WMZQ Fest Fashion with Chanel Omari!

It was so great having lifestyle expert and fashion guru Chanel Omari live in studio with me to talk all things COUNTRY CONCERT FASHION! Watch the facebook live video for her great tips! Basically when you feel comfortable and confident...that's when you look your sexiest :) So own those t shirts and boyfriend jeans and rock them! 

 

Also from Chanel:

Reviled Clothing, one of my favorite designers behind this brand, Shaima Eshmawy, an Egyptian-American designer is dressing the celebs with all her latest trends including me ... the pants suit, high waisted light cotton fabric with chiffon neck tie tanks are the way to go for 2017 You can shop her stuff on a budget at www.revilednyc.com

Snkrflea.com is the pop up culture shop in soho New York where you can get exclusive sneakers to make your outfit pop. Sneakers never go out of style, especially the yeezys whether you're country, pop, mainstream or top 40 you will always look fly with an oversized t shirt dress, bomber jacket and some yeezys or pair of high top sneakers or low top adidas to make your outfit and add a fitted baseball cap look to it and you can find it on snkrflea.com worldwide to get the Beyoncé and Rihanna look for concerts

Also I forgot to add ... that this season is more about big hair and makeup and less clothing or less about the clothes (that's why the tshirt look or sneaker look is so big because the hair and makeup make the whole outfit) there's an amazing hair and makeup app called manestreemapp that has stylists all over the country (in each major city; whether you're in Washington DC, NYC, Philly etc) that come to your door step and get you hair and makeup ready (any look you want, celebrity style) in a matter of minutes. Lots of celebs are using their app and focusing on the big hair, smokey eye makeup look, red lip and dressing up clothes with accessories. 

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