39 minutes ago
Style is subjective. What one thinks is stylish another might think is hideous, and neither are right or wrong. The most important element of personal style is how YOU feel.
Your personal style is NOT defined by:
➞ Your looks
➞ Your weight
➞ Your income
Your personal style IS defined by:
➞ How YOU FEEL in the clothing you wear. What do you feel your best in? What do you enjoy wearing?
➞ How you put that clothing together.
Wait, what? A personal stylist is telling me that how I feel in my clothing is more important than how I look in my clothing?
Heck yes girlfriend! I’m done with the narrative that we need to look a certain way to be accepted. We grow up with magazines showing us what bodies are considered ‘HOT’ and which ones are considered ‘NOT’. It’s no wonder so many of us end up chasing an unrealistic body type and feel entitled to tell others how they should look.
WE 👏 CAN 👏 DO 👏BETTER 👏. I’m here to empower and inspire you to put your style in your OWN hands; to stop worrying about what others think of what you’re wearing and start worrying about how YOU actually FEEL in it.
Someone else doesn’t get to decide what you wear. Someone else doesn’t get to decide if you’re too big or too small. Someone else should be worrying about themselves, not about you ✋
And look—I get it—not all of us feel that way! I spent 10 years of my life thinking I needed to be smaller. The media tells us to cover up our wrinkles and wear Spanx and gives all of these tools to ‘help us look better’. If right now, all you care about is hiding your tummy or your arms or your thighs or your bum, I will help you get there. But more importantly, I will help you see that there’s more to your style than hiding your body.
➞ You don’t need to cover up
➞ You don’t need to hide stretch marks or cellulite
➞ You don’t need to minimize your chest or your thighs
➞ You don’t need to look slimmer
➞ You don’t need to ‘dress for your shape’
Our bodies don’t exist to be attractive.
Our clothing doesn’t exist to make us look smaller, or bigger.
That’s all fatphobic advice.
They exist for us to express ourselves. So go on and EXPRESSYOURSELF