I had my encounter with Styleliner, not even 5 minutes from my job. I walked up and took a picture immediately. The truck was super cute and when you walked in, you weren’t quite sure what you were walking into but once I stepped all the way in. I was in clothing, shoe, and accessory heaven. Did anyone else go and check them out?
I was just curious about the prices. I understand they need to make a profit for gas, to survive, to make a sale, and whatever else but everything was SUPER expensive. I think the cheapest thing I saw was a bracelet for $50. They did have some extremely unique pieces but so out of the average persons budget, I’m just saying. But I think the idea is great of being able to see pieces we wouldn’t otherwise see.
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So a few friends and I made our way all the way to Puerto Rico. Let’s see, where to begin? So Puerto Rico is one of those places where you might need to go and sit at the beach everyday, it is beautiful. Now eating locally, not so great. I went to a Burger King and is was TERRIBLE and I love me some Burger King. Oh and also cabs are outrageously high so try to walk everywhere if you can which we ended up doing.
Well on to the fun we had, we asked everyone that worked at the hotel what were the fun clubs to go to and party and they did not let us down. We had so much fun at the club. It was in a nearby hotel.
I must rewind and tell you about our amazing hotel. We stayed at The Water Club. Everyone was extremely nice, whenever we walked through the front door, someone opened it for us. It was hands down one of the best hotels I ever stayed in ever. We also had an amazing rooftop where you could see the entire beach, breathtaking.
So onto some other things we did there, we went to Old San Juan which is gorgeous. So many colorful houses and many hills. It reminds me of San Francisco a little. We walked for about an hour then we got restless but it was beautiful. We went back to the hotel that night and decided to eat at the restaurant in the hotel called Zest. This restaurant was AMAZING! The service was great, the food was amazing, and to add the icing to the cake, the chef surprised us and brought out the desert for us as an appreciation. They created the entire presentation of the dessert right in front of us. It was amazing, they treated us very well.
That was a little blurb of my trip now enjoy this pictures::::
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Purple Pill Babies is proud to present our spring/summer 2012 LookBook-pt1 (as in more goodies coming soon!)
“Fruits Of My Labor”
Aesthetically this collection is inspired by health being the new wealth. All eye-ware in this collection is named & designed with much taste & style, very much unisex for women who seek style and class and men who can handle adding a little flavor to they’re look. The parallels of the title also represents how sweet it is to honor yourself as a healthy person first, all while being super busy and productive.
If we are not very careful in this industrial complex our mental, spiritual & social health begins to die and life is way too sweet to not live as long and fly as possible.
So with all that said…enjoy the array these 4 exotic shades will bring to the eye and wardrobe.
Purple Pills Babies is a clothing/accessory brand based out of Brooklyn, NYC. Purple Pill Babies takes very culturally rich elements and totally creates a hybrid of tradition and next level-ism. The CEO/Founder/Designer Tasiya Sealey created the term “Eclektic Afrikan-chic” to describe her sense of fashion, however trend is not a term that the company likes to be associated with as anything genuine/original is forever! Forever? ever?…Forever! Ever!
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