Here's Our Favorite Style IGs Of The Week: Vol. 3

Here's Our Favorite Style IGs Of The Week: Vol. 3

When I was a little girl, I always admired the stylish Black women in my life. From the goings on at the beauty shop to the pews at church to the slayage at family gatherings, I always knew that Black women possessed something that no other species did. It's in the styling of our hair, the choice of accessories and prints, the mixing of textures that made the swag astronomincal. I don't know about you but I am grateful to my ancestors for passing that intrinsic style down to me and my homegirls.

Every week on xoNecole, we gather some of the flyest Instagram posts of the week to keep shining a light on Black women and their magic. This go-round, we know you'll be stunned by the getups these women conjured up. Keep scrolling for that heat!

To get your fashion fix and to stay up to date with the latest trends, check out the xoNecole Style section here.

Featured image courtesy of @coco_floflo/Instagram

Exclusive: Gabrielle Union On Radical Transparency, Being Diagnosed With Perimenopause And Embracing What’s Next

Whenever Gabrielle Union graces the movie screen, she immediately commands attention. From her unforgettable scenes in films like Bring It On and Two Can Play That Game to her most recent film, in which she stars and produces Netflix’s The Perfect Find, there’s no denying that she is that girl.

Off-screen, she uses that power for good by sharing her trials and tribulations with other women in hopes of helping those who may be going through the same things or preventing them from experiencing them altogether. Recently, the Flawless by Gabrielle Union founder partnered with Clearblue to speak at the launch of their Menopause Stage Indicator, where she also shared her experience with being perimenopausal.

How This Wealthy History-Making Couple Found Love By Breaking The First Date Rules

How We Met is a series where xoNecole talks love and relationships with real-life couples. We learn how they met, how like turned into love, and how they make their love work.

Have you ever heard the saying, “You can't have it all?” Do you think there’s any truth to it? The more I resonate with the thought, I realize it just depends on what one considers “all.” In this “How We Met” story, I chatted with two individuals who have reached an unusual level of success but, for years, celebrated it alone. Now, they have a beautiful marriage centered around faith, family, and legacy.

But the journey to getting there required them to be uniquely intentional, submit fully to God, and practice an amount of vulnerability that I think most people would find uncomfortable – especially on the first date.