I’ve tried on a couple of safe trends, but as of late my liking for large leopard prints on blazers or tops remains stong. My style lately are made of solid colors, black or navy blue skinny leg denim or pair of pants. A couple of basics to make mix and matching easier. Although I like retail therapy as much as the next girl, I barely shop for clothes when I am in Haiti.
My career path is nothing short of amazing. I’ve been on the job market since 17 back when I lived in Florida. My career developpement went beyond the safe walls of my High School and College Classes. But an alumni of Mckeel Academy of Technology, the school’s curriculum made it important to go the extra miles on everything specially on being literate in technology. They also gave us the opportunity to explore the careers in our interests by going foreshadowing businesses and interning during Senior Year.
May 2nd 2016 marks the first year since I’ve became a “Corportae Girl”. Styling my 8am-5pm office wear with neutral makeup to make life easier for me. My entry level is as a customer representative at a prestigious private institution in Haiti; Not bad for a girl who’s discovering her path in life, right?
The last time that I was able to travel throughout the country was exactly a year ago. Ever since the last stop I’ve been yearning to take a long ride bus to a foreign place just to explore and feel the joy. So when 2 of my co-workers shyly approached me about a road trip to the country side, I was delighted. The early birds couldn’t even catch me on Monday February 27th, I left happily my house with my signature ‘Lakay se Lakay’ Purple Tshirt, my big hat (borrowed from Mom) traded my usual pair of heels and dress pants for tennis shoes, my back pack and camera tucked at my hip like a true tourist.