Blogger Nicolette Mason sat down for an interview with the Huffington Post where she talks plus size fashion, her success and experiencing size discrimination while shopping. This is a great read.
There is a trend happening and I like it. Companies are doing more and more marketing of real women’s bodies and not just using stick thin over airbrushed models. The New Yorker does a great job of articulating what’s going on. Let’s hope this trend of body diversity continues.
Amani Terrell is an everyday woman in California this week decided to do what even the thinnest of women don’t have the balls to do. She strutted her 260 pound self down Hollywood Boulevard in a bikini like what! Her goal was to promote healthy self-esteem. I ain’t even mad, work it boo!
I think I’ve said this before, but I’m gonna say it again I’M OBSESSED WITH MONIF C! Their options never disappoint. Check out these new arrivals so you can see what I’m talking about. Get right for Spring.
Finding chic options for work when you are plus size and average height can be frustrating, so I only imagine it’s twice as hard to find workwear when you are plus size and petite. We’ve managed to find 6 petite plus size work options for your Spring wardrobe.
If you’re a fan of Parks and Recreation than you must be a fan of Retta aka Donna on the show. Marie was able to grab a minute to interview Retta and its a must read!