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Toya Styles, a professional Stylist and Marketing Coach, has revealed her simple and easy solutions to looking your best with little time in her new book “The Stylish Mom”. The book is not just a style how-to but offers her practical Personal Stylist secrets that has helped her many clients go from being single to a mom in style. The Stylish Mom is now available for pre-order now on amazon.com.
The Stylish Mom is a guide for busy and expectant mothers who have no clue what to wear before, during and after pregnancy. Styles includes practical steps to achieving a personal style without the hours in front of the mirror. Based on Styles own first hand experiences as she dealt with the obstacles of being a busy mom, the book is packed with “style timing” tips for all occasions. Styles presents her concepts in this book are easy to follow and customize to your life and budget.
Toya Styles “matter-of fact” advice will make you laugh out loud at some of her epic fails and endear you with her encouraging words in each chapter. She turns many of her style mistakes into valuable learning moments that save you time and money.
To learn more about Toya Styles please visit www.ToyaStyles.com where you can sign-up for her newsletters to receive regular style updates!
In this episode, Sade Dennis, host of Sade Speaks, shares what every stylish business woman should know.
Dorris began to realize that what she was really interested in is how a person goes about recognizing their potential and how to apply their efforts. Motivated to empower people both personally and professionally led to making a big decision to pursuing the area of self-motivation and maximizing human potential.
In 2002, Dorris proved herself as a visionary when she left the corporate arena for the entrepreneurial journey. Dorris Burch the founder of Fab Factor and creator Fab Factor Academy. She is a woman of deep fabulous and feminine energy. Over the years she has helped women live the fabulous life they desire - without sacrifice. She's outspoken, extravagant, and larger than life.
Dorris' powerful ability to guide women to define your identity the way you want, no matter what other people say. Carving out your own path to success, creating an image that is stylish and powerful. Creating a fulfilling and successful life and business for yourself. She calls it “The Fab Factor” and she thinks every woman deserves it.
Until then, BE FABULOUS and as always,
Join us today on Women Lead Radio as Michelle Bergquist, your host of Women Who Lead, interviews Kailynn Bowling and Nikki Carlson, Co-Founders of ChicExecs.
Kailynn and Nikki will have a stylish conversation sharing their combined knowledge on getting your product noticed by major public relations firms. If you are selling a product you need to understand the various avenues of channel management. If you are a product-driven entrepreneur trying to get your product noticed, really noticed then join us for this fabulous show!
ChicExecs is a company born from bringing a successful product line to fruition and bringing that product line to hundreds of major retail and media outlets. Kailynn and Nikki both have backgrounds in PR, marketing and philanthropy. Kailynn and Nikki are Co-Founders/Co-Presidents of ChicBlvd Inc. which founded and owns three divisions–ChicBlvd Magazine, ChicExecs Brand Strategist Firm and Fashion Audio LLC.
As the CEO and Co-Founder of Connected Women of Influence, Michelle Bergquist is a passionate advocate for women in business. At Connected Women of Influence, we believe that more women need to lead in business and everything we do is center-focused on designing platforms, programs, connections and collaborative opportunities for b2b women to prosper, succeed and lead the way in business today!
COUNTRY MUSIC STAR TOBY KEITH’S ‘OK KID’S KORRAL’ FOR PEDIATRIC CANCER PATIENTS TO BENEFIT FROM 3RD ANNUAL SCHOONER FALL GOLF CLASSIC PRESENTED BY SWINGDISH APPAREL
The Schooner Fall Golf Classic to raise Funds for Country Music star Toby Keith’s OK Korral for pediatric cancer patients took place this past weekend at the Belmar Golf Club in Norman, OK.
Presented by Swingdish, The Schooner Golf Classic included 12 teams of collegiate women golfers who were invited from schools around the county to participate in the tournament and to visit the children at the OK Korral.
The Toby Keith Foundation has been helping children with cancer since 2006 and continues its services through partnerships with hospitals, caregivers, foundations and civic groups.
On Friday night, the ladies attended a Welcome Party at the private home of Toby and his wife Tricia, (who is the designer of the Swingdish apparel, along with daughters, Krystal and Shelley) with performances by “Supersonic Love Club,” karaoke and more. One senior athlete from each school was selected to walk in a runway fashion show to showcase the stylish designs from Swingdish.
I had the fun opportunity to sit down with Toby and his daughter, Krystal Keith, on Friday morning, September 18th to talk about the OK Kids Korral, the benefit golf tournament, and the new Swingdish women's golf apparel line.
We'll also be talking about healthy hydration tips for Fall, how to get your kids to eat healthy this Fall, home decor tips for this Fall season, teen driving safety, eyesight and its impact on learning success, and a new technology to help kids living with diabetes. Today's show is packed full of great guests!
Tune in on Mondays at 1 pm ET for practical advice for raising a happy, healthy family from MomRN and her guests!
Mimi Faust has been charming the audiences of VH-1’s highest ranking reality TV show Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta for four seasons. Mimi’s confidence, style and wit is what keeps the viewers coming back for more, as she tries to balance both motherhood and new business ventures. Mimi is currently dabbling in interior designing/ remodeling homes and has hopes of expanding her expertise into a stylish, yet affordable home goods line. In addition to Mimi’s current obligations she has ventured into the hair business with her new line, The Maya Collection, which features a variety of wigs and hair extensions. When Mimi’s not filming she is dedicated to being a loving and devoted mother to her daughter Eva, launching her first book and supporting causes close to her heart.
