Curve Appeal
5’11” 196lbs 37-31-47

5’11” 196lbs 37-31-47


Gina Swire for Asos Curve
31 inch waist, 43 inch hips
Alice & You Floral Print Playsuit at Asos (via Shopstyle)


Emma for Asos Curve
36D bust, 31 inch waist, 44 inch hips

at Asos (via curveappeal affiliates)


Laura Wells for Swimsuits for All 40 inch bust, 31 inch waist, 42 inch hips
Swim Sexy Midnight Underwire Swimsuit  at Swimsuits for All (via curveappeal affiliates)

Laura Wells for Swimsuits for All
40 inch bust, 31 inch waist, 42 inch hips

Swim Sexy Midnight Underwire Swimsuit at Swimsuits for All (via curveappeal affiliates)


Emma for Asos Curve
36D bust, 31 inch waist, 44 inch hips

Elephant Print Bikini Bandeau Top and Elephant Print Bikini Bottom at Asos (via curveappeal affiliates)


170 lbs. // 5’9” //  38-31-42
I struggled nearly my entire life with feelings of my body not being good enough, and that there must be something wrong with me. I finally realized that the source of those feelings was my mind being constantly saturated in media, television and magazines mostly, and their idea of perfection. After keeping that kind of stuff out of my life for a while I began to see that I actually like how I look. I may not be perfect, but I’m strong; I might be a little pear-shaped, but I’m tall; My breasts may be a little small, but I really love my shapely bottom. That’s what you have to do ladies—focus on what you like and stop poisoning your mind with constant negative self-talk!! After all, life is too short to be constantly waging a war against your body. You are ALL beautiful, special, and important! xoxo

170 lbs. // 5’9” //  38-31-42

I struggled nearly my entire life with feelings of my body not being good enough, and that there must be something wrong with me. I finally realized that the source of those feelings was my mind being constantly saturated in media, television and magazines mostly, and their idea of perfection. After keeping that kind of stuff out of my life for a while I began to see that I actually like how I look. I may not be perfect, but I’m strong; I might be a little pear-shaped, but I’m tall; My breasts may be a little small, but I really love my shapely bottom. That’s what you have to do ladies—focus on what you like and stop poisoning your mind with constant negative self-talk!! After all, life is too short to be constantly waging a war against your body. You are ALL beautiful, special, and important! xoxo


Laura Wells for Swimsuits For All
40 inch bust, 31 inch waist, 42 inch hips

on clearance at Swimsuits For All (via curveappeal affiliates)


Gina Swire for Fashion To Figure
36D bust, 31 inch waist, 43 inch hips

at Fashion To Figure (via curveappeal affiliates)


5’7 
38-31-40

5’7 

38-31-40


AX Paris CURVE Dresses:

at Isme (via Shopstyle UK)



Gina Swire for Fashion to Figure
36D bust, 31 inch waist, 43 inch hips

at Fashion to Figure (via curveappeal affiliates)


This is the face I make when people say curves aren’t beautiful.41-31-41

This is the face I make when people say curves aren’t beautiful.

41-31-41


It's taken a lot for me to finally be semi-comfortable in the body I'm in. Last time I measured, I was 36-31-47, at 173-175lbs (it's always fluctuating). I'm a curvy        woman, and for the longest time I found that I needed to hide it. I pretty much dressed in baggy clothes and jeans most of my life because I felt out of place and didn't want anyone to see my belly or wide hips. I've started to appreciate my curves, but it's not easy all the time. It's always a tug of war with wanting to show them off to hiding them because I feel it looks so disproportionate. I  still feel disproportionate at times, but IT'S OKAY. I'm still learning about the ways in which I can flatter my body, and dressing up to make MYSELF feel better. I never   wear crop tops, but I think I rocked this outfit pretty well :) Believe in your body and yourself, but don't get discouraged if you're not feeling yourself all the time. Whether you want to dress comfortable or sexy, do what makes YOU happy. :)
It's taken a lot for me to finally be semi-comfortable in the body I'm in. Last time I measured, I was 36-31-47, at 173-175lbs (it's always fluctuating). I'm a curvy        woman, and for the longest time I found that I needed to hide it. I pretty much dressed in baggy clothes and jeans most of my life because I felt out of place and didn't want anyone to see my belly or wide hips. I've started to appreciate my curves, but it's not easy all the time. It's always a tug of war with wanting to show them off to hiding them because I feel it looks so disproportionate. I  still feel disproportionate at times, but IT'S OKAY. I'm still learning about the ways in which I can flatter my body, and dressing up to make MYSELF feel better. I never   wear crop tops, but I think I rocked this outfit pretty well :) Believe in your body and yourself, but don't get discouraged if you're not feeling yourself all the time. Whether you want to dress comfortable or sexy, do what makes YOU happy. :)

Gina Swire for Fashion To Figure
36D bust, 31 inch waist, 43 inch hips

Love Fits Dress
Vegas Colorblock Dress
Natalia Panel Dress
at Fashion To Figure (via curveappeal affliates)