Thank You

Over the years I have received photos and great reviews from House of Rubi amazing clients. I am humbled and grateful for their love and appreciation.

Lauren ordered the Red and Orange Kente corset for her wedding day! I sent her a gift along with her purchase. I can’t wait to see the photos!!!

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Thank you to all those who have supported and continues to support the House of Rubi Brand!  Many of the clients were featured in blogs and/or had fashion items named after them! It’s an honor to share these reviews, images and blogs with you all. Enjoy!

Ebony purchased the Angela Clutch to complement her outfit!

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Angela Clutch! Click this image to order from the House of Rubi online shop

Here are the pics she sent! She looks absolutely gorgeous.

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Ebony Rocking the House of Rubi Angela clutch!

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Ebony Stunning in blue as she rocks the Angela clutch!

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Other reviews on the Angela Clutch!

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Here are some images of clients wearing House of Rubi Fashions!

Adina rocking the Rudene Slouch Bag!

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Yvonne wearing the Orange Red Kente Corset!  Click this image to get it from the online shop!!

Here are reviews on the Ika Bag

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Ika Slouch Bag! Click this link to get one.

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The Jerricka Bag is also a fan favorite!!

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The Jerricka Slouch Bag! Click this link to get one .

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                             Thank you for your support! Stay tuned for more thank you photos and blogs 😀

To get a customized fashion item made and/or find out more about House of Rubi, email me (Rubi Girl Tenneh) at info@houseofrubi.com or just click CONTACT US. Also, visit the House of Rubi website at  www.houseofrubi.com 

Follow House of Rubi to find afro-chic and other cultural inspired fashions, learn about world design trends, cosmopolitan trends, cultural traditions, and keep updated on the brand!!

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Werk it

As I stated in the blog “Makeup it,” we all have a preparation process before getting dressed. Depending upon the occasion, some of us start preparing our bodies for an outfit months beforehand! We might want to work out and shape things up prior to a big event!

There are certain dresses from House of Rubi such as the Nicole and Mercedes drape back dress that I tune up to look good in. 😀   Regardless of what we choose to wear, we should always exude confidence and put on something that makes us feel good.

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The Nicole Dress! Click this Image to check out the Nicole Dress blog!

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The Mercedes Drape Back Dress! Click this image to check out the blog ” Bringing Sexy Back”

My best friend Danielle said “We are suppose to work out to be healthy, but many of us work out just to look good!” I’ve been guilty of that. However, I have learned the importance of putting my health first. Whatever your reasons for working out are, you should have fun during your workout regimen.  We got our dance on in the blog “Move It” and “Move It Part 2” . Now its time to Werk it!! Here are our favorite African and Island music dance work out videos we collected from youtube.  Enjoy and let me know which one was your favorite!!  Also, if you would like to see more great dance videos, check out our House of Rubi Pinterest Dance board,

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House of Rubi Pinterest Dance and Workout Board!! Click this image to check it out and follow House of Rubi on Pinterest.

The Kukere Workout Video by Scola Dondo

Reggae Dance Hall Workout by Keaira LaShae

Latin Soca Island Workout by Keaira Lashae

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Casssandra Nuamah-Kukuwa African Dance Workout on Gemsag Productions Channel

Body Tuning Afro Beat Workout: Burn to the Beat by Keaira Lashae on BeFit

Thanks for Werking it!

To get a customized fashion item made and/or find out more about House of Rubi, email me (Rubi Girl Tenneh) at info@houseofrubi.com or just click CONTACT US. Also, visit the House of Rubi website at  www.houseofrubi.com 

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Makeup it

Many of us have variating reasons for how and why we dress.  Some of us wear clothing to shine and be seen. Others wear clothing as a form of armor in order to hide and protect themselves. Regardless of our purposes for clothing, we all have a preparation process for getting dressed. For many of us, makeup is part of that preparation process.  House of Rubi has a Pinterest page featuring helpful make tips and tutorials from various sources on youtube!

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House of Rubi Pinterest Make Up and Beauty page.

Here are some of our favorite Fall 2015 makeup tutorials! I usually follow tutorials for make-up techniques and tips. Then I customize the look being featured, according to what works best for my skin tone.  Check these videos and share what works best for you.