A quick click online yields this succinct definition of the word original: “Not dependent on other people’s ideas; inventive and unusual.” For those seeking the musical equivalent of that, you need look no further than Tiara Thomas. Thomas first vaulted into national consciousness in 2013 when she co-wrote, co-produced and appeared on Wale’s hit single “Bad.” Produced by Division 1 chief and Grammy Award-winning songwriter/producer Rico Love, the feel-good “One Night” relates a story about woman who knows exactly what she wants. As Thomas sings and raps emphatically against a throbbing beat, “… All girls ain’t after your money / All girls ain’t even looking for love / And sometimes good girls get lonely / They want something money can’t buy / Don’t want the rest of your life / Just one night.”
After writing hits for such artists as Patti LaBelle, Tom Jones, Chante Moore and Stephanie Mills, Carol Duboc began sharing her own musical heart in a more powerful and intimate way, launching her career as a contemporary jazz artist. Since the 2001 release of her critically-acclaimed debut, “With All That I Am,” the multi-talented vocalist, songwriter and producer has carved out a unique niche sharing deeply-felt original songs that are all at once beautifully stylish and lyrically direct and insightful. Former Los Angeles Times jazz critic Don Heckman captured the sultry singer’s magical essence perfectly when he wrote, “The keenly imaginative (Duboc) is one of the most interesting and dynamic jazz singers of her generation.”
“Colored Glasses,” Duboc’s latest full-length Gold Note Music recording, is the perfect follow-up to her revealing and very personal 2013 release, “Smile,” whose single “Elephant” rose to No. 2 on the Groove Jazz Music chart and No. 28 on the Billboard tally. While the songs on “Smile” were inspired by the steep challenges and wonderful joys of keeping a long-term relationship afloat, “Colored Glasses” expands the emotional landscape to encompass the aftermath of a difficult breakup, where the heart knows it must let go and move on, but is continually drawn back to the person it can’t stop loving. Written during an intense period of adjustment during which Duboc assumed the role of a single parent to her eight year-old daughter, the songs on the ten-track collection reflect on all the residual emotions inherent in such a transition. They’re about hopes and dreams fostered and dashed, lush fantasies tempered by sobering realities and moments of clarity amidst whirlwinds of doubt.
Staci Layne Wilson is known for writing and directing movies (Fetish Factory, Good Family Times), as well as authoring several books (Dark Lullaby, 50 Years of Ghost Movies). Darren Gordon Smith is a filmmaker (Repo! The Genetic Opera), wordsmith (Blurt: Curses & Verses, Seward’s Fall), and musician (The Livermores).
The two longtime friends and sometime collaborators (short film: The Night Plays Tricks, inspired by the music of Bob Dylan) have combined their talents to present a one-of-a-kind, amplifiers-to-11 anthology of short stories that’s as unsettling as it is hilarious.
Here’s some advance word on the book, Sex, Death, Rock N Roll:
“Fiery and fevered scribes Staci Layne Wilson and Darren Smith have delivered an anthology book devoted to rock n roll fuelled short stories which read as lyrical as the songs and music they pay tribute to. With an authentic and uncompromising dedication to musicians from decades past, Wilson and Smith deliver a highly energetic and equally nuanced set of stylish tales of obsession, cynicism, neurosis and rage – all driven by a street sensibility and catapulting from the varied voices of the angry outsider. Not to be missed!” – Lee Gambin, Author ‘We Can Be Who We Are: Movie Musicals From the 70s’
“This book shreds!” Lisa S. Johnson, Photographer/Author ‘108 Rock Star Guitars’
“Tales of the fantastic blended with the razor kiss of rock n roll.” – Tristan Risk, Burlesque Icon ‘Little Miss Risk’
“With back stories like these – Wilson’s dad is a rockstar (The Ventures), Smith is a musician (Repo! The Genetic Opera) - their stories have to be great. And they are!” Bobby Smith, Author ‘Bowie Bible’
Sex, Drug, Rock N Roll is now for sale in paperback and via Amazon Kindle.
Saxophonist Phil Denny returns following the three-time Billboard charting debut release "Crossover" with more tasty lyricism, sultry flow and stylish groove on the diverse and well-balanced sophomore release "Upswing." The 11-track offering infuses elements of R&B, urban vibe, uptempo pop and funk. "Upswing" will be available July 1, 2015!
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Carolyn Bendall is the editor of Your True Colours Magazine and fashion critic/image consultant. Each Monday morning she brings you entertainment, fashion, and engaging stories and people.
Katrina Highsmith is the Public Relations and Marketing Representative for PZI Jeans. PZI Jeans is designed to fit the woman with curves who struggle to find denim to fit her streamlined waist, fuller hips and curvy bottom. PZI Jeans provide real women with real curves the ability to enjoy their lifestyle by wearing stylish jeans with comfort. PZI JEANS’ mission is to provide trend conscious jeans designed to fit the hip and curves of sophisticated women with streamlined waists and fuller hips, thighs and derrieres.
Celebrity Designer & Stylist Perry Varner is the author of “The Perfect Pair”, a fictional narrative based in the 1980’s a hidden era of segregation that follows three decades of brown boys & girls as they dare to dream.
Varner socialized with tons of fashion insiders including; Supermodels Tyra Banks and Beverly Johnson, Model Tyson Beckford, Stylist June Ambrose, Lloyd Boston and Vogue Contributor Bethanne Hardison at some of New York’s most exclusive events like New York Fashion Week, Harlem Fashion Row and the Alexander McQueen Exhibit at New York’s famed Metropolitan Museum of Art. He discovered on this spiritual journey of self-discovery, that there is a beautifully complex relationship between People of Color & the American Fashion Industry, through the Eras of Black Style, to the consciously well-dressed leaders of the Civil Rights Movement, and the soulfully stylish inspiration of Soul Train & Ebony Fashion Fair Show, to the impactful role that fashion plays at HBCU’s, and countless unsung Black Designers & Models around the world experiencing their dream deferred with incomparable fashion.