#imperfect = I’m perfect


Let’s talk for once about real life struggles and let’s leave all the shiny fashion circus behind us. Let’s talk about ourselves, about the fact, that nearly everybody of us isn’t happy with themselves. These negative feelings are mostly released by the media or maybe also by some stupid and ignorant people in our environment.

Now, with 23 years I can honestly say I’m happy with myself, exactly the way I am. But it wasn’t always like this, I remember my teeny years, where I almost hated everything about me. Typical teenager problems I guess. Even if I knew, that it was absolutely stupid to chase all these exaggerated (and photoshopped) beauty ideals, I secretly compared myself to the girls in the magazines and tv. Oh her boobs have the perfect size, oh her hair is so shiny and what a beautiful blonde tone and oh what a beautiful, white smile. Now remembering these thoughts I had with 14/15 I start laughing about myself, then none of this is/was real.
Of course it’s also about growing up and getting older to see clearer and more realistic and not to get blinded by these things. Because in the end we all know, that nobody is perfect. We should just start loving our little imperfections, which makes us interesting and individual! Also Esprit is aware of these struggles and in order to fight them, they launched the autumn campaign #imperfect (which shows the parallels of imperfect and im perfect). For this campaign they didn’t book real models, but just normal people like you and me. Everyone with its very own beauty and little imperfections. With the hashtag #imperfect on Instagram everyone can be part of this movement.



24 comments on “#imperfect = I’m perfect

  1. Shae
    9. November 2015 at 14:26

    I definitely get better at this with age, but it is a very sad thing to see in the world. Thanks for sharing your thoughts on it. Great sneakers by the way!

    Shae @ Current Habits

  2. Tamara
    9. November 2015 at 15:56

    You always look so perfect! Love your sneakers so much!

    Check out my blog if you want: http://www.theglamandglitter.com

    Tamara xxx

  3. Laura
    9. November 2015 at 16:26

    Ein wunderschönes Outfit. Ich glaube heutzutage ist kaum jemand zufrieden mit sich selbst. Der Druck der Gesellschaft was Perfektion angeht wird immer größer, selbst 10-Jährige machen Diät und schminken sich um sich der Vorstellung der Allgemeinheit in Bezug auf Schönheit zu beugen. Ich finde das ganz schrecklich.

    Laura von http://www.mrssparkle.de

  4. Caesar
    10. November 2015 at 6:08

    Absolutely adore every single look.

  5. Calvin
    10. November 2015 at 6:09

    Wow!!! Perfect style.

  6. Carey
    10. November 2015 at 6:10

    You look stunning girl!

  7. Kate
    10. November 2015 at 19:54

    Great words of wisdom! I recently did a similar post about beauty/imperfections

  8. Diana
    10. November 2015 at 22:46

    you look lovely!


  9. Elle
    11. November 2015 at 1:18

    This is great to know. I am glad Esprit is doing this. There is a lot of pressure on young girls to look perfect, growing up in a photoshopped world. I am happy in my own skin at 57, so I think our values and expectations do change in a good way.. with age.
    XX, Elle

  10. Frieda
    11. November 2015 at 5:43


    Lovely photos.

  11. Leta
    11. November 2015 at 15:12

    This is such a wonderful campaign! It is really important to make people understand, especially young ones, that we are all perfect in our own way and we don’t need to look like those photoshopped models to feel confident about our appearance! We all have flaws and that’s okay! If we didn’t, we wouldn’t be special 🙂

    -Leta | The Nerdy Me

  12. Caterina
    11. November 2015 at 19:21

    Schönes Casual Outfit

    LG Caterina


  13. Cherry
    11. November 2015 at 21:27

    love this look 🙂
    greetings xoxo


  14. Anna D Kart
    11. November 2015 at 23:18

    I love what they did with that hashtag! Also your all black ensemble is perfect

    Anna // Happy Medley

  15. Taryn
    12. November 2015 at 0:10

    Amazing outfit!! Love your style <3

  16. Neville
    12. November 2015 at 2:44

    Great pairing,you look fantastic

  17. Rox-Anne
    12. November 2015 at 3:39

    Thank you for talking so openly about such an important topic. I’m sure there are lots of girls, especially teenagers who are reading this and thinking, ok so it’s not just me and it’s ok to not always be perfect! Glad to see such a large clothing brand jumping onboard, good for them! xx http://www.celebratingthislife.ca

  18. Helena
    12. November 2015 at 11:52

    I love perfecto jacket, yours is lovely : ) You look amazing!

  19. Aleeha
    12. November 2015 at 16:00

    I’m 15 and I currently struggle with all those problems you listed above from when you were in your teens. I hope I’ll feel as happy as you one day! I love your trainers by the way!

    • Vanessa Ciliberto
      13. November 2015 at 9:31

      No worries, you will learn to handle these kinda struggles. Always remember you are beautiful the way you are :-*

  20. Krisztina Williams
    12. November 2015 at 17:29

    I REALLY needed to read this today. I’ve come to accept myself and be happy with myself, but what can I say? Sometimes, like this week, it becomes a struggle all over again, and I have to stop comparing myself to others and focus on the things I like about myself. Really love your outfit too!:)

    ~Krisztina / http://www.krisztinawilliams.com

  21. Grazia
    12. November 2015 at 22:32

    Amazing look 🙂

    Bow of Moon

  22. Frieda
    14. November 2015 at 6:17


    The photos are just amazing!

  23. Jesse
    16. November 2015 at 8:49

    Gorgeous as ever .You look so chic

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