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Tuesday, July 25, 2017

We here at The Haute Lifestyle deem ourselves as "Professional Online Shoppers" and is always on the lookout for online stores with great deals and great items. Last week on one of our weekly searches, we came across and would like to share a few items we found and loved.

First off, what kind of site is StyleBest?

StyleBest is a new fashion site, focused on providing high quality clothing that is unique and long lasting. We want to provide access to clothing brands that we have close relationships with, like ZANSTYLE, Dadayuga, and Dear Lover. These brands are tested and researched by us at StyleBest to guarantee their style quality and overall strength.

I came across 3 key pieces that I really like that fit with my aesthetics currently and the look I've been going for which is comfortable and trendy yet stylish.

I know this might not be everyone's cup of tea, but Palazzo pants are back in! These look so comfortable and come in this seasons hottest colors. I know that I will be able to get tons of wears and comments from these pair.

This would be perfect for a vacation! Think cruise or a nice resort vacation! I love that the colors are vibrant and looks like the Caribbean.

Halter Off Shoulder White Chiffon Blouse

Off the shoulders are still trending and you need at least 1 in your closet for summer. This one can be either dressy or casual depending on how you wear it. I would wear this with jeans or a nice pair of high waisted pants for a dressier look. 

Our Vision

1. Style is affordable: Shoppers deserve the top fashion designs and latest trends at doable prices.

2. Quality control: From product sourcing, procurement, through to our class-leading quality control.

3. End-to-end satisfaction: Start with a great shopping experience, end with total satisfaction.

At StyleBest, we want to combat that needless consumer cycle by providing high quality, long lasting clothing. Pieces that will always be in style and withstand the test of time. Investing in your wardrobe is one of the best ways to save money and save the planet. Even just a simple high quality t shirt can be a positive impact, by having an item that will only get better after many washing and can be dressed up or dressed down for any occasion. This way you don't have to keep purchasing clothes that are just going to end up either on the floor of your clothes or in the trash, doomed to enter a land fill. Getting key clothing items, like pants, a dress, or a skirt that are unique yet versatile so that they can last you at least a year on your circuit in this life. These items don't have to be a sacrifice of your style or freedom but allow you to explore what you have at your disposal already.

We are always working towards creating a truly unique shopping experience with these key clothing gems. Our minds scan the fashion horizons and are extremely invested into the latest fashions, just like you!

We are also going to be offering various coupons and deals, designer spotlights, editor's picks, and MORE! Life is full of creativity and we are going to bring it you!



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#Getmoving corporate challenge

Monday, July 24, 2017

The Hon. Dr. Chris Tufton (Minister of Health Jamaica) has decided to lead by example in the most literal way possible by challenging Jamaicans to adapt a healthier lifestyle. Wednesday last, the popular Worthington located on the Spanish Court Hotel's property was the venue of choice for the launch of Jamaica Moves Get Moving Corporate Challenge. 

Hon. Dr. Chris Tufton, Minister of Health
Media Personality Krystal Tomlinson
The launch was hosted by Media Personality Krystal Tomlinson and saw some of Jamaica's noted Corporate names, media and health enthusiasts.

The Get Moving Corporate Challenge is an initiative started by the Ministry of Health Jamaica to encourage more Jamaicans to incorporate at least 30 minutes of physical activity along with healthy eating into their day to day lives. To make things interesting, Minister Tufton partnered with Jamaica moves and started a challenge that involved some of Jamaica's most popular names in Entertainment, Media and so on.

Non communicable diseases such as diabetes, hypertension and certain cancers account for 70% of total deaths in Jamaica. By launching a challenge like this, it is expected that more Jamaicans will want to adapt to a healthier lifestyle.

