Green Means I’m Growing!

I read somewhere that the color green means, “growth or the renewal of life,” so I guess yesterday’s ensemble was appropriately put together!

Life is growing and changing in so many positive ways. My friends can tell you, these last six months have been very trying for me. I was thrown some personal and professional obstacles that I have to overcome. While each has been a learning experience, I will say that I accepted the challenges and am working my way out of both.

 

So, in a “green” state of mind, I can tell you I’m growing! I am working on a few projects and if you’re in Nashville I would love for you to support one of my endeavors. Fashionology 2010 is a local fashion show, highlighting local designers as well as raising money and non-perishable items for Hands on Nashville and school supplies for the LP PENCIL Box. S.E.V.E.N. Promotions, the group responsible for Fashionology, will also be presenting the Seven Ways Scholarship from proceeds to a deserving high school student.

 

The event takes place on Thursday, May 20, at the Cannery Ballroom. Admittance is $20.

Also, on Sunday, I will be styling a fashion shoot for a local photographer and modeling group and I have a phone interview for a Public Relations agency tomorrow! So as you can see, green and growth are making their way into my life – and it’s a good thing!!

Today’s outfit:

 

Green Banana Republic Sweater – Thrift Smart

Black Cami – Forever 21

Black and White Linen skirt – K&G Factory Outlet 

Yes, I got my Michelle Obama on! By the way, the skirt was only $5 on sale! 🙂

~Stay Haute~

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