Hi Beauty Open Me! So as you can tell I am bringing you all a haul from Boohoo, In this haul, I will try each item on to show you how they fit on me in hopes that this helps you in your sizing selection and for fashion inspiration. Boohoo is a UK retailer […]
I’ve always been a big girl, fat girl, plus size girl whatever you choose to call it. I remember my younger years before I began to step into my own and really love myself. I would diet for the sake of wanting to change the way I looked to wear certain fashions and to be more socially accepted. I can also remember a few times thinking when I loose weight I will show my midriff or wear this or that. I smile writing this because there is some beautiful girl out there that will read this and may have shared similar thoughts as I once did. It is my hope that she (you) will be able to look at my flawed body and know that you can wear what you would like to wear just as you are now. People are going to talk about you despite your attire, so free yourself of the caring about what others think and do what makes you happy. This sultry crop set made me happy and I feel good when I put it on. It shows my stretch marks and that is ok. The stretch marks are the evidence of prayers answered from a child that doctors didn’t think I would be able to have. So I’m not ashamed of them, they are my reminders. If you haven’t hopped on the crop top wagon, ask yourself what’s holding you back. If it’s the opinions of others I would, then shed your fears about what others may think you will see just how much open and free you life will be when your happiness isn’t surrounded by pleasing others. I’m not going to sit here and say that every day I am the most confident person but every day I love myself and that is enough for me to remember that I am just fine the way that I am. Some may not think that I am beautiful and that’s ok. Some may think I am too big and that’s ok too. It’s ok because my definition of myself will be defined by others. We have all been through so much and we have overcome so many things as well. So I stress, do you beautiful! and if you are ready, then here’s some ways to hop on the crop top wagon:
-Start with cropped pieces that are longer in length that doesn’t show your midriff.
-Pair your crop top with a skater, a-line or flared fit skirt.
-Choose a fit that does not cling to your body, but is more flowly.
-Opt for a high-waisted pant or a skirt that is longer in length that can be worn higher on the waist.
-Keep it more on the classy side, i.e if you are showing more on the top you may want to choose a skirt longer in length.
-Wear a peek-a-boo dress or top. This means that you are covered everywhere else with just a small opening exposing your midriff.
Lastly, DON’T care what others will say, think, or call you.
Until next time beloved please remember it is not what they call you it is what you choose to answer to. Never give enough power to a person that will allow them to change or determine the way that you see yourself.