Every woman is beautifully and uniquely designed, no matter how society shapes us, we are all meant to shine. We are all wonderfully made, and fashion shouldn’t be something to fear, but let’s face it, sometimes it can become quite intimidating when setting out to be the next fashion trendsetter. Some women can have doubts when trying new things. We can be our own worst critics, however, fashion shouldn’t be something to fear -- it should be something fun and a time for you to get creative no matter what size you are.
Breaking the ‘Rules’
If you feel vibrant in a piece of clothing, wear it! No one should tell you what you shouldn’t wear. Your body is your own and you should dress it however you like. There is nothing better than a strong, confident woman who feels amazing in her skin, regardless of her body shape or size. But let’s face it, not everyone is there, yet. There are several women who just feel lost when they go shopping and they are looking for a little advice. If you are further along in your self-love journey and have a personal style all your own, this article isn’t for you. This article is for the women who are struggling to find their own style and can’t seem to find anything that looks ‘good’ on them.
This article is for the women whose heads spin every time they go clothes shopping. We want to give you a starting point. Don’t look at the tips within this article as ‘rules.’ Look at them as a baby-steps in your personal style journey. The goal is to help you pull together a look. After you get started, add in other pieces and experiment until you create a look that is all your own!
Great fashion makes a statement, grabs your attention and has the ability to alter your state of mind. Sometimes it leaves you feeling joyful, sophisticated, or even flirty. Every once-in-awhile, you'll come across a few pieces that empower you; that's when fashion gets fun!
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I don’t really remember the exact moment when he first told me that my weight was an “issue” for him. I don’t really remember body standards ever being apart of my experience in dating until my first “real relationship”. I started dating my freshman year of high school more specifically the summer before my freshman year. I'll say that I didn't notice that my body was different than the other girls in my class until the moment I started my first relationship. I remember asking my first boyfriend what the first thing he noticed about me was. He took a minute to think, and without real hesitation, he said, “Your chest.” I said “My chest? You mean my boobs?!” He replied, “Yes you have really big ones.” How poetic and romantic is that? I’m not sure was I really expecting from a freshman boy in high school, but in that moment I started to really evaluate my body.