One day it occurred to me that I don’t dress up anymore. I don’t do my hair like I use to.
I don’t wear perfume and body sprays. And I haven’t been to a pedicurist in months.
I remember the day exactly when I stopped being fabulously stylish.
It was May of 2013. That was the day my beautiful daughter was born.
All of a sudden my desires, likes, interests, hobbies took a back seat.
I was no longer the most important person in my life.
Now that my children are a little older I am beginning to see how far down the rabbit hole I have traveled.
I look in the mirror and I am embarrassed by how much I have left myself go. I don’t mean weight or anything.
I just mean my style, my flow, the thing that empowered me, my beauty, inside and out.
I miss it and I want it back.
Our relationship was one of mutual understanding and respect.
You take care of me and I will take care of you.
But as I became a stay at home mom, I’ve neglected my beauty and fabulously stylish ways.
This site is as much a tribute to myself as it is to you.
I hope the content I provide here will help you renew your relationship with your
fabulous self, even if you are on a budget.
Stylish Mom On A Budget, Shantell Smith