Tag Archive: Children

My Interview for CBS “Virginia This Morning” on Kids Fall Fashion

I was invited last month to come back onto the CBS “Virginia This Morning” show to do segment on kids back-to-school fashion. The interview was originally scheduled to be done last week before school… Continue reading

Black Friday Sale Alert: “Wal-Mart”

I told yall a few weeks ago that I would keep you up to date on all the Black Friday sales. Well here’s the one everyone has been waiting for, the Wal-Mart ad.… Continue reading

“The Rocawear, Christian Louboutin and Eiffel Tower Barbie Dolls”

Ok I have a confession to make. I may be a woman of a “certain age” but I have an obsession with Barbie Dolls. Well I haven’t actually started a full collection yet… Continue reading

The B-Styles Kid of the Day: “Qua’edyn Imani Goins”

As a parent I have a weak spot for cute little kiddies and today’s honor goes to a little princess I’ve been watching for a while, Qua’edyn Goins.  I’m facebook friends with &… Continue reading

Back-To-School Shopping Tips & Basics for 2010

Even though we’re still in the midst of summer fun it’s also time for parents to start thinking about Back-to-School items for the kiddies. I myself started even before school ended to get the… Continue reading

2nd Sa’Vor Model Call (for all sizes, males, females & kids) in Richmond, Virginia on August 8, 2010

Sa’vor Enterprises LLC will be hosting a model call for their fashion show entitled “Sweet Angels Fashion Show, A Tribute to Michael Jackson and Aaliyah” coming out on September 12, 2010. This show… Continue reading

Introducing Kid Chef “Darian Davis”

I’m sitting here watching last Friday’s Wendy Williams show on my DVR and I am absolutely smitten with this kid chef. His name is Darian Davis of Dallas, TX and he’s only 12-years… Continue reading

Back-To-School Savings for Kids at Macy’s


Fashionable Children’s Clothing & Accessories

There’s an old saying that goes, “A child should be seen and not heard”. I fully support that. There’s nothing better than a well behaved, mannerable child. But that child should also be well… Continue reading