I don’t often address topics of social media hype because then I’d be posting everyday and I definitely do NOT have time for that. Hence, why this post is clearly more than a day or two later than the topic I’m addressing.
The wife of basketball player Steph Curry, Ayesha Curry tweeted “just looking at the latest fashion trends, I’ll take classy over trashy any day of the week. #saturdaynightinsight” and “everyone is barely wearing any clothes these days huh? Not my style. I like to keep the good stuff covered up for the one who matters.”
Ladies, I’m sure you’re not surprised that she only expressed my existing thoughts. And when I saw pictures that said “In a world full of Kardashians, be Ayesha Curry” or this Shia Lebouf meme below, I double tapped my little heart away.
In a generation, where opinions are often based on hype and convenience and the justification of how we live our live, form your own opinions and role models. While your women crush Wednesday is light skinned with curly hair (dark skin with bundles, face beat, and so on and so forth) and wearing almost nothing, my wcw will always and has always been influential and clothed, on top of being beautiful. None of us are perfect, and I certainly don’t always reflect the things that I say, considering that I am still growing into the young lady that I am called to be. Sometimes I go out in less clothes than I would recommend. When I do, I don’t tend to post it on Instagram, or any other social media platform, because I know that what I wear and what I say affects my image. However, I’ve done that less and less in the last few years and have accepted that I don’t have to barely wear clothes to get a guy’s attention. I want long lasting attention, a friendship, a relationship, to have love and not infatuation…don’t you? So, I am intentional in what I wear. Ayesha Curry caused hype from this same thought process, but be aware that she is not the only one, nor is she the first person to express these thoughts. These ladies (below) are true inspirations and role models to me….
So in a generation full of Kardasians, Rihannas and Nicki Minajs….
….be Ayesha Curry
….be Janelle Monae
….be Coco Chanel
….be modest, be beautiful, be respected, be the young lady that you are called to be!
….andddd for my guys who are reading, find you an Ayesha Curry, cherish her and never let he doubt how much you appreciate her for she will never leave your side.