If you haven’t heard yet – Lily Collins wrote a book! Not only is she taking Hollywood by storm with her Golden Globe nominated performance in Rules Don’t Apply and her previous starring role in the Mortal Instruments, but she’s also taking on the writing world with this collection of essays. In UNFILTERED she’s sharing her life experiences, deepest secrets, and struggles that many young women face but don’t talk about.
We managed to get our hands on UNFILTERED and are here with everything you need to know about this raw and inspiring new book. Below you’ll get an exclusive look into Unfiltered: No shame, no regrets, just me!
UNFILTERED has gorgeous and inspiring scripted messages like the one above throughout the entire book. Each quote is different but gets to the heart of Lily’s message- be yourself and love yourself for exactly who you are. We couldn’t be happier to finally have a book that dares us to love ourselves in all our imperfect glory. These are quotes to live by.
Photos Of Lily Collins IRL
When it comes to being UNFILTERED Lily is #Goals- including playful poses like the ones above and some seriously awesome throwback pictures from her childhood (complete with some witty and hilarious captions). When we saw these we fell in love with Lily a little bit more (didnt know that was even possible) because she is SO relatable. Lily is really just like all of us. Unfiltered speaks to everyone- no matter what your story is!
Honest and Heartfelt Advice
The message here is empowerment to be true to yourself and its coming through loud and clear in every page of this book. As Lily says “Be silly. It’s attractive. Normal is so boring.” Be proud of your authentic self!
Speaking From Experience
Lily’s sharing stories from her own life – and what she’s learned from her own experiences. The result is real, relatable, sometimes humorous and ultimately heartwarming. After reading Unfiltered you’ll feel like Lily is a friend and a confidant, and in a way she is! Lily is opening us to us about the most vulnerable parts of herself, and we love her for it.