ComplexCon Thoughts

The So She Slays team had the pleasure of attending this year’s ComplexCon held in Long Beach California. This being the 3rd Annual ComplexCon and our team’s very first time experiencing the world of Complex brought to life we thought we would share with you some of our take a ways.


“My favorite part of ComplexCon was being around dope individuals who are empowering people in a genuine connection. That we learn from our “L’s” aka our losses and need to make sure we show empathy towards negative individuals.”


“My favorite part of ComplexCon was getting to listen to the Complex Conversations and getting to be apart of a live typing of Open Late with G-Easy. Listening to all of these in-depth perspectives on how important it is to really be self-aware was so inspiring. I’m a tad bias and think that the Complex Conversation panel entitled, “Women Behind the Lens” was by far my favorite piece about the entire event just because I can relate to it so much and it’s such a relevant topic.”


“From Yara Shadidi to Hype Williams, the Complex Conversations were my favorite part. I learned how to not worry about other people’s opinions and to make sure I allow time for self care. My least favorite part about Complex Con was the amount of people in attendance. Although I as able to have a chance to experience my favorite role models intimately, I wish I could move freely around without feeling like I would lose my spot or wouldn’t be let back in. Despite that minor disappointment, after leaving ComplexCon, I felt ready to take on the world.”


“My favorite part of ComplexCon was hearing the common message from all the speakers: Be your most AUTHENTIC self.


“My favorite part of ComplexCon was the fact that the event was for all genders, bg, and influencers not just for people with money. It was a place to look towards fashion or learn fashion, food, music, lifestyle, and learn from others. It’s also good because street wear is becoming a fashion statement and it’s not all about high end. It was great to see people hustle to get what they want in terms of clothes. Okay this is getting deep…low key my favorite part was hearing about people getting into it over a Diamond Supply.”

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