Tuesday, 11 November 2008

Between UK and Nigeria

Now that i am almost settled in both countries (don't ask me how, but now i have a schedule that works for both). Business start up is hard and very tedious but since its mine, i have to go on despite the difficulties. At the moment, i am marketing my design business (i call custom clothing design) to get in more clients. my target group is working class, between the ages of 25 - 40. So far, i have also decided to create 5 garments to show the quality and finishing touches on each garment. Its very promising, because if there is one thing that is sure about Nigerian women is their confidence in their style. In short, they love to look good and they don't skimp on cost. But i will share this journey with you all and let you know how i am getting on (my trials and triumphs).

2 comments:

anita said...

hi i really like these fabrics they are very beautiful and gives so much character to te ones that wear them wether it men or women.it very solid and lasts long and the colour choices are just crazy.very stylish

Anita

Evenstar said...

Thanks, it was so hard deciding on them, the colours were just overwhelming and beautiful. I almost ran myself crazy with ideas when i went the the wax print market depot.
I will put up the outfits for the show as soon as i get them. thanks again.