Should We Boycott H&M

Reflections on Martin Luther King Jr. and Economic Equality


As we celebrated Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s life yesterday, in part, we acknowledged his fortitude; his fight for justice, civil rights, and economic equality; his leadership through boycotts, marches, and protests; and the lasting impression his legacy has had our culture.

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Thank you for your Support – Scales of Style Turns One

5 Lessons I Learned My First Year Blogging


Let me start this post by saying thank you to everyone who has rocked with me over the last year!! From the people who’ve been on this journey with me from day one when I had three followers  (my mom; sister, Makeda; and friend,  Tiffany), to those who just started following me yesterday, to everyone who allowed me to feature them, to the people who encouraged me to keep going, and the team of people who helped me behind the scenes. I cannot say it enough: thank you all for your support!

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patchwrk By Rachel Nicole

The Patched Denim (or not so denim) Jacket You Need This Fall

This fall I have an obsession with patched denim. Okay… so it actually started before this fall, but after scouring the market for a patched denim jacket, I ended up empty handed. Either the shape of  the jacket was off, or I just didn’t like the patches. I even thought about DIYing it, but quickly abandoned that idea in the interest of time and the thought of ruining a perfectly good denim jacket.

Layering Summer and Fall Fashion

How to Easily Transition Your Wardrobe From Summer Style to Fall Fashion

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Malaka in Rachel Roy Late Summer Collection cropped blouse and  palazzo pants.

Fall is right around the corner, but that doesn’t mean your summer wardrobe has to immediately change with the season. I know, I know…. most of you have probably been waiting for boot season and comfy sweaters, but before your wardrobe completely falls into a dark abyss, you may want to consider layering summer with fall fashion. 

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Scales of Style, Etichat, and Out of My Mouth Inspired at the Frist Center for Visual Arts

Art and Inspiration

You never know where your path will lead you…. Well, last week, it lead me to a photo shoot at the Frist Center for the Visual Arts with Mariah, creator of Out of my Mouth, and Thallen, creator of Etichat.

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Five Reasons to Celebrate Mom

For All the Moms and People Who Love Them

5 reasons to celebrate moms

Being a mom is one of the most difficult jobs out there, and it’s a job that NEVER stops. No matter how old you are, you know you can always depend on mom. Whether it’s a biological mom, stepmom, grand-mom, or mother figure, this applies to the mother in your life. In honor of mother’s day, and because it’s often times a thankless job, my sis and I are giving five reasons to celebrate moms.

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Feature Friday: Women’s Health Blogger Nurse Karin

Karin, Creator of Women’s Health Blog ‘Nurse Karin’

We’re rounding out the month of March, but continuing the celebration of Women’s History Month, today’s Feature Friday is Nurse Karin. She’s incredibly knowledgeable in the area of women’s health, and she also happens to be a stylista, mommy, and blogger.  I thought a chat with her would be the perfect ending to Women’s History Month, and I hope you think so too.

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