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Bounce Back

by Diamond Mahone
February 13, 2017

Fitness and health have always been a priority to me and used as a way to cure my anxiety. This past year I’ve had some “L’s” but I’ve bounced back (corny I KNOW) and I plan to get back to my happy place with working out and sustaining healthy habits. I am the most confident when I’m strong mentally and physically and would love to discover new forms of mediati

Fitness and health have always been a priority to me and used as a way to cure my anxiety. This past year I’ve had some “L’s” but I’ve bounced back (corny I KNOW) and I plan to get back to my happy place with working out and sustaining healthy habits. I am the most confident when I’m strong mentally and physically and would love to discover new forms of mediation. Whether it be therapy, yoga, or transcendental meditation; I have to find ways to wind down my mind. All my real friends know that I’m the one they can call at 3 in the morning on a Tuesday and more than likely I’m up doing something like re-arranging my closet, reading a random book I found in the 25% off isle in Barnes and Noble or putting random shit in my cart from some Etsy vintage shop.

 

I don’t buy into all that diet shit, but I do believe in cleansing the mind, body and the spirit. Whether you do that at the start or the middle of the year, I think it’s necessary for clarity. Recalibrating and focusing on the things that make you happy lend success in multiple areas of life. It’s the little things like new workout clothes that spark a better fitness regimen or signing up for a workout class that is out of your comfort level.  With the start of anything new – a new job, new business relationship, or new love, it  ushers out the desire to create in people.

 

XO,

Diamond

 

“The desire to create is one of the deepest yearnings of the human soul”- Elder Uchtdorf

 

 

THE RETURN OF POWER DRESSING

by Diamond Mahone
January 22, 2017

Power dressing carries such a multi-dimensional meaning. It could be viewed as a term in which a woman can exercise their weight in the workplace or it can be an expression to outline the exaggerated shape in a woman’s jacket. To say that this year has been the year of reclaiming what “Power” means is an understatement. Fashion is bringing back a new idea to the coined term with influences from the political issues and the feminist movement that has been brought to light.

Power dressing carries such a multi-dimensional meaning. It could be viewed as a term in which a woman can exercise their weight in the workplace or it can be an expression to outline the exaggerated shape in a woman’s jacket. To say that this year has been the year of reclaiming what “Power” means is an understatement. Fashion is bringing back a new idea to the coined term with influences from the political issues and the feminist movement that has been brought to light. It not only represents the trend of the season but a concept in which women are leads in their perspective fields and industries, single mothers who are running their own companies, and women who can and should be put in place to run countries.

Designers like Celine and Stella McCartney are celebrating the suit with the nipped waist and boxy shoulders. Dresses that are conceived a little more masculine with structure and shape give the allure of a strong, powerful entity. The smallest details like a severe winged liner can represent a risk taker. Someone who isn’t afraid of the adverse. Although these concepts can be the more obvious ideas of dressing with power, it can also be perceived in the attitude that comes along with clothes. To be confidant in your daily walks of life, to stand up for what you believe and be vocal about the things that matter bring the power into the wearer of these looks.