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Being a fashion admirer and being in styling business for long now, I have realized fashion is for everyone & every size. Today everyone is skeptical about each size and looks. Which is respectable in a sense, as everyone is taking themselves seriously. Making your life healthy is an investment in yourself. But I have realized somehow this is leaving an argumentative effect as well. My precise point of this content is ‘being confident or “fashionable” doesn’t mean you to have a particular body structure’. Confidence has/have nothing to do with your body structure.
My Personal Experience:
To share my personal experience few years back I was in the “perfect” shape. Lean body with flat stomach no extra inches, as I was into modelling business. At that point I didn’t appreciate my body. For e.g. due to menstrual cycle my stomach use to bloat (which is very natural) I failed to understand and disgusted myself. Cut to today I’m at least 4 sizes more than what I was. Things changed drastically in my life, my priorities had changed was occupied with so many things that I didn’t realize what was happening to my body. It was like all of a sudden waking up to a different body structure altogether. There were assumptions, criticism of course jokes, which I dint know how to deal with it.
I had achieved so much, gone through so much but nobody was talking about it, all they were talking about is my weight. But without getting demotivated or desperate to answer them. I was just thrilled how can I stylized the new body, new me. How can I embrace these stretch-marks as they are the sign of my journey till now! My confidence was the same. My love for fashion was still stirring. I experimented, tried everything, sometimes it failed sometimes it worked. My closet was getting interesting. High-waist pants/denims became my darling my full thighs were looking a million buck. Dresses with waist cuts flaunted my curves more. My face was glowing. I somehow enjoyed it too. It took me by surprise. I never respected my body more than this ever. I am not advocating any body size here, it’s just about embracing yourself as you are. And many think it’s easy to say, but trust me I have been there and somehow did it gracefully (I think so!)
I was able to style myself with most pretty clothes back then (lean body) and even today. Today is the day when most of them dig in to my wardrobe as it is colorful and stylish. When so many people say they look up to me and can run down anytime for fashion tips, this all just encouraged me. Roving from one body type to another still be able dress to kill.
'One common tip I give to everyone to look fabulous is to start loving your body as it is! 'Click To Tweet
One common tip I give to everyone to look fabulous is to start loving your body as it is! That’s when you look great that’s when you see positive changes which you desire. All this conveys only one message that yes! Fashion is for everyone and every size!