Regime Girls are a vital part of the Civil Regime, not only offering female empowerment but instilling all women with the inner strength and confidence to chase their dreams. We want to take a moment and give you all a peak inside the Regime Girls lifestyle, and offer insight into what makes our Regime Girls do what they do.
I had a chance to catch up with Regime Girl Karen Vi and ask her a few questions about her inspiration and how she Celebrates The Difference.
Karen Vi is a Texas-based model of Mexican and Spanish decent, who has truly made a name for herself in the modeling world, by initially winning runner-up in the Moss Texas USA pageant in 2008 and has since been working as a model in print, commercial, TV, and promotional work. Karen has worked with major beer and alcohol brands and is active in the boxing community as a Corona ring card girl. Karen even had a leading role in singer Ice JJ Fish’s viral music video “On the Floor.”
Check our my interview with the gorgeous Regime Girl below!
How would you describe your style?
Classic, with an edge. I like fitted blazers and dresses, black and white, and nude heels, but I also love leather and spikes.
Where do you get your fashion inspiration from?
From people watching. Kourtney Kardashian has great style too, so I screenshot my favorite looks from hers.
What does “Femme Power” (aka female empowerment) mean to you?
Being a strong and independent woman and a lady at the same time. Being able to do as you please without asking anyone for permission.
Best fashion and/or life advice you were given?
My own personal one: Dress for yourself and no one else.
How do you celebrate the difference?
I celebrate my confidence by wearing a sexy bra and panties everyday. Even though no one else can see (unless it’s in a photoshoot or we’re about to do the deed), the fact that I feel great on the inside shows on the outside. I celebrate my life and that fact that I woke up today by thanking God each morning. I celebrate music by going to watch an artist/band perform and show them support.
Karen’s 5 Favorite Pieces from the Civil Fall Hear Us Roar Collection: