What To Do at Essence Festival 2016

It’s that time of the year again! Essence Festival weekend is upon us and plenty of you brown beauties will be heading down to New Orleans for a fun-filled weekend of cajun food, NOLA street style snaps, good music and celebrity sightings. ...more

LBS Chic: 3 Summer Trends I Love

Summer came at us fast. It seems like just yesterday we were spring cleaning, and suddenly it’s time to break out the jean cutoffs and tanks! Well in anticipation for the drastic change, I partnered up with TheOutfit and JCPenney to offer you guys tips on rocking three summer trends that can seamlessly usher your wardrobe from spring to summer ....more

LBS Kickin’ It: Curl Fest 2016

This weekend, while Christina was at the LA installment of the #BrownGirlSLoveBrunch, I had the pleasure of attending the annual celebration of confidence, style, and self acceptance that is Curl Fest. Founded by Curly Girl Collective, Curl Fest is an amazing opportunity for the women of the natural hair community to connect with brands, local businesses, and each other at an amazingly over the top picnic in Brooklyn’s Prospect Park. Missed out? ...more

LBS Opinion: Why I Support Black Girl Magic and #MobilizingColor

In the face of a world that is quick to co-opt our style why shouldn’t women of color say to themselves and one another “I appreciate you”? Once referred to by Zora Neale Hurston as “the mule of the world” the expectation of the black woman to be perpetually courageous, solid and strong can be infuriating. But the celebration of the strength, stability, courageousness, and beauty of black women should inspire and not offend ....more

You’re Invited: BrownGirlsLoveBrunch LA

Brown Girls are taking over the world! From the Miss USA stage to the CDFA awards they’re speaking up, speaking out, and celebrating themselves and one another. Christina created the #BrownGirlsLoveBrunch tour to give brown girls a chance to connect with and learn from one another in a social setting ....more

On The Market: I Don’t Do Clubs Black Owned Retail Month

I Don’t Do Clubs is working with a variety of retailers to provide you with affordable and accessible ways to support black owned businesses this June. We’re all about supporting black business at LoveBrownSugar so we had to round up some of our favorite selections for you to check out below! ...more

The Ultimate 2016 Swimwear Guide for Plus Sizes

While the task of swimsuit shopping can be daunting for curvier women today it’s easier than it’s ever been. Retailers like Lane Bryant, Rue 21, and ASOS have discovered that women like style with their support and are serving up swimsuits that are both flattering and on trend for this summer season. We’ve rounded up some of our favorite ...more

LBS Concert Travel Guide: 10 Must-Pack Items You Probably Forgot to Grab

Concert season is easily the most exciting time for music lovers (which is essentially everyone). It’s the perfect opportunity to road trip with friends and see all of your favorite artists in one place. Surely, it’s the atmosphere, the concertgoers...more

Tune In To See Me on The Today Show!

Hey guys! I’m really excited to share with you all that I’ll be featured on the TODAY Show this morning. As you might recall, I was part of StyleWatch Magazine’s May 2015 issue in a spread about swimsuits for every size ....more

LBS Reads: Phylencia Taylor’s Evolving Beauty

From the buying power of the natural hair movement to the rise of homegrown entrepreneurs and digital influencers everyone’s been buzzing about the business of beauty. Recently long time beauty executive Phylencia “PT” Taylor has added her expertise to the mix with the release of her debut book “Evolving Beauty-The Business of Beauty in A New Age”. Featuring a foreword by Carol’s Daughter founder Lisa Price this book provides readers with the tools to navigate a landscape that has undergone a tremendous transformation ....more
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