According to this 18-year-old activist, clothing stores need bigger sizes. Do you agree?
Being plus-size is not a big deal in the 21st century. Women are loving their bodies and feeling confident, and eat. Actually eat and still get into dresses. Now, these remarkable, strong, stylish plus-size women have emerged and excelled in a fashion industry that was once closed to them.
The movers and shakers of the plus-size fashion world are women from all walks of life and an amazing variety of skill sets, bound together by one motivation. They want to create more fashionable clothing for women who need sizes larger than a 14.
With the rise of social media, fashion-hungry plus-size women have new channels to share their passion. Bloggers like Nicolette Mason, Gabi Gregg, Nadia Aboulhosn, and Marie Denee routinely influence the industry, some even parlaying their work into capsule collections or entire lines that sell out instantaneously. Odds are, each of these women have a bronze culottes story of their own, and have dedicated their careers to improving the industry because of it.
We agree that clothes should be made in bigger sizes, as long as fat girls don’t wear tights all the time.