The Inspirational Woman Project was born out of Bri Seeley's eponymous fashion line, which was focused on inspiring real women in their passions, businesses, personal lives, and more. It was a fashion brand to help women BE women. But what Seeley found was that women were not comfortable stepping into their femininity and embodying their womanhood. This inspired a 31 day blog series wherein women were interviewed about what it meant to be a woman, when they feel most feminine, and their favorite thing about being a woman. Two weeks into this series, Seeley was inspired to expand the project into a coffee table book and a movement.

Seeley conducted 99 interviews over a course of 8-weeks for the coffee table book content. Shortly after concluding the interviews, the project was launched on Kickstarter and after successfully raising $15,000 in five weeks the transcript was sent off to the printer. It was exactly six months between the first interview on 7/7/2014 and the delivery of 500 books on 1/7/2015.

Since the delivery of the books, Seeley has been working diligently on expanding the project into a movement. There are many developments in the works (including a second volume of the book!), so be sure to stay connected with the project through their website ( and social media.

"The Inspirational Woman Project believes that every woman is inspirational - it's our mission to tell their stories!"

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