Beyonce has always been proud of her curves.
Nigella Lawson wearing a strikingly beautiful red dress.
source: Curvy Kate (website providing clothes/lingerie for plus sizes/curvy woman)
It IS more important to be funny or honest than how you look.
You could be the most gorgeous slim model in the world but have a personality as shit as the gutters on the streets. Or be the worst secret keeper or friend keeper ever.
Everyone, in this day and age, are judging immediately on looks before seeking what lies beneath the heavy make up or baggy clothes.
I personally never ever ever judge a person on how they appear, no matter what they look like/any visible flaws to the eye…I learn to see the beauty that seeps through there smile, personality and in what they say.
The most important things for me before looks are;
how caring they can be
then it goes to looks, but I’d never think to block this through looks.
I’m 16 years old, 6ft 1. Always been curvy, ALWAYS.
I’m size 16, and you know what? I don’t care :) I’m happy the way I am.
It’s the right size for my build/height.
I don’t understand how people crave to be size 10 and below when they’re big built/tall…it just doesn’t. look. right.
I’ve never fit in, I think I always have stood out, not only because of my height but because of my size. I thought I was weird when I was ten years old as I was the only girl in my school who wore a bra!
I really hope to inspire each and every one of you, whoever you are, reading my blog in hope of inspiration to be yourself and be true to who you are. But not only that, to feel happy in the SKIN your IN.
This is the only body you’ll live in, so show it off, be proud of each flaw you, according to society have.
A curvy girl x