The JPSKILLZ Style Tip of The Day!

One can only hope that he can STAY more than he has to GO, but if you’re staying…always be ready to GO.

S H A L A W A M

The JPSKILLZ Style Tip of The Day! | Ft. Le AMICHE Studio

Today’s JPSKILLZ Style Tip is special because Le Amiche Studio jewelry designer Rachelle, my sister, and wife of my brother/best friend sent me a custom piece, that she new I had my eye on, from her new men’s jewelry line: “THE PROPHECY COLLECTION!”  It’s reppin’ the entire family!  That’s right, all 12 tribes!

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Rueben, Simeon, Levi, Judah, Naphtali, Gad, Asher, Issachar, Zebulun, Ephraim, Mannessah, & Benjamin… heck DAN!  LOL

 

English won’t do this thank you justice so forgive me, but I must speak in my native tongue:  THAWADAH RACHAL MA-HA-MALAHYA NATHAN-KA WA YADI HA-AHAB-KA RAAB!  SHALAWAM WA BARAK ATHA!

The JPSKILLZ Style Tip of The Day!

Please, please, PLEASE!  Don’t step on my blue suede shoes!

SHALAWAM

 

The JPSKILLZ Style Tip of The Day!

Linen keeps you cool… in more ways than one 😉

SHALAWAM

The JPSKILLZ Style Tip of the Day!

If you’re waiting for people to acknowledge who you are… to become who you are… then you’ll be waiting forever.

SHALAWAM

The JPSKILLZ Style Tip of The Day!

 

Yes.  It’s been awhile, but “Time waits for no man,” and “Spring has sprung,” so… I figured I’d make up for lost time and clear some head space.  The muse of the day is a young lady that answers to the name “MALAKA (Muh-Lay-Ka).”  She just so happens to enjoy the stylistic martial arts of textiles and fabrics.  Go check out her blog, Scales Of Style.  And tell her a secret admirer sent you 😉  I’ll be adding her to my “JPSKILLZ Inspirations” column so in case you ever forget the address you can always find your way here 😉  Enjoy the story.

SHALAWAM

The JPSKILLZ Style Tip of The Day!

My sister recently asked me if I’d ever given any thought to putting some artwork on shoes.  Well I hadn’t, and MOST HIGH willing I will do a project for her, but until then, this is my first endeavor into the field.  I converted these Tom’s into a personal work of art!  Seeing how Tom’s are literally made from CANVAS, they definitely made great first candidates.  I simply used my usual beloved acrylic paints.  I think they turned out good.  How about you?

SHALAWAM