I have always struggled with my body from a very young age. It has to stop!
i feel like my body can be described as “a weird pear shape drawn with squggily lines”. neat.
Hi yes im in love with my body and it took princepeixes for me to realize it. Thanks boo ♡
Enjoying one of the last warm summer days and the opportunity to wear a nice summer dress. This dress does make me look a bit more pear-shaped than some of my others and I’ve been a little bit uncertain of the length before as I feel it makes my legs look a little chunky but I’ve been feeling a bit more confident today.
Dress: great plains, size xs
White cardigan: red herring, size 8
hips appreciation post, ft Totoro.
I have a love/hate relationship with my hips. But, today, I love them.
We all have our own shape and that is okay.
For years I’ve been dealing with a great problem with my own body. I deny it and strive for something that is never at my reach to which diminishes my self-esteem. Some clothing doesn’t fit me correctly and some are just unflattering. But I can’t keep up with this denial and accept my body as it is.
I have a pear-shaped body. That means I’m quite thin on my upper body but my hips, butt and thighs are hopelessly huge. At times I have to buy some pants at 1 or 2 sizes up just to make them through my butt or hips and then use a belt to prevent this huge gap in my waist.
I don’t resent it anymore and the more I look at it in a different perspective the more I feel sexy and love my body.
It’s true that I need to exercise anyways since I stay and work all day sitting in a chair, but no matter what that is my structure and I need to learn to love it.
Remember to love your body.
21 years old.
#OOTD ft my mahoosive hips #pearshaped #fatty
Officially past caring that I’m not stick thin.
I really like cake.
It’s taken a lot for me to finally be semi-comfortable in the body I’m in. Last time I measured, I was 36-31-47, at 173-175lbs (it’s always fluctuating). I’m a curvy woman, and for the longest time I found that I needed to hide it. I pretty much dressed in baggy clothes and jeans most of my life because I felt out of place and didn’t want anyone to see my belly or wide hips. I’ve started to appreciate my curves, but it’s not easy all the time. It’s always a tug of war with wanting to show them off to hiding them because I feel it looks so disproportionate. I still feel disproportionate at times, but IT’S OKAY. I’m still learning about the ways in which I can flatter my body, and dressing up to make MYSELF feel better. I never wear crop tops, but I think I rocked this outfit pretty well :) Believe in your body and yourself, but don’t get discouraged if you’re not feeling yourself all the time. Whether you want to dress comfortable or sexy, do what makes YOU happy. :)
I’ve met some girls who think childbearing hips are a bad thing. Wide hips, thick thighs and pear shapes are where it’s at. Anyone who says otherwise can kiss my disproportionately large ass.
more ‘look at this bright as fuck swimsuit’ selfies
so i actually went and bought a crop top…
Have an #ootd because why not. #boyscout shirt from @Cillies in #AthensGa. #Elle jeans. #Thrifted #moccasins.
I finally love and accept my body shape, the past 3 years I’ve struggled with an eating disorder and loving myself because I hated my curves, I used to think I was fat because I was a bigger build than the rest of the girls in my year, I’ve finally understood that this is who I am and I won’t be able to change it, yes I’ve got fitter and toned up but my body shape will still remain!
I can honestly say how proud I am of myself for getting through it all 😊
Self love is so important, embrace it❤️