How to Dress Like Issa From Insecure


Insecure first aired in 2016 and I began watching it in 2018. Although I was a late to the movement, I cannot get enough of this show! From the soundtrack to the important Black culture conversations that take place on Insecure, watching Issa and the rest of the crew always brings a smile to my face. Each season I find myself downloading majority of the soundtracks, grinning happily at Issa’s latest love interest, and yelling in celebration for the light shed on gentrification, Black love and friendship.

Anxiously awaiting season four with the rest of the world, I couldn’t have been more pleased with how well it was written, directed and outfitted. Season four had me doubting my loyalty to Lawrence while rooting for the underdog, Nathan. This season depicted mental health in the Black community and postpartum depression so beautifully. It showed Inglewood — a city just 35 miles…

Continue Reading to the Source


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here