When we first heard that Netflix was collaborating with Girlboss' Sophia Amoruso on a new series, we could hardly keep it together—there is nothing we love more than a good binge watching session and watching powerful women do awesome things. In honor of the series launch tomorrow (!!), we've rounded up our top seven favorite girlbosses we just can't get enough of:
We couldn't start this list without our most obvious addition, Sophia Amoruso. She's the perfect example of "started from the bottom" and we love how candid she is about what it takes to be a successful entrepreneur regardless of the outcome.
Ty Haney has created such a real and intentional fitness brand. Every customer knows how much work she puts into creating the highest quality athletic wear possible, and that no detail goes unconsidered. Even better? She's a recent Austin transplant.
I had the opportunity to meet Brit Morin when she spoke at the Girlboss Rally and just couldn't get enough of her creativity and entrepreneurial prowess. She's also a born and bred Texan, so you know this DIY queen is as good as it gets.
Emily Weiss has started a serious beauty revolution and we are in full support of it. Not only are her products gorgeous (seriously, that branding though), but the quality you're getting for the price is unmatched.
What kind of list would this be without adding the fellow Austin-based jewelry designer I have always admired and been inspired by? When we think of the growth we want for Beaded by W, we always think of the brand Kendra Scott has built, between her customizable options, philanthropic heart, and dedication to the city we both call home.
We're pretty sure there is no one who keeps it more real in fashion than Leandra Medine. What started as one college blogger has become a community of women who will wear what they wear and think what they think with full self-confidence. We love it.
When you think of what the gold standard of blogging is, we hope you think of Julia Engel, author of Gal Meets Glam. Everything from her outfits to her new Charleston house to her partner-in-crime husband fits her blog name perfectly.