Anniversary Trip: Nashville, Tennessee


I hope you all have been doing well! In my last post I shared with you all that I was heading up to Nashville, TN to celebrate our wedding anniversary. We truly had a blast! I snapped some pictures along our vacation and wanted to share them with you.

This photo was taken when we first got to Nashville. The shirt is from


We try to stay open to different types of music. We explored the Country Music Hall of Fame Museum and learned a lot!


This wall was right behind our hotel. I thought it was so cute and quirky.


This was one of my favorite outfits for sure. The shirt is from While I snagged this skirt at Target from The Who What Wear line. The boots are from Aldo. The hat is from Old Navy.

A local artist created this image and I thought it was too pretty not to take a photo.

Just Be Yourself 


I hope you’re having a great weekend! Last night, I saw one of my favorite music artists in concert: Corinne Bailey Rae. I’ve loved her since I was in high school. I looked up to her for a lot of reasons. One of them being the fact that she’s simply herself. As someone who was bullied a lot for being different, it was nice to see someone who didn’t care what others thought of them. She was a visual reminder that it’s okay to be yourself. Her concert was awesome! Then I got the chance to meet her. I had this whole speech planned in my head about what I was going to say. I planned on telling her how much her music has helped me and how big of a fan I was. Well when I met her, the only thing I could say was: “how has your day been?” 😂😂😂. She has such a humbling spirit and answered my question politely. It was awesome to meet her! Here’s what I wore:

Dress: Marshalls

Kimono: H&M

Boots: Old Navy 

Menswear Monday: African American Music Appreciation Month

Earlier, I blogged about June being National Scoliosis Awareness Month. June is also African American Music Appreciation Month! There are a lot of artists who have paved the way and broken down barriers in the music industry. In honor of today being Menswear Monday, here are a few of my favorite African American male artists. 

Pharrell Williams











Childish Gambino




Kendrick Lamar