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About Krystle

This experience was life-changing because life tested my ability to survive independently. Physical and emotional injuries challenged me, losses, failures, and setbacks that would have caused me to throw in the towel had it not been for the foundational lessons my parents taught me about morals and challenges. 

They taught me that to overcome my life's challenges, I would have to stay morally grounded. Then, I would have to master my thoughts and translate those challenges into lessons. My challenges wouldn't go away until they taught me what I needed to know. If I learned from them, they would accelerate my emotional and mental growth and provide me with experiences in dealing with problems that I might face in the future.

Every successful person has gone through a challenge one way or another, which has enabled them to become who and what they are today. Martin Luther King Jr. once said, "the measure of a [woman] is not where [she] stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where [she] stands at times of challenge and controversy."

My life's challenges encoded being a Bawse into my DNA! Which caused me to have the insatiable or contagious drive that fueled me to become an officer in the U.S. Army, a real estate developer, property owner, a real estate agent, director of a 501(c)(3) organization, a boutique owner, and other things I have yet to discover! 

I love to see women using their life's challenges to become the grandest version of the most extraordinary vision they've ever seen of themselves – Bawse! My products are for Bawse women and young ladies. It is my goal that in every fashion piece and product, every young girl and woman feels like a BAWSE!!

As I lead by example, I hope to inspire and encourage women to become their own respective Bawse. I must help every Bawse become the best part of their own passions! I encourage every Bawse to live by my personal, professional, and life mantra, which is a quote by Emma Bombeck that reads, "When I stand before God at the end of my life, I would hope that I would not have a single bit of TALENT left, and could say, "I used everything you gave me."