A bit of everything
I’ve always had a thing for fashion, always loved the colours, the patterns, the models, so on and so forth but one problem I’ve had up until this year is the SIZE. Yep, that’s right. I’m sure there are other people that can relate to this (or I hope there are) but, if you are on the plus size category, finding clothes got a little but easier nowadays BUT being plus size AND short… oh boy, that’s a whole other story.
I still remember the time I spent in stores just to find a pair of jeans that would fit both my size and my height.
Fast forward, things changed in the last 7-8 months, and suddenly I can actually find every piece of clothing I want because it fits which, don’t get me wrong, it feels great, I feel great but I’m still trying to adjust to the new size of my body. Aaaand this brings me to the next thing.
Not every brand is inclusive
Sad but true. Even though more brands are changing their size range and becoming more inclusive (you have Savage x Fenty), there’s still a long way to go. I’m not trying to bash anyone here, all I’m saying is that there’s still room for improvement but we’ll get there soon, hopefully.
Finding your style
This is up to one’s taste and BUDGET. Sadly, not everyone can afford expensive clothing (luxury brands like LV, Versace, etc.). That doesn’t mean you can’t dress well, you totally can make super cute outfits with more affordable clothes and no one will even care about the price. As mentioned previously, it’s all about the taste.
Now this might be fun for some people, especially for those who have some experience or just have good taste because they do (let’s face it) but for some of us it is a bit or work, gotta keep in mind that confidence here plays an important role here. You can either keep it safe or experiment.
Feels good, looks good
If you feel comfortable in your outfit than you should go for it and wear it. No matter your style or taste, or the price, an outfit is or can be an expression of your personality so get creative and be confident.