The former Laguna Beach star had a conversation with Adweek editor Jason Lynch on life after on-air shopping and sunbathing. Cavallari said that when she first started her own company, learning from her mistakes was frequently more satisfying than celebrating her achievements.
Looks like the star is not impressed with being her company’s spokesperson. Celebrity Kristin Cavallari was the guest speaker at the BrandWeek Miami in Florida. The former reality TV personality set out to build an empire that could stand on its own reputation when she became the founder and CEO of the skincare and jewelry firm Uncommon James. She has had her own set of mistakes. Her early errors included choosing staff who were more interested in her reality TV experience than in creating a successful business and having manufacturing problems.
The former reality star spoke about her company, Uncommon James, while arriving in a stunning blue dress. The fabric of the dress was fashionably wrinkly, with off-the-shoulder sleeves and a wide neckline. The dress’ short length provided Kristin plenty of opportunity to display her toned legs and gave onlookers a glimpse of her strappy sandals.
Before speaking at the event, she initially uploaded a photo of her dress so that admirers could view her jewelry, including her bracelets and rings. The media figure appeared pleased to be there and perhaps even a little proud, as she should be given that AdWeek concentrates on showcasing successful people who can mentor aspiring business leaders.
Expressing her pleasure, the star said that it was an honor to “speak at BrandWeek.” She thanked the organizers for having her on the show. On Instagram, Kristin posted two additional images of her outfit, one of herself in the mirror and the other of her at the event. She also tagged her company in the first photo, so the jewelry she is wearing is probably from her own collection.
On Thursday, Kristin acknowledged that it was crucial to her that her business could survive without her serving as its primary spokesperson in the interview with Lynch. Running her own business has been a learning experience for Kristin, as well as a successful means to distance herself from her background. Being her own employer has been advantageous since it allows her to portray herself how she wants to and frees her from having to submit to the will of someone else who would be in charge of doing so.
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