I am a strong believer that women should empower one another. It’s this belief that fuels my anger when I see women being mean to one another, mainly through social media where they’re able to hide behind a computer screen.
On the other hand, it’s refreshing when I see women support and respect one another. “The success of every single woman is the inspiration for another” – Diane Von Furstenberg. This is one of my favourite quotes by Diane, who is one of my biggest inspirations in life, second to my wonderful mother of course.
This topic is something I feel strongly about, which is why I was thrilled when Atterley Road contacted me to let me know about their latest campaign #ARWOMAN. Their mission is to get women openly celebrating one another and sharing with everyone who their inspiration is. What a lovely idea!
My #ARWOMAN is Diane Von Furstenberg, simply because she is empowered and empowering. Not content with living through somebody else’s wealth, she worked extremely hard and persevered when a lot of people would have given up, to create her own empire. She is a self-made successful woman who oozes confidence and passion. Diane’s clothing line reflects her spirit and is designed with the aim of allowing other women to feel confident and strong from the moment they tie the wrap of their dress.
What I would like to know is, who inspires you? It is completely personal to yourself, and there is no right or wrong answer. Upload a picture of your inspiration to Instagram with the hashtag #ARWOMAN to join in with the campaign and help spread the word!
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Diane Von Furstenberg shares my belief that women should empower one another. I am inspired by her ambition and success. She has taught me to stay true to myself and that confidence comes from knowing who I am and what I believe in. What woman inspires you? Atterley Road’s #ARWOMAN campaign is hoping to get women opening celebrating other woman. Share with us your inspiration!
I wanted to share with you Diane’s top 10 rules to live by, which I once read in Elle and they’ve stuck with me ever since: