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Ashro Woman: Michelle B

Meet Ashro Woman of the Week MICHELLE B.

Meet Ashro Woman of the Week, Michelle B.

Ashro Woman of the Week MICHELLE, a black woman with short hair, wearing a red necklace and drop earrings.

As you can see, beautiful Michelle has standout style. On the outside, her style leans on vibrant colors and Afrocentric flair. On the inside, her spirit leans on faith. Every morning, she wakes up for God. “When He wakes me up, I am ready to venture out and explore new things…I have a strong faith, and it is my substance.” 

Like many of us, Michelle lives out her faith by helping people through her work. She also lives out her faith by being a mother figure—even though she’s never biologically born a child. “Because I had no children, I always helped with raising other children.” 

During Michelle’s free time, she attends church activities and spends time with her greatest influence: her 95-year-old father. “My dad is the sweetest, most lovable man. He worked hard to achieve his goals. He always likes to make other people happy.” 

While she has been blessed with a phenomenal father, Michelle is still looking for a like-minded man. No matter what happens, though, we suspect that Michelle will be following her own best advice: “Live life like it’s your last last day.”

Michelle B.
1. Why are you an Ashro woman?
I always had that flair for fashion. I dress with vibrant colors an ethnic style. I enjoy Ashro because I can always find something that is truly my style.
2. What is your favorite part about fashion and style?
I can always have a different style that stand out from the rest.
3. What makes you get up every morning?
God. When he wakes me up I am ready to venture out I and explore new things.
4. Your best advice?
Live life like it’s your last last day.
5. What small thing makes you happy?
When some one compliments me.
6. What has been your greatest struggle…and your greatest (or latest) triumph?
My greatest struggle has been being single. Divorced for many years and not being able to find one who shares your same common goal as you in life.
7. How do you spend your free time?
I have a 95 year old Dad that I had to put in nsg home. I spend a lot of time with him. I also attend a lot of church activities.
8. What do you do for a living? What do you like most about it? What don’t you like?
I work in the Insurance field for the State. I find it rewarding to help people with getting coverage for insurance. I have a long commute to work and that has become tiresome.
9. Who influenced you the most in your life. Why? And in what way?
My Dad has influenced me the most. He is the sweetest loveable man. He worked hard to achieve his goals. He always likes to make other people happy.
10. What is your best dish? Who do you make it for—and where do you typically serve it?
I make a great Spinach Salad. I bring it to Church and they love it.
11. Are you a woman of faith? How does that faith affect your life? Please tell us more?
Yes I have a strong faith and it is my substance. It keeps me going. I find pleasure in pleasing God.
12. What makes you laugh?
I can find humor in any little thing.
13. What lessons has motherhood (or being a grandmother) taught you?
I am not a mother but because I had no children. I always helped with raising other children. It paid off because I have seen how well they have turned out. I think I have mothered others with out having my own biological children.
16. How would you describe the Ashro woman? How do you embody her? Does the brand mean something to you? Any memories associated with the catalog?
The Ashro women is a phenomenal wonen with class and style. I wear her well.

Thanks for your bright inspiration, Michelle!

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Comments (1)

I like Ashro because I’m a church going person, and the dresses are long enough, where, I feel comfortable when I sit down. I sing in the choir.

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