The red and black plaid flannel jackets have been a selection of the Ojibwa wear for many years. The Ojibwa are associated with plaid jackets, or "lumberjack shirts" which are in fact used in the country in colder regions like Michigan, Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Canada. My family still uses them in Michigan to go hunting. When hunting and living in remote regions, my people are more concerned with staying alive and warm than being fashionable
The connections between dress and both individuals and collective identities continue to be of interest to scholars and practitioners in the world of fashion and dress. Fashion is a driving force for community and unity. Communicating and connecting to culture through fashion empowers strength and great confidence. Ayasha brand believes if you feel confident in what you wear then you are Empower Cultural Connection and build strength from within. Confidence also comes from knowledge about what fashion style you are presenting to the world.
Topics Coming to Ayasha Fashion Brand Blog This Week include Hardships Ojibwe Native Americans face in Bitter Cold Winters. Number one to be a successful Fashion Designer and Brander as a Native American in today's society.