Since I was a little girl, I have been into fashion. I remember my mother used to dress me up and take a bunch of pictures; she was also a fashion lover like me. When I became a mom at 22, I was told that I needed to start dressing as "a mom" but I did not accept that as the truth. When we become mothers, we go through so much, both physically and mentally, that we stop loving who we were before we were a mom and we usually lose ourselves because we start putting others first. What I realized is that when we become mothers we have to love ourselves and our bodies even more for everything we overcame and for everything that lies ahead. That's why back in 2013 I started a blog and a facebook group called Fashion Mommies to encourage women to dress however they like and to be true to themselves. In 2017, the day before Hurricane Maria hit my Island, I lost my mom. Life without her has been challenging, not gonna lie. In 2018 we decided to move to the DFW area and that Summer I started my instagram Blog. Little by little I have been working hard to create a community of 7k followers that have been so empowering and supporting. Now I am a proud Varsity Member of the Dallas Social Influencers and I am also connected in different types of Social Groups. As a latina, specifically as a Puertorrican living in DFW, life is very cool. I have been able to connect with so many people from so many different places and that has been an amazing experience. As a kid/teenager I was always the different one, always dressed with colorful outfits and new styles and some people didn’t understand that part of me so they would make fun of me. Through all that, I kept shining and being happy in my own skin. By the way, being happy in your own skin is a day by day kind of thing; it takes a lot of work but it's so worth it. To all my different fashion girls out there; keep shining, believe in yourself and put yourself first always! Love you!
This website is dedicated to my mom who died at age 45 due to Breast Cancer, she was my best friend and my most important fashion advisor, she taught me how to contour when it wasn't even a thing. She was amazing and I am the woman I am today thanks to her and my father. Thank You Mom I hope heaven have wi-fi.