Chantrise Holliman's Favorite Fashion Piece

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The Fashion Series with The Divas With Disabilities Project


The Divas With Disabilities Project introduced us to Dr. Chantrise Holliman.

Here she tells us about her favorite piece of clothing.

 
Chantrise is a black women with short platinium blond hair. She's wearing glasses, a white shirt, distressed light blue denim pants, and silver earrings and bangle. She's looking into the camera, smiling, sitting in a wheelchair. Her right leg is amputated above the knee. The other leg is amputated below the knee.

Chantrise: "I’m a jeans and tee-shirt kinda gal more often than not."

 

Chantrise tells us:


I like wearing leggings.

But my favorite piece of clothing is a comfortable pair of distressed jeans.

Distressed jeans are jeans that have a worn and vintage look.

I have many pairs from a brand called Resfeber.


Jeans were always my favorite clothes, long before my amputations and paralysis.

I have to change them to make them fit my limbs now.

But I still enjoy wearing the jeans.

I look and feel great in them!

 

Chantrise is a black women with short platinium blond hair. She's wearing glasses, a black t-shirt and blazer, distressed light blue denim pants, and a gold chain necklace and hoop earrings. She's speaking into a microphone, sitting in a wheelchair. Her right leg is amputated above the knee and the pant leg is shortend and rolled up. The other leg is amputated below the knee. She is surrounded by women listening to her speak.

Chantrise is an author, motivational speaker, and development trainer.

 

Chantrise is an author, motivational speaker, and professional development trainer.

A motivational speaker motivates and inspires an audience.

A professional development trainer helps people improve their best professional practices and themselves.


Chantrise says:

I mostly work at home.

Or, am working in a place where I don’t have to dress up.

I can dress up if I want to.

But I’m more a jeans and tee-shirt kind of girl.

 

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Find out more about Dr. Chantrise Holliman on the website www.drchantrise.com


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The Divas With Disabilities Project



This article is part of the fashion series with The Divas With Disabilities Project.

The Divas With Disabilities Project is a non-profit organization.


Black and brown women and girls with physical disabilities are rarely seen in the media.

Media means the news, films, photographs, magazines, or online.

The Divas with Disabilities Project's wants to change this.

They are working to make sure that black and brown women with disabilities are seen in the media.


Find out more on the website:

www.divaswithdisabilities.org


 

Photo 1: Danna Lee Jones

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