Thursday, October 30, 2008

Blaque Holiday

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Hey ladies,

Word on the streets is that blaque is so IT for this weekend! And since its Hallelujah/ween weekend, its more than appropriate to throw your favorite headdress in the mix: a la feathers! I’m all about the “flapper look” if you feel me! All blaque, sleek corset dress with elbow-length black leather gloves and a featheresque headdress! If you’re smelling your roses a little bit add thigh-high boots and a lace hand fan, old-fashioned style.

If you’re not hitting up the closest costume party, make sure to show your face at the fashion show of the year:

“The Jungle”
501 E. 170th Street
South Holland, IL.

Yeah, I know it’s in the burbs, but allow this to kick off the start of a great evening! It’s a classy event, featuring styles by a local artist looking to carve her spot in the fashion world. Support our young, black entrepreneurs. Doors open at 7pm on Saturday night.

Also, if you’re looking to get a little silly try “bar crawling” on for size…for those that are new to the game: bar crawling = bar hopping to all the bars on the street and usually all of them have specials. Get with it or get lost! Oh, and to all my single ladies, “If he like it then he SHOULD put a ring on it”


P.S. Don't forget to set your clocks back Saturday night to get that extra hour of beauty rest.

Thursday, October 23, 2008

Kabuki Queen

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Right about now your asking…”Kabuki? And that is what?”

Kabuki is a form of traditional Japanese theater known for the stylization of its drama and for the elaborate makeup worn by the performers. The word kabuki is believed to derive from the verb kabuku, meaning "to lean" or "to be out of the ordinary".


A stylish, one of a kind queen.

And with that, let this blog be the source you need, to be the Kabuki Queen that you are. Whether it’s vamping the drobe (wardrobe that is), outfit ideas for weekend shindigs, giving props to other Kabuki Queens, or keeping you in the know in the now, this is all you need to be the queen indeed.


The Original KQs

Janelle, Erica & Janolby

PS There is a nail laquer by OPI called “You’re Such a Kabuki Queen!” Get it!

And to get it rolling, we must give props to an one of the orginals KQ's, Miss Dorothy Dandridge

an original kab queen

Wednesday, October 22, 2008


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