Fashion, Style, And Diabetes Awareness
Doris Hobbs is known as the creative visionary of Rich In Love! She has a unique style that stands out and captures the attention of many! She is about looking stylish and elegant! She is a woman of many talents; such as, a blogger, model, and advocate for diabetes awareness to name a few. She has also been diagnosed as a diabetic.
According to Doris Hobbs,
"At age 33, the first thing I remembered after being diagnosed was that I had two options: I could allow it to control my life or find the unbinding courage from within the tragedy; I chose courage."We should all take a page from her book and try to have courage in every situation. Courage to not give up, no matter what the circumstance look like, but to succeed in our life goals. To make a difference in the world that can be seen for years to come.
Let's Get To Know Doris Hobbs
Let's talk about fashion and diabetes awareness with the glamorous creative visionary of Rich In Love. Here are the details from an interview with Doris Hobbs.
Doris, you are known as the creative visionary of Rich in Love! What inspired you to create Rich in Love?
Surrounded with fruitful knowledge in alignment with all that I’ve endured, I set forth to create, Rich in Love. Being released in 2012 as a luxury infused website that understands the media growth of being authentic while sharing profound stories and luxury style.
|Stay stylish no matter what season you are in.|
Explain what influenced your unique and fascinating fashion style?
The women of the 1950’s their style has been very influential and iconic.
What do you consider the most important aspect of the fashion industry?
The most important aspect of the fashion industry is marketing and identifying the target market at whom the clothing will aim, determining where to sell the products to maximize sales and deciding at what price to sell the products, to attract customers and generate profits. The other aspects includes deciding how the product should be displayed; this is where creativity and resourcefulness of my services comes into play.
Share a couple of fashion tips that you believe are useful?
- How to do vintage this holiday? I like wearing 50s wiggle dresses or velvet high-waisted pencil skirts paired with a silk blouse. There are a number of luxury designers who make delicious retro-inspired dresses who I love, so between the 50s dresses, that’s my holiday look. Don’t forget to mix in a vintage hats and bags with a little shimmer from a rhinestone brooch.
- A quick Beauty note: Play up one feature at a time. No need to go overboard with a dark, smokey eye and red lips — pick one!
|Be courageous and stylish every step of the way!|
Tell us about why you are an advocate for diabetes awareness?
At age 33, I was diagnosed as a Type 1 Diabetic. From that moment my entire life changed and I found I had two options: I could allow it to control my life or I could find the unbinding courage from within the tragedy; I chose courage.
I believe at birth each and every one of us is embedded with a purpose or talent which provides us the blueprints of our life’s story, which must be written and shared. From all of my lessons and blessings, I’ve formed an organic sense of how to live an authentic life that channels pure gratitude and glamour.
Today, I continue on a path of uniqueness and reflective charisma where I share my vision of a world without diabetes.
By Arica Hart
Inveigle Magazine | Tone And Glamour