Happy Monday, beautiful people!
It has been a while since I’ve posted anything on the blog. I’ve been getting adjusted to my new job, being in school, and enjoying this holiday season. I hope this holiday season has been enjoyable for you so far. I’ve been watching a lot of Netflix Christmas and holiday movies. This time of the year really brings out the kid in me.
I am super excited about sharing my outfit from yesterday.
My turtleneck is from Cato Fashion. I love the mesh detail on the sleeves. I’m rocking it with my favorite go-to leopard print skirt from Rainbow.
My necklace is from Walmart ($2.00) and my ring is from Cato ($1.99). My handbag is from JustFab.com which I have had for a couple of years now.
I hope your week is productive and filled with holiday cheer!
Hello, fashion lovers and fashion admirers!
If you’re new to my blog or have been rolling with me from day one, fashion is my thing. I love the artistry and creative expression of fashion. I like being able to express myself through what I wear. Fashion is very cathartic.
However, I run into a lot of people who admire fashion but avoid allowing themselves the experience of feeling fantastic. Some feel that they don’t have the right body or are too old to feel great in what they are wearing. Some women don’t want to spend tons of money on clothes and others focus a majority of their time on their families.
I would like to encourage you to try something different with your style. If you have more of a monotone colored wardrobe add an element of color that you wouldn’t typically use. If you’re not at a place where you cannot put money into your wardrobe, you can be creative in seeing how you can tweak what you already have by altering them. You could also have a clothing swap party with some friends and trade garments. YouTube has some great DIY projects for t-shirts and making clothes for those who are limited in our sewing abilities.
The beauty of having your style is that it’s yours. You don’t have to follow trends or shop high-end designer brands to look good and feel good. Change your mind about fashion and have fun with it.
If you have any great tips, feel free to share in the comments section!
Talk to you soon! Also, connect with me on Instagram @lovelymultifacetedchic and on Facebook.
A couple of weeks ago, I wrote a post about some life changes and transitioning from my career path as a crisis counselor. I recently began working in the science industry as a chemist. I must say that I am really excited about the change and the future.
Some of you may not have known, but my first career job after graduating college was in the science field. I was a cosmetic chemist for a brief time while I was in grad school. And it was the best working experience ever.
Here’s one of my outfits that I wore to work.
So, you may be wondering about my work as a therapist. I have started speaking. My goal was to do classes, seminars, and along with other speaking platforms to empower others once I became a therapist.
My dreams are now a reality thanks to faith, timing, and my support system. God is good. I will share more as time progresses. Until then, fill your mind with positive things ♡
XOXO Brandi ♡♡♡
It’s Wednesday and I had to share some mid-week chic! I wore this outfit Sunday and I was in the mood for some mixed prints. I’m a fan of stripes and I love floral prints!
Here are some details about my outfit. My top is from Target ($6) and my skirt is from Old Navy ($8). I got both of these a few weeks ago. My shoes and necklace are old items. My watch and ring are from Cato.
I love my crochet hairstyle. The beauty of this crochet hairstyle is that I love this color without dying mine.
Be on the look out for more post and updates on my life!
Talk to you soon and be great!