Interview with Lindsey Taub

Today’s guest for the #womensupportingwomen feature is my good friend, and fellow stylist, Lindsey Taub who is making a positive impact and supporting the LGBTQIA+ community

Let’s step in! 👇

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Q: What is a personal favorite quote?

A: Keep going, Keep growing

Q: What is your favorite activity when you aren’t working?

A: Hanging out with my hubs & pups, it doesn’t happen often so when it does I relish the downtime! Also still working on “how to” have fun, because I LOVE what I do and don’t see it as work!

Q: When did you create your business, and what inspired you to start it?

A: In 2019 I founded Lindsey Taub, Image Consulting & Styling predominantly working with the Transgender Community. In all honesty, the inspiration was to create freedom from the average 9-5 job.

Q: Why was it important for you to create your business?

A: Figuring out how to get dressed is difficult, imagine trying to dress a body that you don’t understand. If I can help one person dress AND learn their inner style AND feel confident walking in society – my job is done!

Q: What was important for you as you were building your business?

A: It was important to understand the problems of those not able to live as their authentic self. I wanted to build something that was inclusive, where someone was always in your corner.

Q: What advice would now you give past you during the first year of your business?

A: There is no competition when there are 8 billion+ people in the world and I am exactly where I’m supposed to be on my journey. Totally takes the anxiety out and lets me keep going!

Q: What is your favorite part about supporting your clients?

A: The sheer appreciation and gratitude are overwhelming. Time and time again, I’m told how important and impactful my work is. The truth is the impact I receive is exponentially more than I could ever give.

Q: What is the biggest lesson you have learned about yourself since starting your business?

A: I am enough.

Q: Where can our viewers find you?

A: I can be found on www.lindseytaub.com, on FB https://www.facebook.com/lindsey.taub.1, and living in the Washington, DC area!

Q: What does confidence mean to you?

A: It means knowing what makes you tick and understanding why you behave the way you do. Also, holding your head up high and not giving a shit about what anyone else thinks.

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Final Thoughts 💭

“Hope will never be silent.” – Harvey Milk

Stylishly yours,

Bri 👋

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