Flawless Fashion in Camo

If photos snapped on the street style scene are any indication, 2018 is all about making bold fashion statements. And that’s one thing I’ve noticed regarding camo. Fashion insiders are reaching for eye-grabbing pieces, such as loose-fit trousers or puffer jackets finished with a camo print, and making them the focal point of their looks….

Wrap N Sip Recap

On Sunday February 11th Blogging Blk Girl was invited to attend the fourth Philly exclusive, highly anticipated Wrap N Sip event.  With the guest list capping at 40, it was a full house of attendees all coming to learn different techniques to wrap their crown. Issa vibe 🥂 #WrapnSip pic.twitter.com/R0TVfkOEmK — Zaddee 😛 (@bigdaddeebilly) June…

BLEND: Mix & Mingle Recap

On December 10th Blogging Blk Girl attended Blend: Mix & Meet Networking hosted at a Fishtown hidden gem and event space, the MAAS Building. The event was planned, curated and moderated by the hostess with the mostest, Jasmine Anderson better known by her brand @SincerelyJsmn. This self-proclaimed “dot-connector” who enjoys bringing people together to help business make sense…

Breaking: SZA Philly CTRL Tour Postponed

Top Dawg Entertainment/RCA Records rising star, and epidemie of black girl magic, SZA, dropped her debut full-length album, Ctrl, almost 6 months ago. After debuting at #2 on the Billboard 200 SZA announced the headlining of her first tour. Since then, fans have been clamoring for a chance to get their edges snatched and see…

Hey Black Child, Welcome Home

I am African American. I was born into an afro-centric family that celebrates Kwanzaa and recognizes Black History Month as a time to be grateful of the courageous African Americans who fought so that one day I could find myself saying things like, “My president is Black.” Recently, I was privileged enough to return to…

Curly, Kinky and Free Manifesto (Freewrite) – By: Imani Briscoe

The following poem was written in response to the many personal negative hair related experiences within my PWI’s campus community. I never had to deal with people asking to touch my hair so fervently just to satisfy their curiosity until I started my undergraduate career at a PWI. Even after having discussions with my peers about the work…