Listen Up: How LaTonya Yvette is Making Space for Women of Color
If you’ve ever spent time in lifestyle-blog land, chances are you’ve stumbled across LaTonya Yvette—and that first encounter probably involved a gasp at how great her OOTD game is. But in addition to being a stellar stylist, she tackles weighty topics around parenting, illness, and identity. Listen in as she talks about the process of bringing her POV to her brand-new book, Woman of Color, that is, of course, as beautiful as it is compelling.
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Keep up with LaTonya’s blog, and follow her on Instagram (duh).
Snag her book, Woman of Color, and keep an eye on that page for a reading near you.
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