Plus-size clothing is often quite hit and miss. The sizing is either totally out of whack or the designs just, well, leave a little to be desired Oh, and to top things off, they're normally a way more expensive.
Pants and I have not always seen eye to eye. Sadly, this stint was short-lived and I was suspended for a week. Working in a business where women expend so much energy trying to exercise away their curves was insane to me—all I wanted was to highlight my thin waist and bodacious behind.
Social media is abuzz today about Robbie Tripp, a man who posted about loving his wife's curves on Instagram and suddenly attracted a bizarre amount of attention for doing so. In an act bolder than posting a no-makeup selfie, Tripp captioned a photo earlier this week of his wife and himself on a beach. He accompanied the picture with a long caption describing his experience being bullied for liking "girls on the thicker side," then proceeded to high-five himself for finding his life partner attractive while instructing other men on which women they should or should not find attractive, too.
Updating your style without buying new clothing is easy with these simple tips from Cindy Gordon, stylist at Wardrobe Therapy by Cindy Gordon. When you're short every shirt is too long, and when you're curvy a long shirt can make you look larger around the middle than you are. An easy way to fix this is to tuck it in. A good rule of thumb is that your shirt should never cover your zipper.
Yeah, sundresses and short shorts look cute and all, but when they come with thigh chafing and a perpetual wedgie, it really makes you just want to stay inside wearing sweats. Seriously, I've been there — and I've figured out how to beat it. I've figured out the very best ways to stop all the most annoying dressing-for-summer problems and the cutest clothes that will help you do it from plus size clothing brands that won't make you look mom.
Folks online were, understandably less than inspired. Which is good for him. Skip the Instagram.
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