Do you want to know if you’re anything like Anna Delvey from Inventing Anna on Netflix?
After binge-watching Inventing Anna, I thought to myself, In what ways am I like Anna Delvey (portrayed by Julia Garner)?
For context, the love-to-hate con artist Anna Delvey (real name Anna Sorokin) fooled New York’s elite into believing she was a German heiress. She mimicked all the worst traits of the rich and famous.
What if I break down all the reasons why someone might actually be the Inventing Anna of their friend group? It takes a strong-willed, confident person to take a good, hard look at yourself and face the truth.
If I’m going to get to the bottom of this, I’m not going down alone. You might be the Anna Delvey in your friend group, like it or not. Humor me, and let’s unpack the reasons why together.
You’re super connected.
You borrowed your best friend’s outfit and never gave it back.
Your intimate relationships are tragic love stories.
You make friends with everybody.
You over-promise and under-deliver.
You never miss a fashion moment.
You’re avoiding therapy.
You never leave your friends alone.
Your friends are success stories because they’re your friends.
You borrowed obscene money from your family, friends, and credit unions.
You’re the most generous person you know.
You’re always the topic of conversation.
You can cry your way out of any situation.
You have big dreams and bigger ideas.
Your wardrobe is outside your tax bracket.
You know how to take control of the narrative.
There’s always time for an Instagram photo op.
You have a big mouth and need to put your foot in it.
You can’t tell the difference between your ride-or-dies or your enemies.
You always walk on the bright side to a major fault.
If you can relate to anything on this list, maybe you’re not like Inventing Anna at all. You could be worse!