Lauren Conrad is done with the club scene
Lauren Conrad has gone from reality TV star to head of a mini fashion empire, as well as written multiple books. This month the star opens up about the club life, negativity, her BF and more.
Lauren Conrad will be appearing on the cover of Marie Claire's July issue (which hits stands June 18). A woman of many talents, Conrad has managed to go from reality TV star to the head of a mini fashion
In the interview, Conrad opened up about everything from writing to negativity and being done with the club life.
When asked about why she got started in writing, Conrad said, "I only ever got to tell half of my story. People are very quick to judge these days, especially behind the anonymity of a screen name. It's very easy to say, 'I hate her, I hate what she wore, she seems mean.' But you're only seeing a small fraction of her life."
After starring in two hit reality shows, writing multiple books, launching a beauty website and building a successful brand for herself, Conrad has unfortunately seen her fair share of negativity. But she hasn't let it bring her down. "There is always gonna be a little bit of negativity, which just comes with the territory. You realize it doesn't matter. It's so simple, but it's a very hard lesson to learn. At the end of the day, it doesn't really affect you in any way," she said.
As for the club life, Conrad says that's over for her. "It feels done for me. I'm OK with it being done. I destroyed my voice when I moved to L. A. There are polyps all over my vocal chords because I was in a lot of loud places. If you listen to the first episode of Laguna, my voice is completely different," she revealed.
One of the many things going well in her life is her love life and her relationship with boyfriend William Tell. "He is very good for me because we have a lot in common as far as where we grew up. It's the first time I'm with someone and I'm not explaining things. He also has experience in the entertainment industry, so he understands a lot of things that people don't always get," she said.