If there is one consistent piece of advice that comes from every single fashion designer, writer or stylist out there, it's that no matter what your body looks like you should dress according to that while maintaining your own personal style. Too bad so many people don't follow that advice and still participate in some hideous clothing choices like Crocs, sagging pants and leggings as pants.
There is absolutely nothing wrong with embracing and loving yourselves, whether you are a size 2 or 22. And how you dress is a direct reflection of your personality.
I am an artist and express myself everyday through what I wear. But even I have to be cognizant of what I put on my body. Seeking attention is normal and to a certain extent, a subconscious act. But being mindful of the type of attention one attracts is the challenging part of it all.
During the 1950s and early 60s, a shapely woman was considered sexy: Betty Paige, Marilyn Monroe, Dorothy Dandridge and other starlets were at least a size twelve, and weren’t afraid to flaunt it. Read More