As a fat woman who wears size 26/28 and sometimes 30/32, it’s disappointing when clothes are promised to be for “all women” but the size charts belie that promise. It’s a topic I’ve written on several times before when Old Navy, Kelly Osbourne and Melissa McCarthy launched collections that did not fit all bodies. I’m… Continue reading #AllMeansALL!!!
You probably heard or read about Rachel Taylor and her experience at Old Navy. This is from the post she left on their Facebook page along with her picture: Today I was shopping in Old Navy, standing in between a teenage girl and her mom. The girl picked up a plus-size tank top, showed it… Continue reading Body Shaming? Maybe Not
Last month I mentioned trying to convince my fiancé, Ken, to start his own blog because he has awesome style. Soooooo…. he agreed to let me post on here about an outfit from last week. Yay! There are lots of options for big men with more retailers including Big & Tall sizes. Check out the… Continue reading My Big Man is Stylin’!
Horizontal stripes – check. Skinny jeans – check. Baring fat, jiggly arms – check. To hell with the fashion rules that say horizontal stripes look terrible on fat women or that short women should avoid skinny pants. To hell with those who say that we should hide our big arms, bellies, etc. The only fashion… Continue reading OOTD – Break the Rules
Originally posted on Tutus And Tiny Hats:
Kelly Osbourne and one of her designs, from the Stories by Kelly Osbourne Facebook page I was excited to find out that Kelly Osbourne is launching a clothing line in sizes 0-24–some of the pieces (like the metallic rose sweatshirt pictured above) are really cute. But I was…