STYLE BLOGGER & FASHION STYLIST
“I think there is beauty in everything. What ‘normal’ people would perceive as ugly, I can usually see something of beauty in it.”
— Alexander McQueen
I used to hate looking at myself. My body. My face. My smile, I always hid. I am so grateful that God has allowed me to see the beauty in what He created, LaQuisha Hall, the blogger behind Corner Curl Girl. Now, He has me teaching other women and girls the same. I believe in beauty in imperfection; surpassing the standards of society even if they don’t agree. Look at yourself and admire what God made. He said that EVERYTHING He made was good… you were created in His image.
Jewelry: Francescas. Dress + Sunnies: Lavish Boutique.
Shoes + Purse: ShoeDazzle. Hair: Zarah Charm.
Corner Curl Girl
I would so hate to be perfect. Little flaws make us human l think and unique. I love the handbag and shoes and the whole outfit looks great on you.
You look amazing! This blue dress and blue heels are stunning!
We all go through stages of not liking ourselves and I’m so glad that you’ve moved past that. You are beautiful, and like I tell my nieces “God don’t make no junk!”
Lol, keep being an inspiration 💚
This color looks great on you. Love the look!
It took maturity and life experience for me to embrace my imperfections. I’m glad I did, because I’m my favorite person in the world.
I love a monochromatic ensemble! That powder blue is adorable on you!
You are ROCiiNG that baby bus. Our received flaws are what sets up apart from there. I’ve learned to embrace the.
Imperfection is one thing we all have in common. Everyone has things we fall short on, or don’t fit the societal standard on. We just have to embrace it.
I love love your look and the colours!
The shoes are classic and can be worn for years to come. The entire ensemble is give me a “Dorothy Dandridge” vibe.
Gorgeous dress! Your hair is phenomenal as well!!
Looking sweet in that baby blue sis! Love how you matched everything to a T!
Beautiful outfit! Embracing what I think are imperfections has been difficult, but eventually I saw a great many of those imperfections were assets.