Many of the looks and warm autumn colors featured in these videos will work very well with both versions of the Anique Dress.  Check out “The Anique Dress (Part1)” and “The Anique Dress (Part 2)” blogs.

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The Anique Dress! Click this image to check out the Anique Dress blog!

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The Anique Dress Customized. Click this image to check out the blog ” The Anique Dress Part 2″

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Thanks for reading “Makeup It”

To get a customized fashion item made and/or find out more about House of Rubi, email me (Rubi Girl Tenneh) at info@houseofrubi.com or just click CONTACT US. Also, visit the House of Rubi website at  www.houseofrubi.com 

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Corset Dreams

I’m dreaming up new ways to style and design the House of Rubi corsets!

The Danielle Corset has straps and is made out of a cotton print featuring vintage corsets. It has six elastic straps in the back and a separating zipper.

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The Multi-Colored Rainbow and the Orange Red Kente corsets are both fan favorites!

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The Rainbow Kente Corset! The House of Rubi ‘Rainbow Kente” corset is made out of a Kente print fabric. Click this image to check out the “Rainbow Kente Corset” blog and find out the meaning of its’ colors and shapes!

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The Multi-Colored Rainbow Corset! Click this image to order and find out more about the corset!

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The Orange Red Kente Corset! As stated in  “Kente Kente Kente”, Kente cloth originated in West Africa and is identified with the Akan people and the Asante Kingdom. Today, the most recognizable Kente cloth have predominantly yellow and orange colors. Click on this image to check out the “Orange Red Kente Corset” blog and learn the meanings of the shapes and colors in this print!

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The “Orange Red Kente” corset!  Click this image to order and find out more about this corset.

Which one of these fabrics would you like to see used for a corset. If you don’t like any of these selections what type of prints and/or solid fabric would you like to see used for the House of Rubi corsets!

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Check in to follow the “Corset Dreams” series.  Through out the following weeks I will share more corset designs  from House of Rubi!

Thanks for reading Corset Dreams

To get a customized fashion item made and/or find out more about House of Rubi, email me (Rubi Girl Tenneh) at info@houseofrubi.com or just click CONTACT US. Also, visit the House of Rubi website at  www.houseofrubi.com 

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Dashiki Dreams

I wrote about the Dashiki several weeks ago. One of our most popular item is the Logan Dashiki. Since then Ive been dreaming up new ways to design clothing with the Dashiki Print. The Dashiki history is very fascinating! As I stated in “House of Rubi Introduces the Logan Dashiki”, the Dashiki originated in West Africa.

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House of Rubi Logan Dashiki! Click this link to check out House of Rubi Introduces the Logan Dashiki!

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House of Rubi Logan Dashiki! Click this image to check out the blog!

The Dashiki is commonly a short sleeved, vibrant colored, loosely fitted, cotton blend tunic, with multi-colored, V-shape embroidery, ornately embellishing the garment’s neckline, shoulders, and sleeve.

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Traditional African Dashiki. Image taken from Goodir Somali Import Export Education. Click this image to check out blog!

According to “Dashiki As American Fashion” Dashikis became popular in the United states during the 60’s after the civil Rights Act of 1964. African Americans wore Dashikis to symbolize their cultural heritage and black unity. However during that era, Dashikis lost its political significance when its popularity trickled into mainstream and was worn by hippies and celebrities. The traditional West African Dashiki features intricate colorful embroidery. The Dashikis worn in the 60’s and today are made out of printed fabrics manufactured and imported from Asia and Europe. Some refer to these fabrics as “Dashiki print, “Angelina Print” and/or “Khanga Print”

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The Khanga cloth. Image taken from Nida Textile Mills (T) Limited website. Nida Textiles produces cotton textiles which are sold domestically in Tanzania. They also export to neighboring countries, Europe and American Markets. Click this image to find out more about Nida Textiles Mills.

Khanga print isn’t solely associated with Dashikis. The Khanga is a cotton fabric with print which features a decorated border around all edges and is predominantly worn by people in the African Great Lakes Region. Countries included in the great lake area are Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda, Uganda and Democratic Republic of Congo.

i’ve been Dashiki Dreaming! A client ordered the Logan Dashiki in green.

