Sunday, July 20, 2014


So super stoked about this sexy shirt dress!
You all know how I love a great find, especially when it’s an item I’ve had my eye on for a while. (I told you I was a stalker) I noticed this dress every time I’d go into H&M for the last few months, but I would never get it.  Last week while making my weekly visit, I look in the corner and see racks of clothes with signs that say “take an additional 50% off”.  I start looking through the racks and see $7, $10, $15 red tags and I’m thinking, okay, I may be winning today. What I didn’t know is the ADDITIONAL 50% would be taken off of the red tags. Then the adrenaline really started pumping!! I started going through the racks like a mad! When I saw this dress with a $10 red tag, AND realized I was about to get it for $5, my excitement level went through the roof…I may have even done the tootsie roll!  I was able to grab a few items that I cant wait to show you later.

  Today I decided to style it as a “night out” sexy look and my leopard Steve Madden Flshback pumps were a perfect match. I love belting shirts and dresses so my wide faux leather tie belt completed the look. Again you can style this dress so many ways. A pair of wedges or flat sandals would also be a great look.

Shoes Here Belt Here Dress Here Clutch Here
   Alternate styling options for a more casual look

 Here and Here and Here and Here
Now go out and recreate this fabulous affordable look!!!

Thursday, July 17, 2014


Today I decided to do a TBT to my heel-less wedges. A few years ago when I first saw a pair of Giuseppe Zanotti heel-less wedges, I immediately started the search for a low-end inspired design. Finally, I found these at a boutique here in the Dallas area. Shortly after, I started to see heel-less wedges EVERY WHERE and I was quickly over the craze. They slowly but surely went to the back of the closet. Originally my plan was to wear this look with a pair of tan or brown wedges, but after rambling through my endless collection of shoes, I ran across these little neglected babies. I’ve only worn them maybe 2 times so I decided to pull them out and show a little TLC.

Oh how I love kimonos! I’m not very comfortable with showing my legs so for me the kimono is a perfect way to wear a pair of shorts and not feel like my legs are too exposed. (I'm still working on my Tina Turner legs y’allJ)

I’ve always liked to wear headbands with my short cut. Back in the day I would get questions like “Why do you wear headbands and your hair is short?” What I wanted to say was, “Step off and mind your [explicit] business!!” but, because I’m a lady, I'd smile and politely answer with “I think it’s the cutest little accessory.”
If you know me, you know there’s always something adorning my head. Either a fly pair of sun shades, a cute head band, or a sharp hat. Just like hats, headbands are the perfect way to accessorize for those days you don’t feel like putting much effort into your hair. If you have  long hair, you can wear one with a messy ponytail or bun, and for you short and sassy girls like myself, you can brush it back or down and wear it like I’ve done today. Remember, there’s no such thing as a bad hair day……so no excuses!
Kimono-Nasty Gal, Wedges-Kemistre Boutique, Shorts-thrift store, Crop-Image
Now go out and recreate this affordable look!!!!

Similar kimono HERE Similar crops HERE Similar headband HERE
Similar shorts HERE Shoes HERE / Alternate shoe options HERE & HERE 

Monday, July 14, 2014


 As we all know jumpsuits have been a hot commodity for a few seasons now. This one I have on came in several different colors but of course, the vibrant blue instantly sold me. Jumpsuits are a great way to maximize your wardrobe. For example, this jumpsuit can be worn as you see here with a pair of sexy heels for a night out or it can be paired with a cute pair of flats for a more casual look. Multiple looks can be created with a jumpsuit by throwing a chic fitted blazer over it or maybe a printed kimono. It just depends on the vibe you're feeling at the moment.
Hats are a big part of my accessories. There should never be a reason for bad hair days....opt for a good hat day instead! Accessorizing with a fly hat is such an easy way to spice up your look.



Romper from Image Clothing Store, Shoes from Burlington Coat Factory, Fedora and tote from Charming Charlie
Jumpsuit in black HERE  Shoes HERE Similar fedora HERE Similar tote bag HERE
Now go out and recreate this affordable look!!

Wednesday, June 25, 2014


I finally purchased these leopard print pony hair booties after stalking them for months. The wait was well worth it because I was able to get them for 50% off...WINNING!!  I knew when ever I wore them I would allow them to shine on their own.  So, I decided to pair them with pretty simple pieces, like this chic white vest along with some light washed destroyed denim jeans and a black tube top.

Tube top and accessories have been owned for a few years but a black tank would work with this look.


Tuesday, June 24, 2014



I would love to go through all the comments on Instagram and respond to every one individually for their kind words but since it’s almost impossible, I decide to use my blog instead to just say THANK YOU! I don’t think you truly understand how much I appreciate the love and all of the POSITIVE responses.  We all know social media can be a cruel cruel world.   To see the positive responses from everyone has this girl on cloud 9!!.  I started my styling business over 2 years ago and I’ve only been blogging a little over a month now. It has been a long hard journey but because I love what I do I kept pushing forward. Many days I wanted to give up and I still have those days.  What’s funny, is the other day I was thinking to myself “What am I doing?... Where is this going?” And then Bam! I’m featured on Fashion Bomb Daily, which allowed the majority of you to see what I love to do.  For me it was confirmation to keep moving forward.  I don’t have a wonderful team behind me like a lot of people.  I only have MY GOD, my dreams, my passion, my IPhone to take these picturesJ, my determination and  a few supportive friends.  After all of my worries, stressing and doubts I have come to realize that’s really all I need. 
So I say all of that to say, if you have a dream and you feel like it will never happen, please don’t’ give up. Keep believing and going after what you want.  It may take a while to get there but keep pushing and keep praying.  I’m not just talking to you; I’m also talking to myself. God put us here for a reason and we all have gifts and talents…ALL OF US!  So again, THANK YOU for checking out my blog and THANK YOU for following me on IG. I hope you continue enjoying what I do and I hope I continue to inspire you.

Keshia S. Armstrong

Keeping Style Affordable

Tuesday, June 17, 2014


Black and White with a pop of color!
What I love about the spring/summer season is walking in a store and seeing racks of clothes in beautiful, bold, vibrant colors...especially neon’s. I fell in love with this neon yellow button down shirt as soon as I saw it. I find button down shirts to be a very versatile garment. You can style them so many ways and they can be dressed up or down. They can be worn to work with a pair of slacks, worn like a cardigan over a camisole/tank top, and jazzed up with a pair of shorts or skirt by tying it at the waist, like I’ve done here. Honestly, I could go on and on describing the many looks you can create with one. You can even take your boyfriends/husbands button down shirt, belt it at the waist and wear it as a dress or as a tunic over a cute pair of skinny jeans/leggings. I plan on showing you the different options at a later time.
 I found the skirt at H&M a few months back.
See the link below for a similar style to get the look.

 And of course my look would  not be complete without a fresh pair of cat-eye sunnies!
(similar pair here) SUNGLASSES
Shoes from Zara Spring 2013