Summer has arrived and I’m feeling super fine!
23 years, 173 lb, 40-32-41
The years I spent feeling like I was unattractive and unworthy are over. I look at other people’s bodies with such appreciation and enjoyment. I look at their fashion and adore it. I’ve finally been able to turn that appreciative gaze onto myself. To the ladies of this site, you are beautiful and you don’t need to change a single thing.
Approx 40-32-42, size 14 AU, first time in a corset.
My measurements are 113-83-105 (cm) I’m 185 tall and I weigh 86 kilos! I would never dare to wear this outfit in public, because I think my hops look too wide in it, but I love the dress so much, that I occasionally put at on at home when everybody is out.
I’ve just recently gained a little bit of confidence and I kinda love it. This is an older picture, from Christmas time.
Hey there! My names Jackie, i’m 19 years old and I’ve struggled with my weight since I was in middle school. I was very active in high school and ever I moved away for college two years ago the pounds kept on piling on.
But hey, nothing wrong with that :) I love my body just the way it is. Even if it means my belly sticks out and my thighs jiggle!
18years, 5’2, 155lbs, 38’ 32’ 44’
I’ve been hanging out with my friend and she’s been telling me how small my waist has been getting and it’s just made me more confident in buying my “hip hugging” dresses.
Sorry i didn’t like my face in this photo tho >.<
I got curves really fast when I was growing up, and I was made fun of it for as long as I can remember.
Now, I’m in college and I’m finally embracing what I’ve got.
This is my first submission here on Curve Appeal, and I have to say how much I loved this blog and how much it has helped me accept my body. Last year I gained almost 20 pounds ; I freaked out. I lost some of the weight (not exactly through the healthiest means) but I still didn’t lose those last 10 pounds. But at 160, I looked in the mirror and thought I looked great! And that’s when I realised that I‘m more than just a number on the scale. Screw the BMI, I‘m cute as hell!
Hi. I’m Amanda. I am 23 years old, 5 feet tall and 140 pounds. My measurements are 36B cup, 32 waist, and 40 hips.
I have always had difficulty seeing my body for what it really is, and tend to view it in a negative light. I didn’t have my (one and only) growth spurt until I was 14. That meant from about the age of eight years and onward, I was taunted by my schoolmates for my weight. The boys oinked at me and the girls whispered about my size behind my back.
I know I’m a beautiful curvy woman now, but sometimes its hard to get the negative voices out of my head. Finding my fiance who loves me just the way I am, has definitely helped! If there is one thing I have learned, it is that I am a much happier, healthier person, when I love my body for what it is.
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