About Me

Hello and welcome to my fashion and lifestyle blog where I hope you will find posts that make dressing for work and beyond a bit little easier and more enjoyable. I love all things fashion and wanted to share my love of it with others. I find accessorizing, coordination, and dressing to enhance my shape to be quite fun. While clothes, shoes, and accessories don’t make the person, I find that when I’m nicely dressed, I am more confident in myself and it sets my tone for the day. I am a huge fan of dressing up as a way to express myself and love dressing to impress. I hope this blog inspires others to find that shopping and dressing up don’t have to be a chore, but that clothes can be one of your best assets.

One of my goals when starting this blog was to enhance my extra-curricular portfolio to include starting a blog in order to share fashion tips with others. Throughout the blog you will find different categories dedicated to daily work wear, and seasonal wear. I also post about my personal experiences.

Background Info

I obtained a Doctoral of Business Administration (DBA) degree candidate at Baker College. I graduated May 2020 and am excited to begin the new chapter of my life with my DBA. I obtained my Master’s of Science in Administration degree from Central Michigan University and my undergrad in English with a minor in Business from Oakland University. Currently I work full time as a civil servant for the Department of the Army at TACOM LCMC. I have been working at TACOM since after I graduated with my undergrad. I blog on the side as a hobby and as a creative avenue.

2 thoughts on “About Me

  1. Love your pictures and style, I will support your blog much as I can, and congratulations again on your doctorate!!


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