The British supermodel is only 25 years old before she walked the ramp for Chanel and gathered a whopping 41 million followers on Instagram. A horde of folks still thinks models are meant to be gorgeous, sexy, and just perfect-basically unlike a human. The media has been a big influence to create that line of thought about models.
Cara is unconventional in every way one can imagine. She is great at what she does but is careful not to put herself in a box of archetypes. The stunning looking Delevinge has a ton to teach us, every day proving herself to be more than how jaw-dropping looks.
Here are three of the hundred things we should learn from the 25-year-old.
Laugh at yourself
If anyone knows or follows Cara, they will know how goofy she is. Her sarcasm is over the top and people hardly get it, but if they do, they can laugh hard. Her ability to laugh at herself and joke around about herself is commendable. Sometimes the sign that we love ourselves is our ability to laugh at yourselves. Cara Delevingne opened up about her struggle with depression and suicidal thoughts but today she stays true to herself and just lights up the room with her sassiness.
Embrace your imperfections
We have all of them, it is human to be imperfect, have flaws, scars, and traits that may not be the best in us but still a huge part of who we are. It is always good to grow and learn from things but there are some things we have that nobody else does and they must be embraced and expressed, doing so builds self-love and confidence. Cara has never hidden her imperfections, she plays around and has fun with them. Be like Cara.
Don’t be afraid to be different
It is a cliche to say we are all different, but the truth is we all know folks who are indifferent, people who are simply mediocre in thought and deed, and who are just afraid to be anything else. Sometimes it is us. But if there is a crowd to criticize you, there will also be a bunch who will applaud you and love you.
When influencers like Cara Delevingne can afford to be different than what she is told to be, we all should be.