Emily 19. UK 14, 180lbs, 5’9”. Fashion clothes aren’t just for the slim y’know? Embrace what you’re given, girls.
My name is Quinn and I’m a college student. Also, I’m very proud of my curves.
21 years old, 5’9”, 170lbs
Hi, my name is Helen.
I am 18 years old, I am 5’10”, and I weigh roughly 200lbs.
I’m not entirely sure of my measurements, but I’m a 38DD and my clothing size varies from 14-18.
I’ve struggled with my weight and body image my entire life, and my main issue with my looks was the thought that no guys would like me or that I would never fit anybodies ideals of pretty or sexy.
Now I know that isn’t entirely true, and I’ve come to the realization that I shouldn’t base my body image on what men may think of me.
I’m still not 100% happy with myself, and I don’t know that I’ll ever be, but I’m slowly starting to become more comfortable with myself.
Chin up, ladies. You’re all beautiful, sexy women just how you are.
My name is Hailey, I have submitted here before :) Currently I am building a portfolio to try and become a plus size model.
US size 12, 5’8” 175 lbs.
main blog: makeamesslionesss.tumblr.com
lesbian blog: quand-on-est-ensemble.tumblr.com
6’1/2”, 195 lbs, size 10/12. I just passed three years in recovery for an eating disorder. I’m not always confident, but I love my curves and dressing for them.
Sara Hope. 5’9 and a half, 160 pounds. I’ve been recovering from anorexia and extensive laxative abuse for the past year.
This picture was taken on 09.05.13 in Lanzarote whilst me & my girlfriend were holidaying. She’s incredibly slim and I was so paranoid that I would look like the “fat one”. But looking back now, I don’t see a problem. I’m 5’9, 180lbs and a UK size 14. I may not have a figure worth photographing but in my eyes, I have a figure worth loving.
US size 16
I love being an amazon woman and I love little dresses.
As Mika said “Big girl, you are beautiful!”
I am deciding between these two gorgeous swim suits! I love this blog so much. It’s made me feel so good about myself and everyone on here is gorgeous!
I’m 5’9”, 165 lbs., US size 12, 38, 29, 41.
Hello all! :) My name is Halie! I’m almost 19 and I’m about 190 pounds and a size US 16/18. I have always struggled with my self image. Some days are better than others, but it’s always kinda in the back of my mind..”You don’t look like her, Halie..” or “Okay, you’re going to the gym everyday this month.” I have also always struggled with talking to myself in ways that aren’t helping me or building me up. People I know think that I am one of the most confident people they know, but the self judgement comes in my mind or when I’m alone. I’m 5’9, medium framed, I don’t really have a “thigh gap” or the Barbie figure.. But I’ve never wanted that. I was always the tallest girl in my classes growing up and made fun of because I developed the “Woman Figure” around the age of 11 or 12, when all of my friends were still developing. I have discovered that the “Woman Figure” is to be cherished, respected, and loved. I’m loving my body more and more, day by day. It’s a process to talk better about and to myself, and to see my flaws as beauties, but I’m on my way! Love yourselves, ladies! We’re all in this together! :)
Size 8 US / Size 10 US
I’ve never loved how I looked in a bikini but in the past, I would suck it up and convince myself I didn’t look as bad as I thought. Today, I tried on this swim suit and something clicked… I was for the most part, really happy with what I saw.
I’ve never been confident with my body, like many women on this blog, but i’ve started “rockin’ it” and couldn’t be happier! I couldn’t care less about the number on the scale, it’s just a number. I’m more worried about how I feel on a day to day basis.