24 October 2013

Brown Plaid

Hey lovelies,
                   How are you all doing today? I can't believe the year is almost running to an end. It feels like just yesterday we were celebrating Christmas and then a new year and in less than two months it will be December again. Wooow!!!!.  My outfit today is dedicated to all the working class ladies. I have been having requests and questions on how to dress fashionably to work without going over the top, so here you go. First of, you can NEVER go wrong with a white shirt, so you need to have at least on white shirt in your closet #MUST. Then you need a pencil skirt plain or print it doesn't matter, go with what works for you. In this case I have on a brown Plaid skirt gotten for me by my mom. ( if you knew me in Cameroon then you must have seen this skirt a million times, it's soo old, had it since about 2009, funny how it till looks fashionable). Very simple jewelries , you don't want to look like you are going to the club or a party so a simple necklace, earring, bracelet and watch is the best way to accessorize, and of course some killer heels. Now you don't want to really be wearing 5" (five inches) or higher heels to work, it just looks too much. But if you can handle wearing it for 8 hours or more, then go right ahead. Finally it's fall so you obviously want to keep yourself warm until you get to the office, so a simple well tailored trench / wool coat can do the job and add some class to your outfit. Hope you like this outfit. Let me know what you think or any question you have by leaving a comment. Just for the record everything I have on was gotten for me by my mom but for the shoes and jewelries. We never see eye-to-eye when it comes to shoes, Lmao.

DADDY BLACK Presents his first audio “AH NO BE SMALL BOY”

Mister Daddy Black as he often refers to himself is certainly no small boy; for the past 11 years, he has actively been working his way through the Cameroon music scene preparing himself, recording his music in the studios and making his vocals known. 
The Yaoundé based artist is now ready to unleash his baby in the form of his music and experiences to the wider public. “Ah No Be Small Boy” his second release which will feature in an 18 track album entitled “Hustler’s Philosophy” scheduled to be released in the Spring of next year is an RnB song subtly tinged with reggae and afro beats influences with lyrical content and creatively engineered instrumentals. 
The message passed in this real life inspired song is nothing far from real for it paints the picture of the struggle between love and materialism very vividly that you do not need to listen between the lines to understand that some women are only there when the going is good.