My new all time crush! Beautifuly shot, and very sexy thanks to Iesha Mariee! I don’t want to write a long synopsis, I’ll just shut up and let you enjoy the glory that is Iesha!
Once again with my 2 favorite things in the world, sexy women and sneakers (If that was really my only 2 favorite things in the world I would need a hobby)! But damn it man does it sit high on my favorites list.
Joe Venuto is known for his quality sneaker reviews. Great shots of the actual sneaker, and actually values the opinion of the audience wich he knows are fellow sneaker heads. If you don’t know, go and get familiar.
Basketball Wives own Draya Michele kills it for the brand Two In The Shirt (T.I.T.S). I’m loving the Olympic Jordan 7s. I wanted them since I was in High School, so this time around I’m definitely copping! I’m feeling the 6s too but 7s are it for me. Anyways just enjoy the BTS, enough of me talking, you came for the beautiful Woman and the sneakers! (I ain’t mad atcha)!
Check out full Style Engine post Here.
So to continue on this My brother is cooler than yours tip lol, He put me on to his site that he and his people’s put together. Naami Music is the sound, but Pure Luck X is the brand.
Fun, Sexy, cool, fly and a lot of dope shit! The goal is to make “PLX to be a clothing company and intend on using images (similar to the ones on the blog) to create a new and risqué approach to fashion”. I dig it, and I frequent the blog daily, easy to do, I love beautiful woman in sexy and sometimes compromising positions.
Check em’ out and show some love!
I don’t know much about Primitive, other than they’re a sneaker boutique in California and they sell really dope photo T-shirts featuring beautiful models. I posted about them with the Justene Jaro and Air Max 95 infrared.
If red cups weren’t the shit before… I’m not going to front like my cup stays full with anything other than Sprite or Canada Dry, but I’d play beer pong if where to play against women like Shay Maria and Brenda Lynn.
Here’s Primitive interview with Shay Maria.
Here’s Primitive interview with Brenda Lynn.