I'm Curvy.

First, and foremost, please check out this post from my very-soon-to-be-sis-in-law.
Yeah, she's awesome.
And now I wanna write a similar post, but I don't want to steal her idea.
SO, I'll steal it tomorrow when it's less obvious!
(Bri's probably calling me a nerd right now)

Anyway, so today I'll post about something different.
Something I discovered while Bri was very kindly taking engagements for us :)
What is it you may ask?
I'm curvy.

This is my body's evolution:
And I don't know how to be curvy!
I also don't know how to dress modestly AND cute,
so basically,
my mind is blown.
I know that I'll get it eventually.
And Bri is MORE than willing to help me,
which is a Godsend, because just Look at her!

Until I have money to spend on clothes though,
I'll just have to deal.
But it's tough.
The last time I was this size...well I didn't have curves with it.
And so now, it's a little disheartening.
Because like zillions and zillions of other girls...
I feel a lil' chunky.
It's just this crazy difference.
I was once a size 2, and now I'm verging on an 8.
What's wrong with 8?
Check these facts out.
- Twenty years ago the average fashion model weighed 8% less than the average woman. Today, she weighs 23% less.

- Ten years ago plus-size models averaged between size 12 and 18. Today the need for size diversity within the plus-size modeling industry continues to be questioned. The majority of plus-size models on agency boards are between a size 6 and 14, while the customers continue to express their dissatisfaction.

- Most runway models meet the Body Mass Index physical criteria for Anorexia.

- 50% of women wear a size 14 or larger, but most standard clothing outlets cater to sizes 14 or smaller.

Anyway, so hopefully I won't get too down.
Because I shouldn't.
And I'm sure Taylor doesn't like it.
He says he doesn't like "skinny girls"
So there you go.
How do you feel about all this?
What's your opinions?
Love ya!
Look at us taking on the world!!!
PPS You love the pictures, don't you?


  1. Whitney, the "plus size" girl who won America's Next Top Model a couple years back, is a size 10. And a small size 10 at that. pff

  2. First and foremost I do love the pictures! Second I love your blog and positive attitude. Third I LOVE this post, I literally was just complaining to my husband about the recent weight gain I have had (it isn't much) but with stomach tattoos not much is enough to make me Freak! This post just made me take a breath and realize I was being a goof, thanks so much for promoting positive self image, sometimes we all need a little positive influence!

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  3. yes. i lololove the pictures. you look great. curves are healthy... as long as you're being healthy with stuff, who cares about a little curves. i gots 'em, toosiespoosies! anorexia is gross.