Age Appropriate Back to School Fashion Outfits for Young Girls…

Happy Fashion Friday young ladies,

I wanted to share some cute but fashionable items that are age appropriate for 11-18 year old girls. Hear me out, I know you like shopping at stores where they have clothing for women that shows off curves and body parts but don’t you want to be respected?

You’re probably thinking, “I’m so turned off by what she’s saying now” no but really, your clothing says a lot before you can even say hello or have a formal conversation with someone, so let’s either reevaluate the items in our closets or rethink items we plan to purchase for the school year.

It’s been brought to my attention that many of you have started school and probably think this couldn’t be useful for you, but in fact it is…Let us look at t-shirts

Shirts with words, messages, pictures and if you can see through them:

-Is it positive?

-Does it give off the wrong message?

-Is what is on my shirt disturbing?

-Can you see my bra?

Now let’s look at outfits:

A great Fall look

Great outfit for high school girls

Dance attire

You can still look cute and dress your age ladies…

We hope you, and maybe parents enjoyed this post as well. We aren’t saying we are experts at styling young girls, but what we’ve shown here are great alternatives and ideas that you can take…

1st Annual Profit With A Purpose Essay Contest Recipient

If you follow us on TWITTER and FACEBOOK you know today was the day that I presented the award and gift card to our recipient Corie. She didn’t have a clue what was really going on. After I presented her gifts in a nice gift bag, her AVID Senior classmates applaud & congratulated her. She then gave me a hug. So sweet 🙂


I spoke a little about my mentoring program for girls, and they seemed very interested in it (10 girls in the class at the time). I handed out a few of my business cards so that they could contact me about their interest in signing up and doing community service.


I then later got the chance to speak to my former AVID teacher Mr. Varney about my ideas and my plans. He said he was very proud of me. He then shared some insight of the needs of the students/youth in our community. What he would like to see (Which was part of the essay question for the students “What changes would you like to see”). He then asked if I was interested in CPS (Child Protective Services). I had never thought about it. I do plan on getting my Masters soon, and hopefully my P.H.d
When I dream, I dream big. Although I tend to doubt myself from time to time, I’ve never NOT finish something that I started. I’ve never NOT stopped dreaming and writing out my goals because of my circumstances.


My actions speak louder than words, and that is more than perfect enough for me. All in all, I plan on making this an annual thing for the AVID Seniors. I was up in the air about it, but I think everything that I have in mind is my calling. With that being said, thank you to those that donated to this cause, we really appreciate it.


I have a project in mind that I plan on sharing with you all soon. Pictures of today’s event will be posted soon 🙂


-Ashley N.