Two Easy Ways to Dress for the Holidays


This is the time the year when everyone has somewhere to be. Most often, it's some kind of holiday gathering. Whether it be with friends and family, at office or church, it's essential to serve holiday looks. We collaborated with Tobi, an L.A. based online fashion retailer, to style the outfits for this Christmas inspired post. Play up the festive feels by paring a classic red wrap dress with a metallic shoe and accessorizing with a statement earring. You can also never go wrong in a little black dress. LBDs go with almost anything, and paring a simple heel and jewelry, both with metallic accents, give the look enough "oomph" without taking away from the dress. 

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Cocoa Sugar Mama also sent us over this awesome box of goodies. Cocoa Sugar Mama is a monthly subscription box service that features beauty and wellness products. CSM will bring quaint local boutiques right to your doorstep featuring products like natural soy scented candles, natural body creams and soaps, black girl themed greeting cards (because representation matters), and captivating books by black authors (again, representation). 

Coco Sugar Mama has boxes to fit every budget and lifestyle. The Big Mama Box includes 1 book, 1 literary product, and 2 beauty or wellness products. The Little Mama Box is a beauty box that features face, hair, body, and makeup products. 


Quick Details: If you want a box for Christmas you MUST subscribe by December 8th! Any new subscriptions after that will receive a January box. Gift cards are also available and can be purchased online with the gift card code being sent via email to redeem. Gift cards can be used to buy past boxes that may be for sale, as well as other products for sale on Cocoa Sugar Mama. You can also purchase a subscription to Cocoa Sugar Mama as a gift to others. The purchaser can determine whether or not they want the subscription to auto-renew (the purchaser will continue to pay).


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