The attributes of beauty and multifaceted talent has a broad linkage with the vast challenge of women empowerment. One can say women empowerment is progressing in leaps and bounds.
Our reporter travelled along the coast of Lagos, Nigeria’s commercial state, in order to convey the thoughts of a well-known fashionpreneur and stylist.
There, we had a cheerful conversation with Obiamaka Oragwu, also known as Obis Ora.
Moreover, Obiamaka Oragwu is a fashion influencer, who has established a fashion brand that declutters fashion items and brings lovely bargains to her audience.
Hence, Wardrobe Merchant.
Taking a walk down her life, she disclosed about her family, as she is married with two children and hails from Anambara State.
While growing up, she had battled with self-confidence and somehow, she found her way through it. Being in the shoes of most people battling with this problem, made her realize she could make them conquer such feeling.
Her lessons are related to empowering women to live their best lives and not look like their problems. This and many more she has said publicly in conferences, meet-and-greet sessions, interviews on shows like “The Innovators”, where she spoke on DIY law conference.
Likewise The Medflit show, where she spoke on body positivity, self-esteem, body types, Plus Size Fashion Week Africa, Style 101, etcetera.
Particularly, the fashion influencer shared how she combines her passion for fashion to comb styles tricks and hacks to enable women wear those outfits they thought they would not be needing.
Finally, her favorite activities includes shopping for clothes and beauty items and then dressing up in them. As a result, she enjoys going out to eat, and having a good time with friends and family.