Today I decided to-do a roundup post of all my recent posts that gained a lot of attention via readership. My 26th birthday is next month! So, for the month of March I am going to be opening up in ways I haven't yet to you guys. I have a few fun posts planned, along with some BTS (Behind-The-Scenes) and insights to the future of my career. Until then, enjoy these previous posts and be sure to catch up so you don't miss out on anything!
I can’t believe it’s going to be 3 years this month since Who I Am: Poetry gave my career the jumpstart it needed. I put some thought into this post as I reflect on what this represents for me as I’m turning 26 this year.
I went from a person left to feel worthless to trending across social media, published by magazines, gaining thousands of social media followers which has allowed me to do other projects and continues to open doors for me. I went from a brown hair guy with acne on my face to a blonde doing photo shoots and blogging about my life.
In this weeks edition of 'Get The Look' and the very first for the blog I gathered some cute accessories for both men and women all under 10 dollars!
In this post I am sharing an outfit of the day for me. Also, I put together a cute little goodie bag for my female readers. I love fashion and getting ready in the morning is one of the favorite times of the day. The best way to feel confident is making sure you are wearing clothes you feel fabulous in! So let's take peak into my closet and give you some fashion inspiration.
This is the first full-length piece of poetry I've written in such a longtime and I'm very excited to share it with you all. Inspired from a transformation I've undergone emotionally, physically and spiritually, but with my creative twist of course. It's my favorite poem I've ever written and most empowering. In my opinion it's my best as well! I hope the wait was worth it, because I know some of you have been itching for a new one. I now present you with 'Queen.' Enjoy!
Finally realize nothing can stop me...I’m a Queen.- Paul Travis
She has bold yet very graceful style with a love for all things beauty. She is the one and only, Traci Tortual. I first met Traci at a wedding I attended with my boyfriend for one of his best friends. She and I instantly clicked. Her style radiated the room and had flawless makeup that you would die for. Her outgoing, fun and charming personality is just as wonderful as her appearance. No one can deny she's a showstopping fashionista slaying the world everyday with her unstoppable confidence.
Seeing someone just oozing confidence in their “outfit of the day” just makes me as a human being feel good. I love seeing people love themselves and owning it! - Traci Tortual
I love bags!
Either it be for a man or a woman I think a fabulous backpack/purse gives your style the fire it needs.
I will never forget the day my boyfriend & I went to New Hampshire. They had this huge mall as we went to go shop I saw the male store for coach. We went in and my boyfriend looked at me, "Pick one and I'll buy it for you!"
As my hand went over my heart I was speechless, but of course filled with gratitude, "Really? Thank you so much!" That day I got my first coach. Use it to this day!
My mother is a purse queen. Always flaunting a new bag every time I see her. In my selection today for Style 101 I picked one male and one female bag.
Funny story. I don't know about you, but me, I love shoes!
The other day I got a call from my Grandma and a few days prior from my Mom. Both of them told me, "Paul you have about 2 big bags of shoes here. I need you to go through them."
Granted, I have like two closest at my home filled with them. Today on style Monday I share one male, and one female shoe from the call it spring collection! It's my favorite line of shoes.
Born Paul Travis on March 11th, 1992. By the age of two, he was writing poems and stories about anything that caught his attention. Since a young age his love for all types of music, and creating influenced his vision of making a positive impact with inspiring fierce confidence to help others define themselves. Later he would find his career as a writer and singer.