I dream of the day that I'll walk down the aisle all the time! I'm not ashamed of this at all. I know my day will be full of dreams and an experience that I'll never forget. Lots of girls are ashamed to say this, but I love love and all things love.
So when I saw Beyonce's Facebook post today paying tribute to Jacqueline Kennedy's wedding dress designer, Anne Lowe I couldn't help but say yes to the dress and yes to Black History! I imagine myself in something just as stunning one day, and I pray it carries as much history as that of Anne Lowe's design! Things like this make me want to change the world! They simply make me dream big! Happy Black History folks!
Courtesy of Beyonce: #28DaysBlackHistory
Ann Lowe was the fashion designer that designed Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis' wedding dress for her marriage to John F. Kennedy in 1953. Lowe opened “Ann Lowe Originals” inside the Saks Fifth Ave department store on Madison Avenue in New York in the 1960s. Her work lives on in the permanent archives at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Black Fashion Museum and The Smithsonian.
The things I write about are the love of my life and the life of my love!