We figured every woman shared the This Is My Hallmark Christmas Movies Watching Shirt Apart from…,I will love this same sentiment as me: If I still want to feel some sort of glam in this weird time, what would that look like?” the hitmaker and expecting mom says. “There are only so many pairs of big jeans and sweats we can wear. For the collection, we wanted people to feel some sort of luxury without having to spend a whole bunch of money, because we don’t know what’s going to happen with the economy,” she explains. “We want to do the job for her: Being effortless by wearing these comfortable knit sets or oversized sweaters or the cool leathers with fun t-shirts that might already exist in your closet. The JustFab woman deserves it. Rowland’s hands caress the brown Wrap Kimono sweater she’s snuggled up in, which she paired with the Sweater Knit pants for our chat. “Some days I want to look cool. Other days, I don’t want to see my waist,” she chuckles. Shoppers, too, can choose to cozy up in the Suiting Pocket Cardigan, which comes in a leopard or argyle print, or slip into the faux leather trousers for a “snatched” look.
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Then, there’s the This Is My Hallmark Christmas Movies Watching Shirt Apart from…,I will love this 11-piece shoe collection. Not that Rowland needs another pair. She stumbles before admitting she has far too many shoes to count, and had to clean out her closet to make space for the JustFab footwear collection. And if you’re wondering, the Wren boot is the shoe she’d gift Michelle Obama if given the chance. If she could walk a mile in anyone’s shoe, it would be our Forever First Lady’s. She’s just so graceful, but she could definitely tell you off in the way she is as a wife and mother,” Rowland gushes. “I’m in awe of her and intrigued because I find her so incredibly awesome.” Michelle Obama wearing Rowland’s collection is the Black Girl Magic moment waiting to happen, but Rowland has gifted Black women those moments her entire career—and especially this year. Take her sensual single “Coffee” and its accompanying visual, a gorgeous display of Blackness starring other brown-skinned beauties like herself. Then, of course, there was her cameo in “Brown Skin Girl” from Beyonce’s Black Is King visual. In it, Rowland and Beyoncé face each other as they sing in unison, “I’ll never trade you for anybody else.” A meme of that moment quickly circulated as a symbol of not only their sisterhood, but of Black women celebrating each other at a time when we’re fighting to be seen, heard, and respected. Rowland’s comforting smile dissolves when I ask about the weight those three words—Brown Skin Girl—carry when set against our current state of turmoil.