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Essence, New Nails, & Getting Cheeky! There’s a lot to chat about!

Essence, New Nails, & Getting Cheeky! There’s a lot to chat about! Posted on February 22nd, 2013 in Musings.

I wanted to do a video check-in because, well, there’s so many things to chat about!!! We’ve got the Essence Oscar Luncheon, my crazy new nails, and of course Let’s Get Cheeky!  Can’t wait to hear your thoughts!


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  • HeiressBoston.com

    So Super Cute!

  • Tiffany

    I just love your personality! You have the ability to make even the sadist person feel vibrant and happy again and I just love it. Glad all is well and may God continue to bless you.

  • http://twitter.com/HamdenPlains Tyrone L. Harris

    you’re a force, Ms. Ellis Ross. Right now it seems you are in a time of harvest. Please continue sharing with us and may we all be inspired to share more of ourselves (thoughts, feelings, talents etc.) that we may perpetually inspire and uplift one another.

  • Stefany

    Oh wow, you got on HuffPo! 2013 is going to be a big year for a lot of kickass people, I think. No, I don’t think. I know.

  • GlenysClarice

    You are so fun, real and an inspiration. Love it! Keep living your purpose!

  • Yellow251

    Congrats on your HP article!!

  • Rita

    Hi Tracee,
    I love your vintage dress story. However, my right eye kept getting pulled to the right. Is that a lemon tree you’ve got growing in your BACKYARD?!!! LOVE IT.
    And your posts are so funny.
    I really hope you read this comment and take my advice…GO TO INDIA and become friends with the tailors there. They are talented beyond comprehension. They’re always making Indian suits with ridiculous embroidery, and they do it like it’s nothing. And the cost is next to nothing, as I’m sure you’ve heard.
    I’ll tell you a personal story. I was shopping in Mumbai, at a boutique near Marine Drive. I went into a store that was two levels. On the bottom floor, there were rolls and rolls of fabric. Each Indian suit came in combos of three rolls of fabric…although you could mix it up, if another roll of fabric caught your eye. They also had catalogues there, with different styles and designs. Once I chose my fabric and style, they had a boy run up the fabric and style sheet to the top floor, where a tailor stitched my entire outfit in 1 hour. There were so many tailors working upstairs in the sari shop. So while I shopped for saris, my beautiful Indian suit was being made in front of my eyes! It’s truly a magical place.

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