About The Fashionista
It had been six weeks since the birth of her little fashionista in training, and she was ready to leave the house in full diva mode, especially after suffering from a painful pelvic condition that rendered her, at times, incapable of moving without experiencing excruciating pain. So, for nine months, she had to give up some things, including her Michael Kors clogs, Joystick jacket, and a pair of special edition Great Wall of China 7 jeans. She won’t reveal the story behind the jeans, nor will she tell you the small fortune spent to obtain them, all because she didn’t want to see herself coming. After all, she needed a rare pair of 7’s to ensure she wouldn’t see fifty other people in them, right? Oh, yes, they are a really cute pair of jeans! For her first real day out, she decided to meet a stylish, tall and stunningly beautiful friend, Erin, for lunch. She got her little prima donna dressed; she put on a cute outfit, dusted off a pair of high-heeled Kenneth Cole shoes, and rushed out the door. To make a long story short, by the second half of the day, her feet were hurting so bad and her toes had developed painful blisters the size of quarters. This seemingly small event set off a series of mishaps that had her on the verge of committing to a life of scarves, sweats, and sneakers. But, just as she was delving into a point of no return, a light appeared in the midst of the darkness, her little girl, Mademoiselle or Lady O. Now, what kind of example would she be setting for her if she gave in? And, why should she have to compromise her sense of style just because she wears the title, mom?
Your sense of style doesn’t have to be left on the labor room floor!
I am The Fashionista, and welcome to my blog.
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