House of Rubi Logan Dashiki in Green! Available at the House of Rubi Online Shop. Click this Image to order

House of Rubi Logan Dashiki in Green! Available at the House of Rubi Online Shop. Click this Image to order

Check in to follow the Dashiki Dreams series.  Through out the following weeks I will share more of the Dashiki history and show case new Dashiki inspired fashions from House of Rubi!

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To get a customized fashion item made and/or find out more about House of Rubi, email me (Rubi Girl Tenneh) at info@houseofrubi.com or just click CONTACT US. Also, visit the House of Rubi website at  www.houseofrubi.com 

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Journey Through It

The past week has been amazing and this week is proving to be even more fantastic! Journey through it with House of Rubi as we review last week top 5 fan favorites!

#5 “Fabrics Fabrics Which Do You Like” It’s wonderful when House of Rubi clients and followers partake in the design and editing process. They do so by stating what designs they prefer and choosing their favorite fabrics. One of the favorite prints was this green floral print!

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Green floral print with an Indonesian feel. Click this image to check out ” Fabrics Fabrics, Which Do You Like”

#4 “Clutch it”  The Holidays are almost here and House of Rubi has a variety of clutches available for the gift giving season. These clutches were featured in the “Clutch It” blog.

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House of Rubi Clutch Bags featured in ” Clutch it” Click this image to check out the blog!

#3 “Dress it”  featured our favorite House of Rubi Dresses! My personal favorite is the Mai dress! But we all agreed that the little Diva Amirah stole the show. 😀

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Amirah modeling her dress! Click this image to check out the blog ” Dress it”

#2  “Move it” Music always moves the spirit and touches the soul. ” Move it” featured the top 5 favorite African jams that motivates us to keep moving and jammin!

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The music group Mavins featured in the Looku Looku music video. Click this image to see the video and many more in the “Move it” blog!

#1 “Bag it”  took the cake!

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Everyone loved how funky and cool the slouch bags are! Hence “Bag it” is the # 1 fan favorite. Click this image to check out the blog.

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The Jerricka Bag was also featured along with the Ika slouch in the ” Bag it Blog” Click this image to order a slouch bag in the House of Rubi online shop!

Thanks for journeying through it with House of Rubi!

To get a customized fashion item made and/or find out more about House of Rubi, email me (Rubi Girl Tenneh) at info@houseofrubi.com or just click CONTACT US. Also, visit the House of Rubi website at  www.houseofrubi.com 

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World Fashion Trends

We all have variating concepts on what fashion is and how it should evolve. It’s fascinating to see what different cultures deem aesthetically pleasing and acceptable.

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I’ve collected several pins on unique world fashion for House of Rubi. Click this link to check them out on Pinterest!

Here is a list of 5 World fashion trends. Some are offensive, odd, fascinating, and/or beautifully creative.  Let me know what you think!

#5  The Hitler Chick- Thailand

This trend shocked the hell out me! Many times people use an image, cultural artifact and or historical person as a fashion trend, with out finding out the history or background of the image being used. I highly believe this is one of those cases. In Thailand there is a Hitler-Mania where his images are being used in animated form on sweatshirt, T-shirts and other clothing.

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Hitler Fashion. According to Amazing Beautiful World website, there are Hitler versions of Teletubbies, Ronald Mc Donald and Pandas. All of these images are being placed on tees , sweatshirts and other clothing. Image from http://amazingbeautifulworld.com/fashion/top-10-weird-fashion-trends-around-the-world/

#4 Pointy Elf Boots- Mexico. I blogged about this fashion trend several years ago in “Rubi Girl Goes to Mexico”.

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Image from the House of Rubi blog, “Rubi Girl Goes to Mexico” Click this image to check out the blog!

Elf Boots are still popular today and has made it on the fashion Runway!  According to the article ” Wonderful Ridiculous Head-Scratchingly Pointy Mexican Boots Are Now A Designer Item”  Elf boots were featured in Comme Des Garcons fashion show for its Spring/Summer 2015 collection!

