Today's Prescription: Queenin'

Happy Friday ya'll. It's the weekend, and I'm so excited for it. I can't lie, I haven't explored Charlotte like I should, mostly because there's always something to do, meaning I'm still organizing my apartment lol. So for the weekends, I'm usually in a hoodie. In college, I NEVER wore sweats, but now that I'm older and run a lot of errands, I wear hoodies and sweatshirts, because they're cute when you make them your own.
I received this hoodie from Romwe, and I love it. My graphic tee obsession has grown,  but this one fits me. I had to put it on after I saw "Black Panther"

Today's Prescription: Blushing with Just Fab

Happy Monday loves! I'm back after a mini hiatus.Today I'm hitting you up with another collaboration with JustFab! Yay! I love accessories, especially bags, but it's not often that I reach for handbags to be honest. So, why not go for something different?
Though JustFab is known for their shoes, don't sleep on the handbags. As a VIP, you can get handbags on the site for the same price as shoes. For more info, check out my first post with JustFab here.  If you're not a JustFab VIP yet, you're missing out sis!
Styling: I'm sporting the "Must Have Modern" bag found here, and I love the blush and grey tones, it's the perfect combo for the spring season coming up. It's for the girly girl in you, so for styling, I went for something that would compliment the bag. Both my top and pants are from Zara (I got them in-store on sale in January), so good luck with trying to find these pieces.
So what do you prefer from JustFab, shoes, bags, or clothes?
Love ya'll, be blessed, stay fab!

Today's Prescription: God is Dope Tee

Happy Friday loves! I'm so ready for the weekend. It's been a long, but good week. Work has had me super busy, but a good busy. I love that I'm learning all that I can and helping people out. I'm heading to Columbia today to get my hair braided, did I miss protective style season? Then I'm off to Charleston to spend the weekend with Ciapha and his family. I feel like I haven't been to Charleston in forever.
Another day, another graphic tee, WITH a message. "God is Dope" is a clothing line that sheds light on God though fashion and style. I love the message, but I also love the line. I picked this shirt up while in Atlanta a few weeks ago, and I really wanted to share it with ya'll. If you've been following my blog, then you know I love rocking Christian clothing (I gotta represent). I believe it's important for me to support businesses that share the same beliefs that I do.  For styling, I went for a look that would allow me to wear this to church. A plaid skirt and black pumps.
So how do you style your graphic tees?
I love ya'll, have a great weekend, stay fab!

Today's Prescription: Melanin + Sunnies

Happy Hump Day loves! It's been a heck of a work week, and it's not over lol. However, can we just talk about Black Panther? I'm a Marvel fanatic, but this one is hands down my favorite! The cast was lit, and it had a powerful message behind it all. I'm trying to get to Wakanda yesterday, okay?
I actually wore this "Melanin" hoodie to see the movie on Saturday and you can find it here. I love graphic tees, but I love them more when they have the right message. For styling, I threw on a bomber, leggings, fitted boots, and these sunnies.
Ya'll know I love a good pair of sunnies. Literally obsessed with this style "Zoey," from Diff Eyewear. Diff Eyewear is not only about stylish eyewear, but for every pair of sunglasses sold, they donate a pair of glasses to someone in need. Come through charity! They have plenty of styles to fit whatever you like, so get to shopping & be sure to use my code 'adoseoffab' for 25% off your purchase.
I love ya'll, be blessed, and stay fab!

Today's Prescription: I'm Dating a Minister

"What's wrong with him?" Of course I asked my line sister Kayla because here I was staring at a picture of a guy with a huge smile, squinting eyes, a Cosby sweater, and carrying a Bible. Boy, she was pitching him, yall! "Nothing, he's just short," Kayla responded. That meant nothing to me, because everyone's taller than me. Then, I found out Ciapha had entered in the ministry year ago.
Now, I was freaking out because I knew God, but my relationship with God was on a rollercoaster because I wasn't consistent. Why? Because I put failed "situationships" before my relationship with God. So after getting that together, (it was a process that you cannot rush) I began praying for God to send me someone that would lead me closer to Him -- but a minister? I couldn't quote scriptures left and right, I cursed every now and then, and I was scared that I would have to change who I was because of the calling on Ciapha's life.
I was wrong. Ciapha made it clear that he wanted me to be me, and that I didn't have to change who I was because we were now dating. However, once the relationship progressed, I realized that I didn't want to do the things I used to. I'm telling ya'll, God was pulling on me! I wanted to learn more about God for not only myself, but for our relationship. I go to hear Ciapha preach every chance I can because it's beautiful to see his gift, and watch God use him, even though I'm nervous for him every single time.
Dating a minister is not easy though. He has classes, traveling obligations, and he still works a 9-5 that doesn't always stick to those hours. On top of that, we're long distance, sometimes I only get to see him for a day. So can it be frustrating? LORD YES! We belong to different denominations, so there's that, and the nosey church people lol. With all of this and then some, I constantly remember that this is what God has called him to do, and as a Christian, and girlfriend, I can't do anything but support it.
Though I prayed for somebody that would lead me closer to God, I also got a best friend. Besides being a minister, this man is just flat out corny, but makes me laugh until my stomach hurts. Ciapha is understanding, and I get the best of all worlds. I can call him when I don't understand something I'm studying in the Bible (why we have weekly Bible study), I can vent about anything, and I often drag him on shopping trips, and anything else I want to do.
With all this, I don't mind the church people, tired nights, and extra hour of church, well sometimes lol. I'm blessed to have his big head in my life.