Beauty and the Muse

Atlanta Style: Our Trip to the South

Posted on: April 4, 2014

 

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So we headed down to the A for the weekend for a baby shower and to catch up with some good company. Susu (above), an up and coming designer and great friend, showed us an awesome time. She is actually wearing one of her custom made pieces.

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Ruquyah, the mother to be, had an African inspired theme for her shower.

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My bud, Laila, is rocking her basics with a touch of color and gold accents.

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The purple lipstick was giving me life… And so was the sun!

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Outfit Details:

Scarf and zebra print flats: Lane Bryant

Blazer and Dress: Torrid

Shades: Dots Clothing

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3 Responses to "Atlanta Style: Our Trip to the South"

All of the fashion in these pictures are amazing!!!! That yellow is like whoa and That African print…

It’s what happens when the sun comes out. Lol. Thanks hun.

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