Los Angeles, CA – African-American Designer and Owner and Creative Director of The Write Fit, LLC, Joshlyn Turner, launches Black Girls Got The Juice in celebration of Black History Month. The Black Girls Got The Juice collection empowers women of color and reminds them that their supernatural power is golden. The statement piece was created to enlighten, promote and appreciate the essence of Black women in the African-American community and around the world. The Black Girls Got The Juice collection comes in three styles: crop tee, fitted tee and crewneck sweatshirt in sizes S-3XL and is available on The Write Fit website at www.shopthewritefit.com.
The Write Fit is an ingenious online apparel company for men and women specializing in graphic apparel that relates the lives of individuals around the world and was established in June of 2013. The apparel is uniquely separated into eccentric themes like: “Soundtrack to Life,” “It’s a Man’s World” and “Love Me Write”. The request for children’s apparel sparked The Write Fit Kids, a collection that promotes education, positive self-image and inspires kids to achieve their goals.
“Black Girls Got The Juice is important to me because it is me. It is the presence, power and prestige of excellence. With so much emphasis placed on the perfection of image, I constantly look in the mirror and remind myself that I am enough. I sit back and look at the images portrayed on television and social media and I don’t want our Black girls thinking they have to shake their ass to have The Juice. Our ancestors gave us The Juice. We are the driving force of society, the leaders in entertainment, music and fashion. Everything we touch is golden. I want Black women young and old never to forget… Black Girls Got The Juice.”
Joshlyn doesn’t just talk about being a Black Girl with The Juice; she is a Black Girl with The Juice. Joshlyn holds the title of Youth Program Coordinator at a non-profit organization in San Diego, which offers a work readiness program for youth involved in the Juvenile Justice System. She graduated from Hampton University and then received her Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy. Joshlyn and long time friend, and Spelman graduate, Roberta Moore created the TurnMoore Dreams Scholarship, given to students with a GPA of 3.0 or higher attending a Historically Black College or University.
Brandi Walters, Owner of B Swank Hair Studio stated, “To be a Black Girl with The Juice is to realize how beautiful and powerful you are and to utilize your full potential every single day”.
The Black Girls Got The Juice collection is stylish with a statement that uplifts and celebrates the essence of Black women. The collection comes in three styles: crop tee, fitted tee and crewneck sweatshirt in sizes S-3XL and is available on The Write Fit website at www.shopthewritefit.com. To view the campaign video, search ‘Black Girls Got The Juice’ on YouTube. For additional information or questions about the apparel, email firstname.lastname@example.org.