See You Later Alligator. After While Crocodile.

by Jamila Pierre

Yet another custom piece from Eric Walcott.

The idea behind this piece was to add punch to a 1950's classic.

This dress has the classic silhouette that we all know and love, but it's done in this funky crocodile/alligator print. The dark parts of the print are a black shiny "wet-look" material and I fell head over heels the moment I laid eyes on it. 

At first I intended to have this material as the top portion of this dress and a solid on the bottom....tre tacky....and not in a good way. I don't know what I was thinking...

Then I told her to just make the entire dress in this material, and boy am I entirely too happy with the result!


I spent an entire day in her home while she finished off my custom pieces, because Erica Walcott believes in perfection, and she wasn't letting me leave until I got exactly what I asked for, not to mention that she made my epic jacket in less than two hours...she wasn't playing games.

Once it was all done, I put it on for the final time at her home, and can I just say SWOON!

But can you say pockets?!

But can you say pockets?!


What I'm Wearing:

  1. Sunnies from SoHo. $5
  2. Necklace from Burlington Coat Factory. $7
  3. Bracelet from Fashion To Figure, $12
  4. Tank from Old Navy. $7
  5. Dress custom made by designer Erica Walcott of Erica Walcott NY. (Values at $120)
  6. Shoes from $24.80


by Jamila Pierre

Erica Walcott does it again!

All I've wanted for some time was a retro pleated and flared skirt in a bright color. This ladies and gentlemen, is a dream realized. 

One of my  favorite colors of all time is none other than fuchsia. This color is seen in sprinkles on both my blog and photography website because it embodies femininity without being prissy. I like prissy sometimes, don't get me wrong, but there's something very "woman" about this pink while still being fun, youthful, and girly, and I prefer that.

The cut of this skirt is perfect for those who want to accentuate their feminine figure while hiding the parts that they aren't the most keen on. In this skirt I can be a demure damsel, and  eat like a truck driver while hiding the evidence all at the same time. 

This = awesome!


What better way to bring out the pink in this skirt, than to pair it with an obnoxiously bright neon lemon color? I find that pink has undoubtedly become a neutral...if you ask me.

I paired it with one of my most recent purchases showcased in my last YouTube video. 

This cardigan WILL be worn in excess from here on out.

Let us also take a moment to appreciate that the skirt has pocket!

This is perfect for a modern girl on the move who has no time for a purse, this skirt WILL also be worn in excess, with a multitude of tops. 

Fuchsia is the new black BISH!


What I'm Wearing:

  1. Necklace from AFAZE. $ 3 for $10
  2. Cardigan from Target. $11.98
  3. Cami from Old Navy. $7
  4. Skirt custom made by designer Erica Walcott NY.  (valued at $100)
  5. Kitten Heels from NineWest. $29.99
  6. Bracelet from a street fair. $2