Here at Goddiva Girl, we are celebrating IWD with a look at a strong, intelligent women who inspire our Goddiva Girls as this week our blog celebrates sisterhood…
This Sunday the 8th of March is International Woman’s Day and here at Goddiva, we are giving you 20% off our collections across the site from today until midnight on Sunday so you can celebrate IWD by treating yourself for being so fabulous! Modern life is difficult enough particularly for women, things can not always happen as easily they should with lots of barriers causing sexual inequality even in 2020 and issues such as unfair differences in pay brackets in certain high profile careers as well as unnecessary taxing on feminine hygiene products causing lots of young girls and women living in period poverty so even with all the progress already made in women being able to vote and better access to education there still remains to be some issues that need further resolution. This globally recognized day celebrates the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women and all the positive points on being the fairer sex. Here at Goddiva, we make clothing for our modern go-getting Goddiva Girls who love glitter and sequins yet have sass and intelligence and know what they want and how to get it. We hope our collections inspire ambitious, strong, independent women and make you feel like anything is achievable when wearing our clothing designed to flatter women and make them feel their best.
Goddiva Girl role models Rebel Wilson, Michelle Obama and Cara Delevingne
In a world where social media and celebrity status can often overshadow morals and values, a Goddiva Girl aspires to female role models who use their platform to do good. Amal Clooney may be married to an A list Hollywood actor but it’s her role as a Human Rights lawyer and mother that both help her make a positive mark on the world. Similarly, music legend Annie Lennox produced a film highlighting global feminism for 2019’s IWD using her iconic songs on the soundtrack to highlight how far society still has to go to give women equal rights. The Style Icon of the ’80s has herself encouraged her daughters Tali and Lola to be strong beautiful women. British stars Emma Watson and Stephanie Davis have grown up in the limelight but don’t shy away from campaigning for better rights and law amendments. Natalie Portman used these years Oscars to protest against the Male-Dominated Best Actor category by having the names of the female directors ignored by the academy onto her Oscars red carpet ensemble. Rebel Wilson, Adele, and Lizzo all inspire young girls there are no limits to your achievements and that size really does not matter. Fashionista Cara Delevingne shows success in many careers is achievable and your sexuality shouldn’t hold any boundaries to what you can achieve. Thandie Newton, Malin Anderson, Michelle Obama, and UN ambassador Angelina Joilie are just a few other examples of fierce women the Goddiva Girl admirers and are inspired to be like.
Our Goddiva Girl blog often has to Take Over weeks where we have aspirational females taking over the page to share their opinions on our brand and sharing with you their style, lifestyle advice, and antidotes. Only last week the gorgeous Clara Holmes from Rollin Funky shared her vegan lifestyle and gave us an insight into living with a disability yet not letting it limit her living her life to the fullest, her infectious positivity is exactly what we would expect of a Goddiva Girl. Curve model Danielle Gardiner is another of our takeover girls who inspires our Goddiva Girls with her sassy style and positive attitude to getting the most out of life.
Goddiva Girl Danielle Gardiner – @danielle_curve_model wearing our Goddiva Plus wrap dress, £65 in emerald green
Goddiva Girl Isabel – @bella_lovelyyy wearing the Stephanie Pratt Collection sweetheart embroidered dress, £69 in black .
Goddiva Girl Helen Scott – @helenscottuk wears the Vicky Pattinson Collection halterneck jumpsuit, £59 in cerise.
Goddiva Girl Clara Holmes – @rollinfunky wears the Goddiva one sleeve sequin maxi dress, £85 in champagne.
Our Goddiva Celebrity Collections are designed by strong determined women both Stephanie Pratt and Vicky Pattison embody the Goddiva Girl values of triumphing over adversity and embodying strong, powerful businesswomen. Vicky’s use of bold citrus colours is so popular and Goddiva Girl Helen Scott modelled Vicky’s popular jumpsuit in her takeover column. Stephanie’s Made in Chelsea life style calls for glamour and sparkles and Goddiva Girl Isabel here models one of her edits beautiful sequin encrusted skater dresses.
So this International Woman’s Day shop smart with Goddiva and proudly be the smart, sassy, female your were born to be.