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NOLA Kitchen Talk with Neauxla Chic: Cooking Pecan Candy & Spilling the Tea

Hello everyone it's ya girl, well woman Neauxla Chic and I decided to switch it up a bit and make a video, well actually it started out as a Facebook Live stream which includes talk about pecan candy, breaking down the lyrics to I.N.D.E.P.E.N.D.E.N.T by Weebie, and announcing my friend Polo NOLA's exciting news, which … Continue reading NOLA Kitchen Talk with Neauxla Chic: Cooking Pecan Candy & Spilling the Tea

NOLA Chic

Let me show you my NOLA https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=10212102332493097&id=1218678471 Fyi: My NOLA Chic branding will be changed to "Neauxla Chic" on Friday. I ran into some trademarking issues and would not be able to sell certain merchandise if I was to keep the spelling. I hope this doesn't cause any confusion, maybe I should introduce the new … Continue reading NOLA Chic

  Treme/7th Ward Arts & Culture Festival  May 25-27

Treme/7th Ward Arts & Culture Festival When: May 25-27 There are neighborhood tours, a Baby Doll bar crawl, community art projects, youth activities, food and music by Shannon Powell, Treme Brass Band, Kermit Ruffins and others at the fest under the Claiborne Avenue overpass. Visit www.treme7thwardcd.org for details. 9:30 a.m. Friday, noon Saturday-Sunday.  About Long known … Continue reading   Treme/7th Ward Arts & Culture Festival  May 25-27

Celebrating the Showstopping Style of New Orleans’s Second Line Parades – Urban Orleans

https://www.vogue.com/article/new-orleans-mothers-day-second-line-parade-style-photo-portfolio     These days, it’s rare to witness or take part in what New Orleanians consider an authentic second line parade, a tradition in which whole neighborhoods dance behind a local social club and brass band (the “main line”) as they march down the street. Stand on the corner of just about any block … Continue reading Celebrating the Showstopping Style of New Orleans’s Second Line Parades – Urban Orleans

My star studded fabulous night at the Big Easy Entertainment Awards

Last night I had the opportunity to work and attend the Big Easy Entertainment Awards and it was fabulous! All who were in attendance had personalities that reflected our New Orleans spirit, very kind, outgoing, beautiful people. The entertainers I met were awesome, they are like.. ya know regular people lol. I found that the … Continue reading My star studded fabulous night at the Big Easy Entertainment Awards

NOLA Chic hits South Beach…and it gave me life

My gallery of pictures are worth thousands of words and speak for themselves, therefore I'll save explaining how fabulous Miami Beach was!!! I'm packed and ready to go back now. Miami has to be one place that stole a part of my heart from New Orleans... I'm not sure if it was the beach, which … Continue reading NOLA Chic hits South Beach…and it gave me life

Shopping in NOLA Sucks

Dress shopping did not go well today and I did not get the dress in the mail either.. We were out in Kenner, Esplanade Mall and Metairie, Lakeside Mall today, I went to a few boutiques downtown too,but I just can't find what I'm looking for. What is it that I'm looking for you may … Continue reading Shopping in NOLA Sucks

Thoughts on “I’m the Baddest Monkey”

What is your stance on the issue with the sweatshirt wording chosen to worn the Black little boy model for the H&M ad??? His parents had to agree during the photo shoot and approve the print.. If his parent's, why aren't we?? As you all know children clothing with monkeys and monkey phrases have been … Continue reading Thoughts on “I’m the Baddest Monkey”

80s Clothes We Needed 

I remember being infatuated with brand names in middle school in New Orleans to the point my Mom would not allow me to wear certain things as punishment. It only made me skip school. I remember one day she made me wear this orange plaid homemade pleated shirt and top. I wanted to die, but … Continue reading 80s Clothes We Needed