4 Best Dressed Stars NAACP Image Awards😱🔥

Elegant Fashion Styles That Made Me Look Twice… Whatever you wear make sure it feels good!

 

Letitia Wright, 25 won Best Breakthrough Role In Motion Picture, “Black Panther.”

The 5’5 actress gracefully accepted her award at the 2019 NAACP 50th annual celebration, in a conservative styled black and silver tulle gown rocking her natural cornrows. She quoted how GOD help her out of depression and to never give up!

 “The red carpet and a nice dress looks great, but people on the inside are feeling sad and feeling broken, so how can I encourage them tonight. ~Letitia

 

Yara Shahidi, 19 nominated for Outstanding Actress in a Comedy Series on the hit television series grown-ish (Freeform)

Love this wear, it hides a lot and gives so much more. This Harvard student is at work setting her own agenda in classic black pumps standing in Balmain minidress with a giant ruffle down the middle and pointed shoulders. The 5’3 actress complimented the night stunningly.

“There’s an intentional knowledge disparity in any industry, which is tied to the maintaining of power. I love the fact that this community of women is disintegrating that. I’ve been able to reap the benefits of it, and I’m also fortunate to have my parents with me, guiding me.” ~ Yara

 

Marsai Martin, 14 won Best Performance by a Youth in a Series and Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series.

Young trailblazer had an exciting night in a beaded “sleeveless,” sparking black gown with perfectly shaped designs. Her dress gave me chills. She’s the youngest executive producer of Motion Picture “Little,” schedule to released in theaters April,12.

 “Believe in yourself. Push to your highest limit. Be confident that you can do it. If you take that one push to do it, then God’s got the rest. Just leave it up to him.” ~Marsai 

 

Danai Guria, 41 won the award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in the Motion Picture,“Black Panther.”

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Posed on the red carpet like a QUEEN in a stunning Afro shaped hair styled, highlighting her architectural designed dress. She accepted the NAACP award feeling powerful and thankful!

“The beauty of this project “Black Panther,” is that we as diaspora made this film successful and were just getting started as a diaspora, were just getting started.” ~Danai

 


“Love The Skin Your In.”

By Sanestina Hunter, Thanks for Reading!

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