bust 35, waist 31, hip 43. am loving my body
I recently started trying new things, one of those things was crop tops, I’ve always feared crop tops because on my size and shape, last week I just thought screw everyone else. I tried a few on and actually brought this lovely item because I said to myself that I looked good in it, I shouldn’t let myself take note of what other people think I should and shouldn’t wear.
Measurements - 43-31-43
Height - 5ft2
Cares given to what people think about what I look like in this crop top - 0!!!
31 inch waist, 43 inch hips
31 inch waist, 43 inch hips
My name is Tiffany and I’m from South Africa. I’ve always been one of the “bigger” girls. It sucks to always feel like you’re not normal…well truth is, we are normal!! Curves are super sexy so embrace it! I’ve never been skinny and never will be, so may as well just enjoy it :)
Not all of its contours are considered to be desirable, but I love the topography of my body.
With and without clothes.
26. 180 cm. No idea what my weight is but I guess about 78-79kg. Bust: 104 cm. Waist: 79 cm. Hips: 110 cm.
I love my body! But it took many, many years.
Hey girls! It’s summer so I decided I would brave the shorts and crop top combo. I’m actually super happy about showing off my legs and even a bit of tummy! Bring on the heat!
These shorts are size 12 and my measurements are 38-31-43. You ladies always make me feel more proud of my figure, you’re all beautiful and spectacular. Together I hope we will continue to love ourselves! Happy days!
I usually hate how I look in full-body pictures, so I like to keep this one to prove to myself that I’m not the monster I envision myself to be when my self-esteem fails me. I just saw a post from a woman who has almost the exact same measurements as me and it inspired me to submit. You all look so amazing. I’m proud of you, and I’m so grateful we can help each other like this.
21 years-old, 37-31-43, 5’5 and 165lbs.
After gaining 40lbs in the past five years, I’ve had some major body issues— truthfully, I haven’t worn a sleeveless shirt in public in years. But this blog has made me feel so much more beautiful and confident in my body, and I can’t wait to wear spaghetti straps this summer. :)
5’4 148 lbs size 10. 37-31-43.
I’m at the smallest (since high school) and happiest (i’ve ever been) with my body…it took 7 months of being deployed in Iraq to get back down to a “healthy” weight and to feel more comfortable in my own skin. Being forced to walk around in the same uniform, hair style and no make every day in 120 degree weather, you learn to stop caring about what other people think of your looks and learn to love yourself for who you actually are. I wish it didn’t take being deployed to learn to love myself, but I couldn’t be happier and I embrace my curves and femininity more than ever now. =]
Aged 21. Bust: 103cm/40in, Waist: 80cm/31in, Hips: 109cm/43in, Weight: 72kgs, Height: 150cm
Up until the age of 19 I weighed in at 50kgs and thought I loved my size. My boobs were already huge for my size and I thought it was great that I didn’t have an ass. Now though, due to medication and well, becoming a woman, I have put on 25kg since then. Every day I love and hate my body at the same time. I have a terrible muffin top and I get incredibly sad and frustrated that my boobs make all my tops and dresses look terrible. However, I do love now having a booty. I am working on getting healthier and fitter (well, fit in general. got to get off tumblr to do that though) and have recently become single so I’m working on showing him what he’s missing out on. I love having curves and don’t think I would ever like to get down to the size I used to be. I would love to lose more weight but I don’t want to lose my shape.
I finally worked up the courage to post on here after seeing all you beautiful woman have confidence in your amazing bodies, even if we aren’t what the media considers to be all that attractive. I love stars like Adele and Beyonce being out there in the limelight without being wafer thin, and still rockin it. They should be inspirations to all young women.