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bigbeautifulblackgirls:

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top/skirt: @shopluxevain
photographer: @saloanrochelle_
bigbeautifulblackgirls:

On Monday August 4th 2014 we celebrated #MegaMonday here in #Barbados the last lap during our #CropOver season. I managed to get a few photos of some of the bands while on the road which I will post shortly but for those who don’t know much about my culture and crop over here is a little history.

Crop Over (formerly called “Harvest Home”), is a traditional harvest festival which began in Barbados, having had its early beginnings on the sugar cane plantations during the colonial period. The crop over tradition began in 1688, and featured singing, dancing and accompaniment by bottles filled with water, shak-shak, banjo, triangle, fiddle, guitar, and bones. Other traditions included climbing a greased pole, feasting and drinking competitions. Originally a celebration signaling the end of the yearly sugar cane harvest, it has since evolved into Barbados’ biggest national festival similar to Carnival in  #Brazil and #Trinidad.
fashionistaswonderland:

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fashionistaswonderland:

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azurha:

fashionwolf:

i have an obsession with leather shorts 

Same ^
ildgaf:

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my-opossum-is-awesome:

I want to be her color.
blvckhippie:

africanfashion:

My heart is melting! Priceless smile.

Aw what a gem!
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Natasha Ndlovu
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