Young owner of a clothing label she claims is worth six-figures is criticised for ‘barely working’ after sharing her daily schedule: ‘Tell me your parents are rich without telling me’
- The owner of The Jubilee Apparel has shared an average ‘day in her life’ at work
- Katherine, 25, has a more flexible schedule because she runs the company
- As a result she does Pilates in the morning and starts work in the afternoon
- Her followers accused her of being ‘rich’ but she defended her daily decisions
A young and glamorous fashion designer who owns a brand she claims is worth ‘six figures’ has been criticised for sharing her ‘normal daily schedule’ – which doesn’t appear to show much actual working, according to fans.
Katherine, 25, owns American streetwear label The Jubilee Apparel, which sells a range of tracksuits, T-shirts and oversized jumpers to predominantly young customers.
In one of her latest Instagram Reels, Katherine described an average day in her life, which starts at 6.30am when she gets dressed in beige activewear and makes an espresso shot.
By 7.30am she drinks a green breakfast smoothie and reads emails she received overnight, before she attends a Pilates class with a friend at 9.45am.
Katherine, 25, owns American streetwear label The Jubilee Apparel, which sells a range of tracksuits, comfortable T-shirts and oversized jumpers to its predominantly young fanbase
After the class she returns home at about 11am to have a shower and make herself an omelette for lunch before settling into the working day at noon and preparing to design her new collection.
At 4pm she changes locations and visits the company warehouse to help take stock of items and pack orders before she organises dinner with friends at 7.30pm.
Her followers were critical of her daily routine, with the top comment reading: ‘Did I miss the part where the work happened?’
‘Tell me your parents are rich without telling me your parents are rich,’ said another.
A third added: ‘Can you explain how you grew a six figure brand by 25 years old? This seems so unrealistic and incredibly privileged.’
After the class she returns home to shower at approximately 11am, makes herself an omelette for lunch, before settling into the working day at noon and preparing to design her new collection
Katherine replied to some of the troll comments to say that several hours of the video she filmed were spent working, her hours are just slightly more flexible
Others complimented her work/life strategy and were inspired to try and build a brand for themselves
Katherine replied to some of the troll comments to say that several hours of the video she filmed were spent working, her hours are just slightly more flexible.
‘Is it really that hard to believe that someone has put in a lot of work and made something happen for themselves? I was born a Polish immigrant. Trust me when I say I didn’t come from money,’ she said.
Others complimented her work/life strategy and were inspired to try and build a brand for themselves.
‘Wow why are you guys so miserable? Good on you for working to get where you are right now. You’ve inspired me to stop the self pity and work for what I want,’ one woman wrote.
‘So awesome babe! Can’t wait to make a large order for my new boutique and carry your brand! Orlando gals LOVE IT,’ said another.