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Fashionable Elf Boots- Image taken from article “Wonderful Ridiculous Head-Scratchingly Pointy Mexican Boots Are Now A Designer Item” Click this image to check out the article.

#3 Camouflage Print Jackets- Russia   I want one!

Although symbolically associated with the military, the camouflage print has been widely used in fashion since World War I!

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Image taken from the Bazaar magazine article “STREET STYLE: FROM RUSSIA WITH LOVE” Image by Diego Zuko Click this image to check out the Bazaar Magazine gallery.

Check out this informative Wall Street Journal article “”Why Men Can’t Stop Buying Camouflage Prints”. It states why Camouflage print is a recurring fashion trend!

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Image taken from Wall Street Journal Article “Why Men Can’t Stop Buying Camouflage Prints” By JAKE GALLAGHER.   Click this image to check out article

#2 Ikat Suit- India.  I Love this! Ikat is a woven fabric mainly associated with Indonesia. However, this fabric is traditionally made in India and other countries around the world. Threads used to create an Ikat print are tie-dyed prior to the weaving process. The resulting fabrics are beautiful!

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Ikat Suit. Lovely lady showcasing India’s street style, wearing a suit made out of Ikat fabric. Image taken from http://www.outfittrends.com/stylish-indian-street-style-fashion-ideas-for-women/

#1 The Dashiki- West Africa.  Popular in the United States, and UK. This one is a House of Rubi Favorite!!

One of our most popular item is the Logan Dashiki. Dashiki originated from West Africa. It is commonly a short sleeved, vibrant colored, loosely fitted, cotton blend tunic, with multi-colored, V-shape embroidery, ornately embellishing the garment’s neckline, shoulders, and sleeve. The Dashiki print has been a popular fashion item this past summer in the United States and people are still crazy about it!  Check out the blog “House of Rubi Introduces the Logan Dashiki”  I plan on making myself a Logan Dashiki in the available red, greed and black colors!

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The House of Rubi Logan Dashiki.  Nukes Logan modeling the red version. House of Rubi offers the Dashiki in red, black and green! Click this image to order and/or find out more about the Dashiki

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The Logan Dashiki! Click this image to order and/or find out more about the dashiki!

Thanks for counting down with me!

To get a customized fashion item made and/or find out more about House of Rubi, email me (Rubi Girl Tenneh) at info@houseofrubi.com or just click CONTACT US. Also, visit the House of Rubi website at  www.houseofrubi.com 

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Move it (Part 2)

We got our groove on listening to the top 5 favorite African Jams, in the last blog “Move it”

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Click this image to check out “Move it” Part 1 !

My little cousin Anique loves to Dj our favorite jams, while Im working on House of Rubi.

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House of Rubi is an Afro-chic and cosmopolitan fashion brand. Click this image to check out House of Rubi!

There was also a video showing popular African Dance moves.

Here are Anique and I top 5 dance videos of people putting popular African dance moves into action!! Enjoy

# 5 Dance: Azonto   Song: Kukere by Iyanya

# 4 Dance Instructional Video for Song: Sura Yako by Sauti Sol 

# 3 Dance: Kizomba  Location: Balmir’s Latin Stuio

# 2 Choreoagrapher: Brissy Akezizi   Song: Skelewu by Davido

# 1 Kids Dancing   Song: Sitya Loss by Eddy Kenzo

It’s quite obvious that these kids don’t have much money for clothing, yet they still take time out to have fun dance and enjoy life! This is one of main reasons we love this video. Also, they are really great dancers!!

Thanks for counting down with me!

To get a customized fashion item made and/or find out more about House of Rubi, email me (Rubi Girl Tenneh) at info@houseofrubi.com or just click CONTACT US. Also, visit the House of Rubi website at  www.houseofrubi.com 

Follow House of Rubi to find afro-chic and other cultural inspired fashions, learn about world design trends, cosmopolitan trends, cultural traditions, and keep updated on the brand!!

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Move it

I stated in the last blog (“Dress it”)  that my little cousin Anique usually DJs our favorite African Jams, to keep us motivated while working for my Afro-chic and cosmopolitan fashion brand House of Rubi. 

