Somebody @ both of them together and get this HBO boxing event popping
After I finish posting about the things I have to post about, I’m seriously considering deleting my blog.
It’ really hard for me to explain why, because I feel like no one will really understand where I’m coming from - essentially I don’t feel like i’m good enough. I feel like i’m wasting my time and it kinda makes me sad that I don’t even know how to write/post about being fat lmao.
I’ve been beauty blogging a long time and i felt the same too, however i know that with beauty blogging, you’re judged on how good the photos of the products are, how you apply said makeup, how intricate and detailed your reviews are etc. It’s kinda objective.
With fashion (and plus size) blogging, people are judging you. Your weight, your skin colour/race, the way you style clothes, your personality, how bubbly you are, how many well known fashion stylists/top bloggers you know and hang out with and your ‘inspirational’ posts about various fat issues.
I’ve never really been “good” any one thing before; the most i’ve been is “fair”. I thought I could be GOOD at just being fat and wearing clothes - but it seems that in the plus size and regular sized blogging world, I’m not even good enough to do that. Is it my style that people don’t like? My face? The fact that i’m a bit of an introvert? I don’t know.
So I think I just need to stop wasting my time and just let the fashion part of my blog go.
GUYS. Next to Goodge St station, there is a brand new independent coffee cart called Frank & Taylor - they opened 3 days ago - they are run by 4-5 guys who are just…👌 they look like they JUST stepped off the catwalk - hipsterish beardy fellows and gorgeous as fu*k if you’re into the retro-rockabilly thing (which I am). Please visit them and tell them stephanie sent you (because frankly, I’m tryna get chose out ‘ere.)
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My name’s Stephanie and I’m a plus size style blogger who writes over at www.nerdabouttown.com and am based in the UK. I created this blog frankly because as amazing and positive as it is that us plus sized ladies are getting our moment…
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sometimes I get so tired of the glorification of long-haired, doe-eyed, “hourglass,” heavily made up, flat stomached, pretty faced, tall, feminine, “smaller” fat girls I don’t know what to do with myself
I know I fit many of those categories much of the time and am therefore one to talk…but I’m…
premierbonheur said: idk the most popular fatshion bloggers are in the 18-24 range (like gabi gregg and tess munster and nicolette mason) but the hourglass thing seems to be the major component
You think? To be fair I haven’t, like, gathered statistics. Perhaps what I mean is that I…
Who would be an example of the type of glorified "smaller" thick girls you were talking about?
I’m not gonna get specific because I wasn’t speaking specifically and it would be kinda icky if I was.
But if you keep an eye on which fat fashion bloggers are popular/well known/get the most notes, you’ll note that few are above a size 18ish or 20ish. That bothers me.