Lily Earle is a teacher turned techie who has found a love for communicating through all forms of digital media. Lily works as Digital Editor for Liz Earle Wellbeing.
Who is your biggest inspiration and why?
I’m a bit spoilt for female role models at the moment- my family alone is amazing. From my mother who is hugely inspirational in all her work and the ethics behind it all, to my younger sister who has really amazed me with how hard she is working towards her A-Levels. Outside of my family it would have to be Julia Immonen, what she has done for to help combat human trafficking and modern day slavery is truly awe inspiring.
What is the best city you have been to?
I think Vancouver in Canada, everyone was so friendly and the city is lovely. My husband and I went there as part of our honeymoon and when we were there Vancouver happened to be hosting an international firework competition! So I have many happy memories of it. Although, I must say I really love living in London, not many places beat it in my mind.
What is your favourite way to travel?
By car, preferably with loud music and driving on big open roads through the countryside where there is no traffic! Now that I live fulltime in London whenever I drive out of the city a feeling of relaxation and freedom comes over me. My favourite place to drive through is the Scottish Highlands in the autumn.
If you had to live in another country where would you move?
New Zealand – it so inspiring to be in such a beautiful country. When I was travelling there with my husband our mouths were hanging open in awe the entire time! There is also a big creative and entrepreneurial community there, which would be amazing to be a part of. It is just a shame that it is so far from home!
If you could swap wardrobes with anyone who would it be?
Emma Watson because I love virtually every outfit I see her in and she is a big supporter of ethical fashion.
Where do you look for fashion inspiration?
I look everywhere really, although I especially enjoy shopping in charity and vintage shops. At the moment I’m really trying to really find my own style and uniform so that I can buy items that I know suit me, work with the rest of my wardrobe and will last the test of time, rather than regularly updating my wardrobe with the latest fashions.