Girls Perspective recently caught up with Khalia Ismain the founder of Jamii the online community striving to help black businesses. Prior to you starting Jamii, what was the biggest issue you found when it came to people buying and supporting black owned business? For me I think it was not knowing how to find them. Everyone knows some, but I don’t live in an area … Continue reading Building Communities With Jamii
For many by now you are familiar with the amount of devastation that has taken place in London recently. There was the terror attack on London Bridge and Borough market, the tragic fire at Grenfell Tower, which took so many innocent lives who are still being identified and the attack on the Muslim community by the driver who plowed down worshippers as they left the … Continue reading Can We Please Take A Moment Of Silence
Girls Perspective recently chatted with Shannon Fitzsimmons blogger and founder of UK Curly Girl, we talked about all things hair, including her book Get My Curls Back, embracing your curls and her plans for the future. Has hair always been a conversation topic for you? Yes, hair has always been a conversation for me since a young child! I didn’t grow up in the … Continue reading For The Love Of Curls
Happy Sunday dolls! Hope everyone is enjoying the weather- I caught a small tan yesterday I’m well chuffed! Anyway, have you booked your holiday yet?? I’m on the verge of booking my own and I’ve been on a serious hunt for some hot bikinis and swimsuits. I don’t know about you guys but the regular boring swimwears are just not for me- give me something … Continue reading Swimwear by Style by Nicole
Girls Perspective recently caught up with Kemi Ogunsanwo founder of stationary and lifestyle brand Gazelle London. She discusses her inspiration for starting the brand, where the name originated from and the highlights of her journey so far. When did the idea for Gazelle London come about? The idea for Gazelle London came about from the grace of God. Around 2014/2015 I did some travelling … Continue reading The Colourful Inspiration behind Gazelle London
So as always life gets busy especially when you’re juggling some many things at once! But I’ve had to make the conscious decision to take a break for my own sanity. Yes I Sherisha took a break(sarcasm) I don’t no why but I felt like I was doing something wrong if I wasn’t constantly working on my businesses, as if in some strange way I … Continue reading Self Care Everyday
This week Girls Perspective caught up with Elsina Mensah the founder of the vibrant fashion brand Crazy Haute. She told us about her inspiration behind the brand, as well as how she juggles motherhood and what advice she would give to her daughters and anybody about starting their own business. Have you always been interested in fashion? Yes I have. I love fashion, in fact … Continue reading An Ordinary Girl Living That Crazy Haute Life!
Happy Sunday Dolls! It’s been a while but I’m back giving you fortnightly trends and style guides! Hope you’ve all been enjoying the lovely weather although it has been a bit up and down, however it doesn’t mean it has to stop up from prepping for our festival looks! Here are three festival outfits which I’ve put together to help inspire you if you’re struggling … Continue reading Style With Nicole- Festival Season
To be a woman is an amazing thing. Your place in society cannot even be measured by any concept of value. The love, comfort, support and contributions you provide for those around you & society at large, words alone are not enough to express the gratitude for all you do. You take on the pain of those in the world who have not dealt with … Continue reading Dear(insert your name). . .
We recently caught up with Catherine Ann Smiles the founder of ThickGirlFitGirl and spoke to her about her journey of weight loss, to the woman she is now and the whole ThickGirlFitGirl movement. When did you decide to change your lifestyle and get healthier? I would say it started all the way back in 2002, I left college and decided to take a gap year. … Continue reading Thick Girl Fit Girl Breaking The Stereotypes