2 brave volunteers for the "push up" challenge | see video on our Instagram

Andrew Walcott, Event Coordinator Market Me Ja

Alfred Francis, Director of Running Events Limited

To learn more about this challenge or to be a part of it. Visit the website below


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International Media tunes in to Jamaican Gospel

Wednesday, July 19, 2017
DJ Nicholas at the TBN sign outside their New York studios recently before his interview with TBN Salsa
Jamaican gospel recording artiste DJ Nicholas is very happy that his forth studio album, 'The Audiologist', has garnered him international media attention. The artiste was recently featured on International Christian Media giant TBN and flew to New York for the in studio recorded interview on "In the Mix" to be aired on TBN Salsa later this month.

Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN) is one of the largest platforms worldwide for Christian ministry, this was Dj Nicholas' first time being featured on this platform but insists that it won’t be the last.

"I felt really blessed when the host of the programme reached out to me and invited me on. She said she knew some of my songs as well so that was also very humbling. I shared my testimony and performed new material from the album so I can’t wait to see the feature air" Dj Nicholas shared

This isn't the first time that the artiste has been featured on international media, in 2015 and 2016 Dj Nicholas was featured on Atlanta Live TV and on BET Celebration of Gospel.

The artiste is now back in the island preparing for the Jamaican album launch for his 'The Audiologist' project. The event is slated for this Friday July 21 at the Ranny Williams Entertainment Centre with special performances from international Grammy nominated worshipper Todd Dulaney and Jamaican gospel singer Jermaine Edwards among others.
Dj Nicholas is excited to perform in Jamaica because it has been some time since he has been on stage in his home country.

DJ Nicholas and In The Mix Host Jannie Ortega on set at TBN Salsa studios in New York recently
 "Come out this Friday for a blessing! It’s been a while since I performed in Jamaica so sharing my new album is the perfect opportunity to fellowship and worship at home." Nicholas added

Dj Nicholas is slated to be the Caribbean representative on a major event in Florida in October which features Kirk Franklin, William McDowell among others. After the Jamaican launch of 'The Audiologist', DJ Nicholss will continue the album promotion in the US. The album will also be available for digital purchase on July 21.

For more updates om Dj Nicholas follow him on social media @djnicholas1.

Information courtesy of:
Janice Young | PR Director/Event Coordinator/ Advertising Consultant

StreetCred Jamaica | PR, Bookings, Event Management & Advertising Consultation
80 Constant Spring Road - Unit 6
Kingston, Jamaica

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Disrespecting a Cultural Icon is a NO NO

Monday, July 17, 2017

Just a few moments ago we typed "Disrespecting an Icon" into Google search and Dancehall singer Ishawna came up. It is safe to say that she is "trending", we here at The Haute Lifestyle are not in the business of bashing or disrespecting women but! we thought it made sense to shed light on what she did.

The popular Instagram post with the singer dressed in a barely there outfit with the words:

 "Mi nuh dress inna tablecloth like Miss Lou" sent many in a frenzy on Social Media and Miss Lou herself came back to life and dissed her in true Miss Lou Fashion. For my international readers who might not have known who Miss Lou is, think of her as the Maya Angelou of the Caribbean, she brought Jamaican Creole to life by way of story telling and poetry. Here is what Google said "Louise Simone Bennett-Coverley or Miss Lou, OM, OJ, MBE, was a Jamaican poet, folklorist, writer, and educator". 

I think as an adult female, there are certain things you just don't do which includes Insulting a cultural Icon! I think this is where my generation often go wrong; the line between respect and disrespectful is often blurred and we have no respect for those before us who paved the way so we could have access to certain resources. We kinda understand what she was saying .. ish, after all that is what you do on Instagram; you wear next to nothing clothing then you quote a scripture or something similar to Ishawna. We think this one went a bit too far in all aspects and she should give a formal, sincere apology to the Minister of Culture and the people of Jamaica on a whole and explain why she thought it was necessary to make that reference. All in all, Ishawna was successful in being a trending topic on Social Media so she got something out of all of this debauchery.

What are your thoughts on the Issue?

"Jack Mandora ... mi nuh choose none" 

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