With 2017, Expect More from African Fashion

With 2017, Expect More from African Fashion

It’s the 3rd day of 2017. Happy New Year. 2016 was one heck of a year. I must admit, I checked out of the year before it ended. One evidence, very minimal post since September. But it is well. They say with a new year, starts new beginnings. I pray and hope that 2017 will be the best year for everyone in love with African Fashion. For me personally, I look forward to it with great expectations. I look forward to writing more. I look forward to achieving all that I can ever hope or dream of, but most of all patience. I look forward to being very patient with African Fashion in 2017. The stage has been set for us to thrive. All we now have to do is work hard. Of course there will be ups and downs, but if we are patient, all will be well.

My goal for 2017 will be to make ISR different from what many are already accustomed to. This is still one woman opinion on African Fashion and I intend to make my opinion look and feel more luxurious. I will do my best to inject new elegance and energy into every post you will read in 2017. Sustained performance will be key in 2017. I can easily get distracted with life. I am a wife, a mother, a professional and so to be honest, life can be quite hectic. I have a solution though. My hope for 2017 is to continually realign different parts of my life so as to work in union with my hopes and dreams for this site.I know that it will not be easy. So I make no promises for 2017. But my worldview on African Fashion will be large, not small, deliberately opinionated, not cut and paste, and engaging, not redundant. This new direction will take time, commitment, and dedication. For 2017, you can count on ISR to always remain the voice of African Fashion.

Sincerely,

Isioma

 

 

Happy 2016 to African Fashion and Beyond

Hello everyone and by now I am sure that 2016 is off to a great start. Let me take the time to thank everyone that helped make ISR great in 2015. I am totally thankful for all your likes, all your comments, and even just the idea of stopping by. I look forward to a prosperous 2016. Lord knows that my plans for this site are beyond me and I would only ask for your patience as we take the journey together into 2016. By the way I have been out of the country for a much needed and long overdue vacation with my family and as I write this post, I am reminded as to why it is necessary to take a break from everything. It matters not just for your overall health and well being, but also for thinking or making plans for your future. See I went to a place that allowed me to reflect as well as appreciate that this thing called life is something that we should cherish every moment of. I went to a place that allowed me wake up everyday reflecting on the privilege life I have in the US. It is a privilege and a tremendous one to have clean running water to drink and take your bath with every day. It is a privilege to even have light or even a washing machine to wash your clothes. These are things we take for granted in the US and my visit to Nimo Village in Nigeria allowed me to reflect on why it is necessary to live each day to the fullest in the land of opportunity. One of my favorite movies of all time is The Devil Wears Prada and because of the line “a million people would kill to have this opportunity.” I want to believe that a million people will do anything to have access to clean water or electricity and if you are among those that have access to both, well you are among the lucky people on planet earth.

This is how my 2016 has started thus far. I have no resolutions for this site, except to say that I look forward to write more opinion pieces about how I feel about African Fashion. I will do my best to consistently portray written pieces that honest, relevant and sincere. I do not want to bring any brand or anyone down and so I respect that disagreements that people may have from time to time. My goal is to remain the one true site dedicated to celebrating that which we all love about African Fashion, one post at a time. I also intend to merge my 2 loves, health and fashion for a better Africa in 2016, though you would have to be patient with me on this. I want to take the opportunity to wish  a Happy 2016 to African Fashion and assure you that you can always count on us to remain the voice of African fashion in 2016.

Happy New Year

It is 2014: Happy New Year

Happy-new-year-2014-greeting-cards-112014 is finally year and I declare that it would overflow with joy and prosperity for everyone. Isioma’s Style Report started 6 months ago out of a sheer need to write about style and portray my beautiful African culture positively and I sincerely thank all of you that came along for the ride in 2013. I love Africa, my home country of Nigeria and my Igbo culture and I absolutely adore style. My intent was just to serve as a platform where style could be curated for those who love Africa, are from Africa and/or live outside Africa. I really don’t know what 2014 holds, but for my part, I will work hard to ensure that it is full of luxurious style and African culture from an intelligent point of view. So from my family to yours, Happy New Year.

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