1.3 // Nobody Looks Perfect

Have you met Elisabeth Donaldson yet? Professional thrifter, vintage stylist, actress, and model. She shares how owning your uniqueness is what makes it appealing to others, why she refuses to engage in putting herself down, and how, NEWS FLASH: nobody looks perfect. Words cannot express how much you come alive in her presence. Her confidence and authenticity gives you permission to be your truest self, and I can’t wait for you to experience it.

If you took a tornado and threw in glitter, feathers, one of those longgg multi colored clown scarves, 60’s polyester, and blue eyes that see to the center of your soul, you might have some semblance of what to expect.

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In this episode:

  • The 21 year trend cycle

  • Refusing to engage in putting ourselves and other women down

  • Owning your uniqueness

  • How spirituality changes how you view your body

  • Beauty is not the end game

  • Self-obsession imprisons you in your own body and robs you experiencing the world

  • The connection between hair color and personality types

  • You don’t have to be beautiful to be funny

  • Nobody looks perfect

  • Caring for ourselves the way we care for our prized possessions

  • The more we know ourselves, the more we can start accepting ourselves

 

“Style is an opportunity to bring a little art with you wherever you go. Your body is like a little museum. It’s an invitation to bring beauty into any environment.” - @elisabeth.donaldson #prettypleaseshow

References:

Zenon: Girl of the 21st Century
Brave New World by Aldous Huxley
30 Rock
Iris Apfel
Advanced Style

Let’s Hang:

Taylor // insta - @taylornick // taylornick.com
Elisabeth // insta - @elisabeth.donaldson // 365 Days of Thrift

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Special thanks to Nashville based musicians, Matt Kass and Vance Fite, for creating the theme music for Pretty Please