NYFW Recap

Day 1: Day 1 of Fashion Week was pretty chill for me, it mostly consisted of planning looks and events for the week. I had a dope workout at Arlo Soho with Surfset thanks to the awesome people behind the Into App. I’ve never surfed before so that class was intense! I ran over to […]

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#MEETTHEG : Braxton

I am extremely pleased to announce the latest feature on Alexis the G called #MeetTheG where we highlight a Girl boss who is breaking the glass ceiling and inspiring other women! This week we interviewed Braxton, a young Entrepreneur from Richmond, heading into her first year at Clark Atlanta University! Let’s meet the G…  Who is Braxton? Wow, […]

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Find

After about an hour scouring the mall from front to back, still nothing. DSW, Forever 21, Macy’s nor Aldo’s held the right floral heels I envisioned in my head. Heels that would go perfectly with the ensemble I bought earlier that day for one of the most important campus events I would attend my Junior […]

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Skirts And The City: Part ii

I hope you all liked the first post of this two part series on styling skirts! Here is post numero dos, featuring this gorgeous chartreuse, suede skirt my mom handed down to me from her younger years! The A-line fit is perfect if you’re not so curvy like myself, it cinches in at the waist giving […]

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Skirts And The City: Part i

This is the first post of a two-part series on how to style skirts this summer! I always find myself reaching for crop tops and cut-off shorts, or I’ll spice it up with a dress (out of laziness) but I wanted to step out of my sometimes tomboy-ish comfort zone. Thus, this two part series […]

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DUMBO

I had a very chill Memorial Day, I went to DUMBO (that means Down Under the Manhattan Bridge Overpass, I just learned that lol) in Brooklyn with my friends. We had a makeshift picnic by the water with foods from all the amazing food trucks & shops in the area, it was so good! It […]

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Gostoso

I am so grateful to Vogue Brazil for taking a risk and using bright colors in their March 2014 issue, rather than the pastels we are so used to seeing in spring (yawn). I also appreciate how each look appears to be thrown together by someone who was blindfolded and thrown in Vogue’s closet. YET […]

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