Style InfluencersDec 06, 2022 04:00PM ● By Aisha Al-Muid AKA @Missmahoganyphilly
In Living Color
As we get back to the business of being “Back Outside”, there are so many events popping up all over Philadelphia. I was so delighted when I was invited out to an evening of comedy and line dancing. Laughter is good for the soul because it brings people together, releases tension in the environment and relaxes your nerves making it both beneficial for emotional as well as physical well-being. Line dancing is part of our culture because it’s rooted in blackness — it’s rooted in the African American experience. Sure, comedians are goofballs but there were some style kings and queens projecting authenticity in their styled-fits not just on the stage. Shout-out to the host and his lady who slayed in her red plaid boots! Beneath the veneer of these Philadelphia-based influencers lies a genuine desire to stunt. I truly believe with confidence anyone can wear anything and look hot as hell. Styled-out till next time.
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Aisha Al-Muid M.Ed. is the columnist behind "Culture Style Influencers". As a youngster she took an interest in high fashion magazines (Vogue, Elle, Harper's Bazaar, Essence) and had an opportunity to intern at Essence magazine in the late 90’s. Aisha spent time working in retail at Barneys’ New York and eventually she opened a retail boutique, Miss Mahogany in West Philadelphia 2014-2016 featuring stylish fashion accessories. The passion for fashion and style is an intricate part of her life that has driven Aisha to contribute to FunTime magazine as a writer and style influencer since 2015.
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