My name’s Caylani
I’m 17 years old, I’m 5 feet 7 inches tall, I weigh exactly 130 pounds. My shirt size is a small and my pants size is size 11. My measurements are 32-24-35
I’ve struggled with my pear shape for a while, I’ve been trying to embrace my thick legs and small waist, but am still trying to tone down my legs. I hope one day to achieve thinner legs but if not then hopefully one day I will find happiness with my shape!
I have made it my mission to find shorts and jeans that actually fit and are flattering for my body shape.
This will be hard and I’m trying to get it to not be expensive. Any big bootied, big thigh girls have recommendations?
Hi! My name is Halen!
I am 15 years old.
I am 5’6.
I am 135lbs.
I am a size 7 in pants and dresses and a medium in shirts.
My bust measures 33.5 inches, my waist is 25.5 inches, and my hips are 39 inches.
You’re all so lovely! Let’s embrace our pear shapes. :)
p.s. this dress does not flatter my curves very much.
I just needed to make this post. ‘m not looking for attention or anything, but I wanted to share this with the people who read everything about me, but are unable to see me.
All my life I always felt fat. At a young age other kids would exclude me, they would make fun of me, I always felt uncomfortable eating around people, and I had trouble making friends because I had a low self esteem.
As I got older, people became slightly more accepting of me, I also was not as chubby as I was as a little kid. But in the back of my mind there was always something telling me that I would never be good enough and that I’m ugly and should stop eating. I still get it from time to time.
Sooner or later I sort of adopted a “fuck it” attitude towards my weight and everything. It was in this mindset that I realized I’m not as bad as I think I am. I may not be a cute little wisp that could be blown away by a gust of wind, but I am happy with who I am, even with my little chest and full hips. It’s ok to look like this, it’s not abnormal. I’m going to embrace the body I was born with.
To show that I’m happy this way, here’s a picture of me. A year ago, or even months ago, there’s no way in hell that I would have posted this. But it’s not a bad thing at all.