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Here are our top 5 favorite African Jams! Get your dance on!!

#5 Looku Looku by Mavins

# 4 Kukere by Iyanya

#3 Skelewu by Davido

#2 Doro Bucci by Mavins

#1 Aye by Davido

Here is a very informational video on top African dance moves!!  MOVE IT YALL!!

Thank you for counting down with me!!

To get a customized dress made and/or find out more about House of Rubi, email me (Rubi Girl Tenneh) at info@houseofrubi.com or just click CONTACT US. Also, visit the House of Rubi website at  www.houseofrubi.com 

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Dress it

Over the years, many dresses have been made at House of Rubi. Some, (such as the “Tulle Romance” dress) were very unique and intricate.

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The “Tulle Romance” dress. A unique and intricate dress from House of Rubi! Modeled by my stunning soul sister Mercedes. Click this image to check out the blog and find out more about the “Tulle Romance” dress.

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 “Tulle Romance” is dedicated to my mother and grandmother. The whole dress is made out of tulle, stitched onto a cotton fabric base. Click this image to find out more about “Tulle Romance!”

Here are the “Favorite Five”! The top five favorite dresses from House of Rubi! Many of House of Rubi’s fashions are named after and/or dedicated to friends, family and other amazing individuals. Let the count down begin!!

#5 The Ika Black and White Lace Dress

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This dress is named after my soul sister Ika. Her favorite clothing colors are black, white, and red. While conversing about dresses, she stated that it would be great to see a white dress with a full asymmetrical skirt and contrasting black and white pattern. Therefore, I designed and created this dress. It features black lace laid over a white corset strapless top. The top is is attached to a full asymmetrical skirt, which is lined with a contrasting black and white leopard print fabric. Yes, we make dress dreams come true at House of Rubi! 😀 Wait a minute! That could be a great slogan! “House of Rubi, where dress dreams come true.”

#4 The Anique Dress!  

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This dress is cute, sassy, and smart, like the person it’s named after! The “Anique Dress” is named after my little cousin Anique. She helps me lay out fabrics, and organize. Yet best of all, she DJs our favorite African jams from her laptop in order for me to stay awake, and motivated while working!! Cocktail dresses are a House of Rubi specialty. This sleeveless, scoop neck dress features a deep V lapel at center back ,and a full above knee flared skirt. Click this image to check out “The Anique Dress” blog!”

#3 The Mercedes Drape Back Dress 

This classy, sleek and sexy dress is named after my soul sister Mercedes! She loves wearing classic pieces that makes a statement. She inspired me to design a modern piece which reflected her graceful personality. Many of the House of Rubi clientele have requested that I make them this exact dress or a customized version of it! The original dress is knee length. I also created a floor length version which exudes sexy elegance.

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Floor length “Mercedes Dress” modeled at the Made in Africa Week Fashion Show. Photography by Ahmad Richardson for  “A Rich Experience Photography”

#2 The Mai Dress 

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Although the “Mai Dress” is number 2 on this list, it will always be number one in my heart. It is named after my aunt Mai Logan. She was an amazing seamstress, mentor, and creative soul. Aunty Mai introduced me to the world of fabrics. This dress is made out of “George” embroidered brown and gold fabric. Aunty Mai and I bought this fabric on one of our many fabric shopping adventures! May she rest in peace.

#1 The Amirah Dress

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We all agreed that this cute little diva stole the show!!  Here is little Amirah modeling her dress at the Annual International African Arts Festival in Brooklyn NYC. She is a confident child with a beautiful sprit! Prior to the show she requested that I make her a red dress with a big bow similar to the dress featured in the movie Annie! Click this dress to find out more about the “Amirah Dress!”

Thank you for counting down with me!!

To get a customized dress made and/or find out more about House of Rubi, email me (Rubi Girl Tenneh) at info@houseofrubi.com or just click CONTACT US. Also, visit the House of Rubi website at  www.houseofrubi.com 

Follow House of Rubi to find afro-chic and other cultural inspired fashions, learn about world design trends cultural traditions, and keep updated on the brand!!

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