Tuesday, December 17, 2013

Truth or Rar3?

Meet Jasmine and Deng, creators and designers of a fresh, eclectic clothing line called Rar3 Designs.  This line is all about making their clients feel confident and well, “Rar3,” when dressing in their apparel.  Rar3 is for those who are dreamers of the world with a keen eye for fashion. It is for individuals who are exceptionally uncommon. Say hello to  Jasmine, who is one half of Rar3 Designs. Her personal style is tomboy meets girly. “During the day, I love jerseys from baseball to hockey.  It doesn’t matter the sport.  But, by night you can catch me in a cocktail dress and heels.”

(Left: Deng, Right: Jasmine)

Free Fab'rik!!

Hello dolls! It's been too long. Last night, Kwaw and I went to this Fab'rik event filled with food, fun, and most importantly, fashion.  If you are a frequent Fab'rik shopper, it's imperative that you know of the admirable things they are doing.  The event took place at Fab'rik's flagship store in Midtown, Atlanta.  This location is now known as the Free Fab'rik Community Boutique.  So ladies, if you are in the Atlanta area, get ready to clean out your closet because you can now donate your clothes to any Fab'rik location! Your donations will be placed in the Free Fab'rik location for purchase and what's even better, is these gently worn clothes and accessories start as low as $2 and nothing is priced over $20! All of the profits made from Free Fab'rik go back to their organization, whose mission is to restore dignity, confidence, and hope to young ladies who have lost theirs by helping them discover God's will for their lives through mentorship, job opportunities, and free shopping sprees.  So when you do decide to donate, they are accepting gently worn dresses, jeans, tops, jewelry, and accessories. After sipping on some wine and a little shopping, Rachel and I left with a few finds.