“Being a Mommy doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice your own personal style. Wear pumps, and little black dresses to the supermarket with your 3 kids”- RT
We love fashionable mommies! In fact, we’ve covered the amazing fashion of our fav posh mommy Victoria Beckham. Today we are overjoyed to congratulate her on baby # 4!! Lets hear what our editor, has to say about Maternity/ Fashion when you’re a mommy of multiples.
Like Victoria, our very own Briana Iwuji, is a bussines savvy mom, and soon to be mother of three.
RT: What’s the secret to getting the Victoria Beckham style?
BI: I think its all about confidence, and of course adding professional pieces to your wardrobe.
RT: Do you have style advice for moms or soon to be moms?
BI: One thing I’m not going to advocate is for moms to wear baggy or “comfy” clothes once they make the plunge into motherhood.
I think as moms, we sacrifice alot for others. The key to maintining that Beckham style after your little ones are born is to just stay true to yourself. Follow fashion trends and blogs, but that does not mean that you have to follow them. Adjust trends to meet your personal style and everyday life.
RT: What happens to mom’s fashion when there’s multiples involved?
BI: Its just a factor of time really. The best advice I can give is for mom to learn how to plan and manage her time wisely. Dressing up is supposed to be fun in every stage of a woman’s life.
And Then There Was the Girl With Two First- Names:
Chanel Iman, Spotlighted
Her skin, soft and delicate the color of grandma’s pumpkin pie. Her nose and mouth , are that of an ethnic beauty. Long hair dark as night, trails down her back as she prances down the runway.
In a way she’s a mere 2-years-old. The exotic bombshell, Chanel Iman, pranced her extravagantly luxurious lower limbs in the Fall 2006 Fashion Week, down the runways of Dolce & Gabbana, Issey Miyake, Marc Jacobs, Valentino, Dsquared, Hermès, Michael Kors, Oscar de la Renta–just to name a few. Born to a half-Korean mother, and an African American father, Chanel Iman, is a bit of old news to the Rag Trade Industry–as we felt it only necessary to spotlight her, as she exemplifies everything that is fierce.
This Culver City diva has been already compared to the African-American heavyweights of the industry by being compared to Tyra Banks, Naomi Campbell and Beverly Johnson.
With both of her size 9 stillettos placed firmly on the grounds of the industries’ most elite designers, this runway cougar, has a lot of integrity and greatness in her near future.
It’s A Bloggy- Blog World Out There: Celebrity Scandalmonger, Perez Hilton, Attempts to Extend Brand
He is the absolute ideal of celebrity slam, bam, thank you-not. Perez Hilton is the self-proclaimed ne plus ultra of gossip, smut and celebrity tittle-tattle. Dubbed the “Queen-of All Media”, Hilton was born Mario Armando Lavandeira Jr.–theres no way we could have made that up has ventuered into the scheme of branding himself as more than just the blog of all blogs by releasing a fashion line earlier this month with clothing retailer Hot Topic.
Based on the idealism that fans buy celebrity clothing lines, for one reason and one reason only–pure insanity. The clothing line, although still as fresh as daisies has manifested itself as yet another unsuccessful celebrity’s– of course using that word losely, farcicle attempt at extending their branding efforts.
With the ideal that the blogging orbit, has proven to be much of a intricate piece to the fabric our post-modern society, perezhilton.com has challenged unconventional notions of our generation-X pop cultured society, by placing such heavy importance on the contention that blogs should be socially and morally conscience in eduationing others, by challenging us to think critically about social issues.
Known for “outing” Lance Bass, of NSYNC and being the subject of Fergie’s song Pedestal, Perezhilton.com, challenges the blog-culture. It seems as if perezhilton.com, has launched a quasi- revolution in of itself, by dishing the dirt about everyone’s favorite celebrities.
So Kudos Perez, by and large, for the your wondrous contribution to the blog culture.