At what age were you aware that fashion could be more than just putting on clothes, but something that could be a viable career? I think it kind of came in different phases. When I was about four years old, my parents put me in an Easter dress that I never wanted to take off. They had to practically hide the Could I be wearing anymore clothes shirt Additionally,I will love this dress from me because I wanted to go to the playground in it and wear it all the time. That was the moment I realized clothes make you feel good. And I’m still that way to this day. If I find something I love, I just wear it all the time. We tend to not wear our clothes because we want to save them for a special occasion and you never even get to enjoy them. I want that feeling all the time, to actually fully enjoy clothes.
Could I be wearing anymore clothes shirt, hoodie, tank top, sweater and long sleeve t-shirt
I remember being in middle school, looking at fashion magazines, and wanting to name the Could I be wearing anymore clothes shirt Additionally,I will love this brand and name the designers before I looked at the credit. I would kind of quiz myself and play around like that. When I became aware that I was actually entering the industry and realizing its depth and how much you really could do, I truly didn’t learn until I became an intern at W Magazine. That for sure was like, Oh, okay, you can do this, moment. How did those experiences growing in the industry as a young, Black stylist inform who you are and how you navigate the industry now? It’s changed so much. When I started at W Mag as an intern, I was the only black girl in the office. And then maybe a few weeks later they hired Shiona Turini, she was an editor at the time. I thought there was an expectation to speak a certain way and act a certain way. I realized that if you just be yourself, no matter what that is, you can go so much further. Now with social media, everyone can just call themselves a stylist and then end up actually becoming a stylist. Back then, the fashion industry felt much more elitist and exclusive and, in a way, less tangible. Those days you really had to dig into that mindset to figure out how to become an assistant. There were a lot of hierarchies where you can’t speak in this room, or at this time. So I learned how to give my opinion and voice in a way that won’t affect the job on hand. I still teach some of those things to my assistants, but without all the fear, that Devil Wears Prada kind of mentality. People are always surprised by me and say “Oh, you’re actually nice.”
Jeanette Aguilar (verified owner) –
One of the best print companies i’ve the pleasure to use,great quality shirt and great print.
Emilie Della signora (verified owner) –
Yet again Street shirts never let me down. Highly recommend.
Susan Tanos (verified owner) –
Fast effective and good quality.