This is a comfortable yet chic outfit that I threw on to see my family in Brooklyn. I’ve only taken the subway twice in my life from Manhattan to Brooklyn. I literally took a uber to the subway to caught #3 to Flashbush, it was one of the hottest rides ever but I made it.
I packed so many clothes you would have thought I was staying in NYC for at least 2
months! I quickly threw together this “TwistOut On Fleek” T-Shirt on and my sassy Charlotte Russe skirt (old) and my go to Target Sam and Libby bow shoes. I felt comfortable enough to make moves on the subway.
I hope you liked my Manhattan to Brooklyn chic outfit. Remember curvy and plus size women are Top of the line, nothing less ALWAYS 2SNAPS to that!
I’m am so excited for all my friends that graduated class of 2016. I have been to at least 5 graduations in the past 2 weeks, finding outfits is hard! What to wear? What not to wear? Here are a couple of tips.
1. Heels: I will never wear heels again to any graduation celebration…too many people, long lines, no seats, to far of a walk let’s just say PACKED!
2. Location: This is very important, if it’s outside like the graduation that I went to today make sure you’re prepared. I dressed cool,had water and a fan.
3.Phone Service: Make sure you charge your phone the night before. If you don’t charge your phone, I guess no pictures for you.
4.Meet Up: If meeting up in a group have a set time and location to meet up or ride together. In large crowds everyone is on their phones, so phone service sometimes doesn’t work to find the spot.
5. Snacks: Graduations are long so always bring a snack or two because you never know. I stay with something in my clutch. LoL!
Being an alumni from San Francisco State, every year I come back to be one of the coordinators for our “Black Grad”. The Black/African graduation is a great time students celebrate each other. Here are my outfits from all the graduations.
Happy Graduation Season!!!