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NEW YORK – Sept. 14, 2017 – ANEWSWIRE — Meet Princess Jenkins, founder, chief visionary, speaker and marketing strategist for Harlem’s Crown Jewel, The Brownstone (www.thebrownstonewoman.com). Jenkins has been dressing full-figured women for the important moments in their lives for over three decades. The Brownstone counts black girl magic, royalty from the stage, television, music, film and politics as personal clients: Patti Labelle, Jennifer Holiday, Lillias White, Ann-Marie Horsford, Angie Stone and Simon Meeks (wife to Congressman Gregory Meeks) just to name a few.

“Stop waiting to lose weight to buy a new wardrobe, dress the fat you got. As women, we must not allow the media to sell us unhealthy body images. The average woman is a size 12 through 14. At my boutique, we empower women to celebrate a healthy mind and body,” says Princess Jenkins. The boutique features a unique collection of contemporary designer clothing, one of a kind accessories, and gifts. The Brownstone offers its clients a distinctively private shopping experience for customer sizes 12-20 seeking quality, value and most of all customer service. From the high-level corporate business person to celebrities and women in the arts they all delight in the private exclusive shopping environment offered at The Brownstone. Known for a high level of customer service this popular boutique is illuminated with chandeliers, accented with oak wood floors and hand-painted textured walls for a distinctive and unique shopping environment.

Princess Jenkins’ Winter Fashion Tips for the Curvy & Confident Woman:

Do’s:

• Dress for success: Always dress for your body type, play up assets and cover the flaws
• Be Bold: Purchase signature pieces and pair them with the classics
• Make Smart Investments: Step up your shoe and accessories game
• Be Unpredictable: Mix patterns and prints to stand out

· Be colorful: Embrace shades of orange red and lush green

· Layer up: Experiment with shapes draping, patterns and layers

Don’t:

• Stop waiting to lose weight to buy a new wardrobe, dress the fat you got
• Be afraid to experiment with the latest trend, own it
• Shop by size tag, purchase the size that fits you best (no one sees the tag)

Jenkins’ Brownstone has been featured in “O” Magazine, New York Times, New York Magazine, Daily News, Black Enterprise, WABC-TV-Here and Now, Good Morning America. The Brownstone has been voted one of the 25 Most Popular Boutiques in the country; recipient of the Crain’s Small business of the Year Award; SBA Small Business Champion of the Year; 1010 Wins Radio Award; and the prestigious Brookings Institute Award for Urban Retailing. She is also featured in a permanent exhibit on entrepreneurship at the Museum of Finance on Wall Street.

When not immersed in one of her loves, fashion and beauty, she can be found teaching, How to Start a Successful Brick & Mortar Boutique at FIT (The Fashion Institute of Technology) in the CEO Department. Jenkins personal saying, “When the worlds of fashionand beauty collide, what emerges is style.” The Brownstone represents the ultimate – style at work.

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