BLK Royalty Clothing
Have you ever had the feeling that you were meant for more? Ever dreamt of making a difference? Had a burning passion to inspire others and make a difference? Do you know deep down that God created you for a purpose but you’re not sure what it is? Me too! That is what inspired BLK Royalty. My hope is to empower Black women & men to embrace their beauty and power!
I’m Briana L. King, the B.L.K. in BLK Royalty. As a women of color I have fought the fight of societal pressure and stereotypes and have found my power when my name changed to King. I was inspired to rewrite the story I was told about what it means to be Black. My hope is that I can inspire others to embrace their unique gifts and be proud to share them with the world!
Adult Transition IEP Coach
Find Hope and Help With “Lost and Found” 🤗🤗🤗
I am my sister’s keeper. ♥️♥️♥️
But growing up, protecting her was a bit more difficult than the average sibling.
You see, my sister has an intellectual disability, and that made the typical adolescent challenges even trickier to navigate. I was plagued by questions. 😥
❓What would happen to my sister after high school?
❓How could I help to prepare her for a new stage of life?
❓What resources would she need to thrive in adulthood?
My Teenage Boutique
Restore For A Better You
Women’s rights and fashion: A history
“Clothes aren't going to change the world, the women who wear them will.' So said the inimitable fashion designer and empowered businesswoman Anne Klein. Indeed, the history of women’s rights is replete with women using fashion to not only empower themselves but also to spread awareness about women’s rights. Since the beginning of the era of women’s liberation, empowered females have used fashion to change the world.
So, exactly how has fashion changed women’s rights?
In this article we take a look at the intertwining histories of women’s fashion and women’s rights to see if women can wear fashion that changes the world.
E. Designs by Anrnita
My business began as a hobby in 2016, when I was trying to find something fun and relaxing to do during my 2 month summer break. After watching a few Tangie B videos on Youtube, I started beading