Hola peeps! My fave naturalista and funny lady Tracee Ellis Ross graces the August 2014 cover of Upscale Magazine. In the issue she talks about her upcoming new show Black-ish, her booty at the fab age of 41 and love. Pick it up on a newsstand near you, I plan to. Enjoy!
Hola! My fave natural chica—Tracee Ellis Ross has paired up with The Coveteur for a spread out of this world! These artsy images reeks of style, sophistication and class. The pic of her in the yellow peplum romper is my fave! Take a look and let me know which one is yours?
Ms. Ross shares her home with The Coveteur by giving them a tour of her fab closet, talks about her vintage love affair and shows off her book collection. To see and read more just go here. Enjoy!
Hola! As you know I am in love with natural hair and curlz, so this post is just highlighting some of the best curlz around. Feel free to comment on your fave. Enjoy!
Can’t get enough of Tracee Ellis Ross! She has the best curlz and style!
Hola peeps! Sorry I have been M.I.A. for a minute, no worries as the schedule will resume shortly. Working on some upgrades/changes so stay tuned. For now check out this pic of SNC Muse—Tracee Ellis Ross. She looks über fab in this spread she did for UPTOWN Magazine. So, do u like?
Hola peeps! I hope that your week has been going great. Sorry I have been out of wack lately. No worries I am getting back on track with today’s Simply Black & White. Check out the pics and let me know if you like!
Hola and happy hump day! Did you guys watch Reed Between the Lines last night? If you missed it the focus of the episode was Carla (played by Tracee Ellis Ross) teaching her daughter the importance of being herself. In this case the situation was her daughter straightening her natural curls/changing her appearance to impress a boy.
They touched on the problems that come with using chemically relaxers—damage, no curls and heat! Carla expressed her dislike of permanently straightening her hair and especially since it was being done for acceptance. I was a bit shocked but happy to see that this was being addressed on a tv show. I know the writers are responsible for the storyline but I also believe that TRE had a hand in that as well. Either way I think that it is great to show young girls that it is ok to be who you are and not reform for anyone/anything. What are your thoughts on this?
I must admit I was a bit apprehensive when I heard the show was premiering but it is growing on me little by little. My curiosity of TRE’s wardrobe and gorgeous hair is enough to make me continue to tune in. Will you?
Hola peeps! I hope you are having a great weekend. Last night was the 2011 Black Girls Rock event here in NYC and it appears to have been a fab time had by all! If you aren’t familiar with the organization then you should know that DJ Beverly Bond is the founder of BGR; which mentors young black girls and works towards fading the negative images of Black women in the media.
My plan is to definitely be in attendance next year. However for now I am sharing some of my fave images from the extraordinary night courtesy of www.essence.com. Some of my fashion and hair muses were in the house—Tracee Ellis Ross, Jill Scott, and Mary J. Blige to name a few. The show airs on BET Nov 6th. Enjoy!