5’ 3” 149 lbs 38’ 30’ 43’ loving every minute of it :)
I have spent years and years letting a poor body image stop me from living life to the fullest. This submission is a big step for me in claiming my life back. Who knows what’s next? I might even muster up the courage to wear this to the beach! I want to be happy and healthy and embrace all that is beautiful in this world. I’m still working on embracing myself, but I’ll get there!
5’8, 175 pds, 43-31-43
Seattle in spring is pretty much like everywhere else in fall - rain and dead stuff. :) At least I can keep wearing my jacket & leggings & sweater dresses! Hashtag silver lining.
This photo was taken on Fort Myers beach in Florida! I went there recently for spring break with my boyfriend, and some friends. I am still trying to accept my curvy bottom half, and little-r upper half (I sometimes feel disproportionate). About a month ago I was feeling pretty down about my figure, and decided to google my measurements. This website came up, and it INSTANTLY made me feel so much better! It is now saved in my “favorites”. I have big hair, a big booty, and a big heart.
You all are so beautiful, and I am thankful everyday for finding this site. <3 <3
Measurements: 36 (36A-B bra)-29¾-43
Gina Swire for Asos Curve
31 inch waist, 43 inch hips
Lipstick Boutique Pencil Dress With Floral Panels at Asos (in partnership with Shopstyle)
My name is Ali Tate and I am a curvy model with Milk models, Ford, and Muse NYC. I love this blog!
I am 43 inches on my hips, 32 inches in my waist, and a 34d bust size. This was an editorial for Closer magazine and it was the second time they have featured a curvy model. I smell change!
Hi my name is Lauren and this is my third submission. I absolutely love this page and the people on it ! I want to thank all the people on here for helping me love myself a little more each day ♥
Size UK 16 (Sometimes 18)
Height: 5 ft 9 inches
Bust: 43 inches
Hips: 43 inches
Hello :D my name is Crystal, I have had a hard time through my adolescence because family and people would always have something to say about my weight and I have a lot of self esteem problems from it but one day slowly but surely I’ll love myself as much as I wish other girls would love themselves. I’m 5’2 and my measurements are 38, 33, and 43 (holla for the big butt crew)
I’m so glad I tumbled onto this amazing blog full of amazing, beautiful, inspiring women!
I’m an actress and (recently) a petite plus size model, standing just under 5’5” tall. After years of resistance and struggling to “get my body back” — a 34-25-38, 123 lb frame that was nearly impossible to maintain (because I’m much more fond of fine dining than I am of stinky gyms) — I’m finally coming to respect and embrace my “new” 36-28-43, 148 lb body. I’ve stopped counting calories, and focusing more on what’s inside me than outside — I rediscovered a quick and creative mind and a full and beating heart that were almost buried beneath my body-obsession. I’m writing again! I’m painting again! And I feel sexier than ever in my own skin. Now I remember that my net weight is not my net worth, and I’m more than just a body — and the more I love my inside, the more I love my outside. I have a working body, and I know how to work it! This is my body today, and I’m happy and proud.
41-31-43. 5’5”. 190lbs. 29 years old.
Those numbers don’t matter as much to me as being able to bench press 110lbs or squat 200lbs. I’m so glad my body is naturally powerful.
I wanted to congratulate everyone here and tell you all that being a young woman is hard, but the older you get, the easier it becomes to accept how you are made and see the beauty in your own composition. Appreciate your own beauty, but don’t forget to use your body. Youth is fleeting, but strength, flexibility, speed, grace - whatever your body does best - only gets better with practice.