Meet this week's Pride Month creator spotlight! It's @ellerasmuss, Elle is one of one of our LGBTQIA+ TikTok Trailblazers for 2022, who shows the importance of living authentically and shares her day in the life videos which we absolutely love!

Elle is our fashion queen on TikTok and she has been sharing styling talent with almost a million followers - it's safe to say that they love her as much as we do.

When she's not creating GRWM videos or visibly aesthetic Y2K looks, she's sharing relatable content that's guaranteed to make you laugh! From her cooking hacks to her must-have items, Elle is definitely a TikTok favourite for a reason!

Her hauls are also a big hit with our community on TikTok. So if you're looking for the perfect fit for your hot girl aesthetic this summer or if you'd prefer to be a city girl, make sure to give her a follow to hear all of her styling tips and shopping hacks to upgrade your wardrobe.

One thing's for certain, whatever decision you make, if you take styling inspo from Elle, you'll definitely be standing out from the crowd.

In our latest TikTok Creator Spotlight, we chatted with Elle about all things Pride and her goals on TikTok.

What does Pride mean to you?

To me, Pride is acceptance, and being comfortable with who you are. Pride allows us to become our authentic selves and overcome any self-doubt.

What first inspired you to create on TikTok?

Boredom mainly (haha). I saw people making funny relatable videos and decided to join. I'm so glad I did because it's such a wholesome community!

What is your goal on TikTok?

Honestly, I don’t think I have a goal. I enjoy making videos, interacting with and building a safe space with the queer community. I try to take things as they come, which means I'm eternally grateful for every opportunity I share with my followers. I guess the only overall goal I have is to stay authentic and keep hoping for good and exciting things to come.

What other LGBTQ+ creators are on your For You feed?

I see so many cool people, Marthe Weortman, Nxdiamusic, Lily Claker, Julie Lorentzen; to name a few.

What is your favourite TikTok you have made to date and why?

When I cut all my hair off. For me, it was the first time I felt so free to be myself, a small start to finding myself I guess!

We love your personal style, what is your best fashion advice?

Don’t be afraid to experiment and it’s okay to look back and cringe at your choices. You’ll find what you love, I still sometimes can’t figure out what I like or how to dress.

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