black-girls

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COAT: Forever21 TOP: Forever21 SKIRT: Target TIGHTS: H&M SHOES: Payless

Sorry I haven’t been posting. I’ve been working a lot, trying to save up money 😓. There hasn’t been time to do pictures…or really anything. Not to mention, my parents still haven’t sent me my old clothes yet so I’m pretty limited on what I can make do with. I rather just wait to post good things than to post a bunch of mediocre things (but I suppose there will be a lot of casual outfits until my clothes come). I’ve sketched up lots of coords! This outfit isn’t the kind of thing I’d preferably post on here but it’s still pretty cute! It was really windy and chilly out actually. 

Here’s welcoming September with open arms!
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THE X FACTOR 2015 AUDITIONS -JENNIFER PHILLIPS


BOOST THIS SHE KILLED IT !


UNNU MEK SURE YOU RATE HAR LIKE UNNU DID RATE TESSANNA CHIN !


FOR THE GRACE OF GOD PLEASE BOOST THIS SHIT ESPECIALLY SINCE THE JUDGES PUT HER IN A FUCKING BRACKET AND SHE STILL MERKED THAT SHIT .

I feel like we should start cherishing the health of little Black girls hair over the length. “Look at how long her hair is!” I can not stress how badly that got to me as a child. I was a little Black girl who didn’t have hair growing to her shoulders. I wished hard for long hair because I felt that was much prettier than my short hair that only reached my neck.

All I’m saying is, praise your little Black baby girls regardless of hair length. “Look at how beautiful your hair is!” passes over so much better. Seeing that baby girl smile over that is so much better than her frowning when she compares her hair length to another baby girl whose hair is longer.