Mary J. Blige and LL Cool J's wife stun in white outfits paired with high-heeled boots in picture

Edduin Carvajal
Aug 15, 2018
01:37 P.M.
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Singer and songwriter Mary J. Blige joined LL Cool J’s wife, Simone Smith, to talk about their new project on E! News and posted a photo of their outing on Instagram.

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In the image, Blige was wearing a loose and tiny white dress, knee-high, black, and silver heels, and a couple of accessories, including a big necklace, round earrings, and bracelets.

Smith, on the other hand, put on a white shirt covered by a long matching coat, denim shorts, and knee-high green and black boots. Smith also put on several pieces of jewelry that made her look beautiful.

One of the aspects that captured more attention about the pair was that both of them opted for braid their hair, enhancing their look significantly.

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For the caption, Blige urged her followers to tune up E! News as she and Smith would be talking about their new jewelry line titled Sister Love. As soon as the picture was uploaded, fans took to the comment section to share their thoughts.

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One of them was Instagram user Myc Davis, who admitted that the footwear that both women chose took her breath away. User Brandi Melvin chimed in and said that the pair looked like two “beautiful round da way [sic]” girls.

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SISTER LOVE – THEIR JEWELRY LINE

As People reported, Blige teamed up with Smith, who has been working as a jewelry designer for a while already and launched Sister Love together. It debuted at the Essence Festival and their first pair, titled Queen Hoop Earrings, was worth $199.99.

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WHAT MADE THEM WORK TOGETHER?

“Our friendship inspired the collection. With Mary being one of my biggest supporters – personally and professionally – it only made sense to create a line that represented our love for big hoop earrings,” revealed Smith.

Blige finally added that their collection was about “Queenz Rek-a-Nize Queenz,” which means that every “strong, beautiful, confident, and powerful” woman (a Queen) could recognize, love, and support another one.

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