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Party Time: Mackage x PurseBlog Handbag Launch

In NYC, there's never a shortage of new launches and ventures–and parties to celebrate them! So I was excited to attend the celebration of Mackage and PurseBlog's handbag launch party, hosted in their downtown store last week.


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Dimelo: 5 Ways to Raise a ‘Chingona’

My daughter has been the antithesis of sugar, spice, and everything nice lately. We've had plenty of feet stomping, fist shaking when she doesn't get her way (which, incidentally, is often.)

I'll be honest...m'ija impresses me just as much as she frustrates me when she tries to run the show. I am, after all, hoping to raise a chingona. Let me repeat that: I want to raise a chingona.


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Raq-C’s World: Don't Be Afraid to Say No!

Thank you for joining me another week to read my blog, “RAQ-C’s world”, where I share with you all my tips on how to be a fabulous modern day Latina from the inside out. I like to touch on it all from relationships, hot topics, fashion, health, spirituality, career and anything in between.

I have come across so many people in my lifetime that find it extremely hard to say "no," especially to those they love. I admit, saying no can sometimes be hard, but the more you practice being true to you and saying "no" when you need to, the easier it will get.


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Raq-C’s World: Be a Free Spirit!

Thank you for joining me another week to read my blog, “RAQ-C’s world”, where I share with you all my tips on how to be a fabulous modern day Latina from the inside out. I like to touch on it all from relationships, hot topics, fashion, health, spirituality, career and anything in between.

Today I would like to touch on being a FREE SPIRIT. Since I was a little girl I have always been a free spirit. I guess you can say it’s part of my personality. I wouldn’t change it for anything in the world. For some it comes naturally and for others they struggle.


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Red Carpet Rewind: Rachel’s top tips to getting red carpet ready

Working the red carpet like a pro takes experience and lots of practice. So it doesn’t hurt to get tips from an expert. With the launch of her fall line at Macy’s Beverly Center in Los Angeles, California, it was the perfect time to ask fashion designer Rachel Roy, who has dressed Jessica Alba, Cameron Diaz, Kim Kardashian, and Emmanuelle Chiriqui, how we can glam it up like a superstar for any special night out.

Here are Rachel’s top tips to getting red carpet ready:

Love How You Look


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Dimelo: 5 Lessons You Tend to Re-Learn In Life

Let's start with the obvious, okay?

You, yes...you, are perfectly awesome and fantastically original just the way you are now. Got that?


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Two Badass Costumes You Can Throw Together Last Minute

Crap. It's (basically) Halloween. Has that thought gone through your head each and every day this week? Well, you're probably not alone.

Each year, I promise myself I'm going to start thinking about my Halloween costume in the summer, and without fail, it's seven days until Halloween (with lots of parties happening this weekend) and I'm without costume.


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RaqC Cordova
Raq-C’s World: Giving Yourself Some Space!

Thank you for joining me another week to read my blog, “RAQ-C’s world”, where I share with you all my tips on how to be a fabulous modern day Latina from the inside out. I like to touch on it all from relationships, hot topics, fashion, health, spirituality, career and anything in between.


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Becky G: "My Favorite Halloween Costume"

Hola, Beasters! Can you believe it's almost Halloween?! I was thinking about all the costumes and fun stuff you can dress up as and it made me even more excited! 

Hands down, my favorite Halloween costume would be the gangster Minnie Mouse I was last year. I had a friend of mine, Coco Black, make a custom costume and it was Minnie Mouse made out of red bandana fabric. It was really cool–it was like a mix of my urban style. Rather than just doing the original polka dot Minnie Mouse dress, I did the bandana and wore sneakers instead of heels.


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Dimelo: Taboo Topics That Shouldn't Be

As a bulimic teenager, I learned to stop throwing up in the shower. The running water masked the sound of my purging but sometimes I wasn't diligent enough in my clean-up. My parents whispered; I heard them, so I just stopped. No one ever brought it up.


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