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Redefining your Personal Style

By LaShanda Millner-Murphy As an expert in the fashion industry, I feel one way to build a “perfect” wardrobe is to know the style that fits your personality. One tends to get an idea of what that style is when you notice similar silhouettes, patterns, colors, textures and fabrics that tells a story throughout your closet/drawers.…

Be S.M.A.R.T.

By Elizabeth Colen We are half way through the year and July is a great time to regroup and refocus on your goals. You Elizabeth Colen have half a year left, so let’s get ready and set SMART goals. S – Specific: Be specific with your goals.…

Pattern Play in the Bedroom

By Cheryl Luckett Pattern Play Recently I put the finishing touches on fun, colorful bedroom client project for a talented teen artist. There were quite a few comments on the color and pattern usage in the space so I thought I’d share my tips for successfully mixing color and pattern.…

Ask Lashawnda: Advice for Everyday People

By Lashawnda Becoats Lashawnda Becoats People ask me questions everyday. Sometimes it’s because I’m the editor of Pride magazine. Sometimes it’s because they know I’m a certified life coach. Sometimes people follow my fabulous adventures on social media. I love helping people so I decided to create an advice column based on the questions I get.…

Let Your Complexion Be Your Color Guide

By Dwayne Collins Many people find themselves asking the question, “what colors are in this season?” The proper question to ask is, ”what colors compliment my skin complexion? ” Keep in mind ”what colors are hot this season ” come and go, but your Dwayne Collins wears a lime green shirt to highlight how it compliments his skin tone.…

Golf Event Brings Awareness to Domestic Violence

By Iris Hunter Domestic violence has become more and more prevalent throughout various communities and millions of lives have been forever changed due to this devastating epidemic. Iris Hunter William Wilson, CEO of William Wilson Clothing, took a stand against domestic violence by starting The William Wilson Foundation, a charitable organization that assists victims and/or their children of domestic violence.…