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International Women's Day

International Women's Day, observed annually on March 8th, celebrates the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women worldwide. It's a time to honour the extraordinary contributions of women throughout history and their ongoing journey towards equality. From advocating for women's rights to breaking barriers in various fields, women continue to inspire and drive positive change globally. This day serves as a reminder of the need for gender equality, empowerment, and inclusivity. 
As we celebrate International Womens Day this year, we wanted to celebrate and get to know the women behind Yogi! We sat down and spoke with our Production and Development Manager, Samira Meer, learning about her...

Can you share a little bit about what your role entails?

I look after everything product related from development through to order placement and overseeing production and shipment. I work very closely with our Yogi supplier to ensure every detail is correctly executed and on time.

 
What Yogi style is your most worn?

I love my leather Finn’s with a negative heel. They’re a cross between a shoe and a trainer and really distinctive. I find the negative heel comfortable to wear all day and the tumbled off-white leather is the perfect colour for Spring.
 
 

What is your favourite thing about your workday?

I really like working with a premium product and the market segment that I work in, as it is product led and that’s what excites me.
 

How do you typically style your Yogi’s?

I usually wear my Yogi’s with a pair of barrel leg jeans and a simple organic plain t. shirt. I also think they look great with a long skirt or dress.
 

What does International Womens Day mean to you?

It’s about celebrating Women from all socio-economic and cultural backgrounds and their achievements. It’s also an opportunity for women to champion each other and create awareness around women’s issues including gender-based violence and discrimination.
 

What advice would you give to your younger self?

I would probably tell myself to worry less about the future and have faith that everything works out in the end. Also, wear sun cream!
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