Friday Female: Spotlight on Brittney Meads
Hello beautiful people! It is Friday and of course that means its time for another instalment of Friday Female, and this week in the spotlight is the uber talented Miss Brittney Meads. I met this beautiful lady literally a few weeks ago and I after just talking for 10 minutes, I immediately knew that I had to interview her.
Brittney is a self taught fashion designer, who also happens to make ALL her own clothes from scratch just about everyday. She has just finished designing a dress for Ted Baker, has a Menswear collection launching in a few months and is only 26 years old.
What is Friday Female?
Friday Female is all about the empowered woman who is unapologetically following her passion/s and choosing to live life on her own terms. Brittney is all that and so much more. We sat down to talk about life, her career and the art of being happy. Put your kettle on, make yourself a nice cup of tea and watch the interview below. There were quite a few golden nuggets that I took away from my time with Brittney, so make sure you scroll down after you watch the video.
From the moment Brittney opened her mouth to speak, I was mesmerised by her spirit. This is a lady who knows herself, what she wants and isn’t afraid to go for it! One thing that really stood out about her, is how happy and positive she is.
I love what she said about first job and learning that rejection didn’t need to be such a big a deal, and that once you get that one ‘yes’ then it’s totally worth it. She truly embodies and embraces her passion, hence her making clothes every single day, practising and honing her craft.
My biggest takeaway from this interview was really that you’ve just got to go for whatever you want. Whatever your dream is, pursue it. We are limitless human beings with endless possibilities, all we have to do is look within ourselves. There is a certain liberation in just following your joy and doing what you love. Love yourself, follow your passion and love the life that you’re living.
You can check out Brittney on Instagram and Twitter. Make sure you show her some love, get in touch with her for some bespoke designs and look out for her exciting projects launching soon.
Thank you for taking the time t0 read this post, please be sure to let me know what you think in the comments below. If you like this post make you sure you share it with your friends, and if you’d like to be featured as Friday Female, then don’t hesitate to get in touch with me.
Until next time, love the life you’re living!
P.S. Did you see our last Friday Female Teurai? Check out her story here.
So inspiring…and beautiful clothes. It definitely shows in her personality how much happiness she gets from being so creative. Wish her much future success xx
She sounds lovely! It’s always good to read stories of women following their dreams too.
what a fab idea for a blog series. So motivating and empowering to hear about women like Brittney with much drive and success 🙂 x
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Brittney certainly sounds like a truly inspirational woman!
Brittney looks like a creative talent to see a eye on in 2018 and beyond….
What an inspiring read! I love reading about women who are pursuing their passions so successfully.
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She’s so inspirational and I love her fantastic energy!
What a great theme for a blog post. This is so inspiring and love the designs!
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I really like this blog! So much insipiration and powerful!! I just love it ! She is amazing!
she really is up, isn’t she? thank you for reading lovely. x
Aw lovely! Girl power and follow your dreams lovely
Oh my goodness that red dress
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Wow how inspiring!!! It definitely shows in her personality that she’s happy and doing what she loves. Great interview! All the best to her…
What a lovely post, I love hearing about other inspiring people, it takes a lot to keep pushing through after rejection, I’m glad she persevered! Great post!