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#WheelchairFashion: Orange is NOT the new Black + New Hairstyle

Hi beauties, 

Today's wheelchair fashion post is all about comfort and a pop of color. 
You've heard the phrase "orange is the new black", but I am here to say, can we please leave orange alone to be JUST orange? Lol.. 

Why would anyone want such a pretty color to be black? Ah! Don't get me wrong, I love black as you can clearly see in this OOTD, but without orange in my outfit combination, I'm sure we'll all agree that this could have been a pretty boring outfit. 

Normally when I do wheelchair fashion posts, I try to give tips to my fashionistas who use wheelchairs, but today, I don't really have much tip except that you should be YOU and stay fierce! 

High heeled wedges are still my go to when I want to look a bit more dressed up. And for a curvy girl like me, you all know a belt is literally BAE! 

I accessorized minimally, because this new hairstyle is ALREADY DOING TOO MUCH! Do you like though?

I'm loving this gorgeous earrings from Scintillate. I'll have a separate review all about this jewelry company soon, but if you're interested in checking them out right now, use coupon code: NEWCUSTOMER10 to take some $$$ off your purchase.

If you're following me on Instagram and snapchat, you'll know that I'm currently in love with my new hairstyle. This is crotchet braids y'all. I should have a show and tell video all about this hair on my YouTube channel soon.

And that's it for now .. 
Thanks for visiting. 
Till Later, God Bless. 


  1. Wow omg, i am so inspired by this. I am also a handicapable black woman and i use a cane. I may have to get a wheelchair and i was scared but now i am not thankyou you look gorrrrrgeouuussss!!!


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