I Am All Woman, Too

As a size 26+ body, I have grown accustomed to not seeing myself represented in media campaigns. Of course there has been increasing use of plus size models to showcase plus size clothing, but they are still on the small end of the scale. Their thighs might be touching and if we’re lucky they might not even photoshop the double chin to be smaller, but let’s face it: there is…
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Photography and The Plus Size Body

Photography and The Plus Size Body As well as being a plus size blogger, I am also a fashion photographer. Being able to reconcile my photography work with my principles as a body positive blogger are incredibly important to me. Representation is hugely important, and I believe it is my responsibility as a fashion photographer to be as inclusive and diverse in my portfolio as I possibly can. ________________________________________________________________________________________ Enjoying…
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Rose Gold Smokey Eye Tutorial

You’d have to have been living under a rock to have missed the fact that rose gold has been one of the biggest trends in fashion, beauty and homewares for the last year or so. The super feminine peachy-pink shade works wonderfully with pretty much all skin tones; so there’s no wonder most of the make up palettes from the last year have included at least one shimmery rose gold…
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Autumnal Accessories

To say I’m obsessed with accessories is a slight understatement, at one point, my friends actually feared for my bank account after a constant stream of new shoes and bags on my snapchat story. How can you not love accessories? For one, you could be wearing a bin bag but if you add amazing shoes, a handbag and a beautiful necklace, suddenly you look and feel fabulous! Secondly, they will…
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Breaking Out Of Your Comfort Zone

Breaking Out Of Your Comfort Zone In my journey of body confidence I have been trying to push myself out of my self-made comfort zones with fashion, and wear things that I’ve always been told or felt that someone with my body can’t or “shouldn’t” wear. For example, bodycon skirts/dresses that show my entire figure off, especially with a VBO (visible belly outline), maxi dresses, baring my arms and top…
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