this DIY from Instagram. I was looking through Carnival pictures and came across a very creative young lady who transformed her T-shirt into a romper. So I thought maybe I could experiment with the idea but instead of a romper, I made a body suit from a T-shirt!
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My outfit for the Rotary Club of St. Andrew North’s
Family Funday was simple & I think elegant. I paired an oversize shirt with a comfortable pair of shorts with my most trusted D’NexStep
Sling Baby and a cute shoulder bag I got as a birthday gift from a friend.
Top: Maxie’s Department Store, Portmore | Shorts: Bought from a family friend | Sandals: D’NexStep | Bag: Gift
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The other day I found one of my favourite purses, a mini hobo Guess purse I have had for almost 10 years. I wasn’t ready to part ways with it so i decided to turn it into a little DIY project!
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On Wednesday August 21, 2013, I visited the Rotaract Club of St. Thomas’ Installation Ceremony. This was my final Installation for the season and I really enjoyed the experience. I wasn’t sure what to wear and I did put an outfit together the night before but changed my mind the morning of the Installation.
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I have always been a fan of the Monochromatic trend so I was super excited when it became fashion’s latest obsession. I had found these capris earlier last month in a pile of clothes I forgot I owned and decided to rock it while running some errands the other day.
So here’s my take on this Monochrome trend:
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My Rotaract Club in association with Royalta Production presented a benefit performance of the gospel play “Yet Will I Trust”, April 26-27, 2013. I went to the April 27 performance & I enjoyed every minute of it! Aside from Tyler Perry plays, I have never watched much gospel plays so I was a bit apprehensive. I wasn’t sure if I would relate but I did. It was a great performance and very relevant.
I got a lovely pair of high-waisted shorts from my mom & so I decided to wear it to the play. Here’s how I styled my shorts:
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