TCU student uses modest fashion sense to inspire others to live for themselves Brittany Henderson aspires to inspire young women, and she hopes to use her radiating passion for fashion and style as the medium for encouragement. Chatting over coffee and bagels in the TCU Barnes & Noble café, she explained her ideas and motives of what she hopes to do. Her plan is two-fold: create a fashion line and travel to high schools to encourage girls to embrace their own personal style. It hasn’t been a simple discovery to find what she’s meant to do, though.
Long-legged and curly redheaded, she talked about her own development of personal style and confidence. In a school where Nike shorts and oversized t-shirts are the norm, she was dressed in cute high-waist shorts and sandals. But like most, she went through an awkward stage, complete with questionable clothing and hair choices, but she embraced it with a laugh and a shrug of her shoulders: “It made me who I am now.”