Im getting a little tiered of everything about plus size clothing being about ‘dressing your shape’ Urgh, why can’t we just say “you fucking like it? yeah? wear it. Is it fucking comfortable? Do you feel good as fuck in it? then wear it, rock it and never let anyone bring you down”
Fashion shouldn’t be about what other people think. It should be about the person feeling good about themselves.
peppermint--nightmare said: Hey, I saw the thing that you posted on Simply Be and wow, well done, someone had to say it eventually. However, as you probably know, sizings everywhere are vague and ambiguous, what do you think are plus size sizes?x
Hey, thank you. I always try and speak up for big girls. Yes sizing is very odd. I see plus size as any size you can’t find in mist stores. Size 6-14 are available in 99% of shops up and down the uk. Sizes 16-32 are very rare to find on the high street. I have no problem with thin girls, I think everyone is gorgous just how they are as long as they are happy with themselves it’s there own body to do as they choose. The problem I have with simply be is they are now trying to appeal to the smaller population (like every other shop) and leaving behind the core of their customers who are big girls. So even with a shop that was supposed to include everyone up to a size 32 we big girls are being left behind. Kelly Brook is very pretty is now promoting her fashion brand that only 4 items go up to bigger sizes that is shaped to Kelly brooks body so it’s not going to work on a big frame. All us plus size girls are asking is for plus size clothes, designed for plus size girls, modeled by real plus size girls with bigger bellys and bigger thighs and bigger boots and a few with big boobs so when we are shopping online we will be able to see what it would look like on us. It kinda feels like the shops are ashamed of there big girl audience.
Anonymous said: You're absolutely beautiful and your dress sense is perfect! I'm so glad I found your blog.
aww thank you so much! :)
You have to let go of this idealized picture of what the female body has to be. Lumps, bumps, scars and blemishes tell a story but we are so intent on losing them and transforming into someone else instead of getting to know our self. Some of the most conventionally beautiful I know are the most insecure people I have ever met. If you change yourself to conform to societies idea of beauty you will never be good enough. There will always be that other thing you need to change about yourself then before you know it the true you is buried away when that person was stunning in first place!