Can I? Yes. I can. In case you’ve missed it, Oprah Magazine ran an advice column where a reader asked if she could “pull off a crop top”, and the response was an unequivocal no unless the reader had a flat stomach. As you can imagine, this caused an outcry.
I enjoyed drawing the last lot so much that I decided to do it again. So here’s round two.
I was having a little bit of difficulty with an illustration I was working on, and starting to get frustrated. I knew I needed to step away for a bit, but also needed to remember why I love drawing. So I decided to have some fun.
I have, very generously, been sent these Wingz to review. If you haven’t heard of them before they are a solution for when you are wearing something sleeveless but wish it had sleeves. Simple but effective. I chose to review the three quarter length stretch fitted Wingz.
The wonderful Lisa from My Big Fat Blog has proposed a challenge of blogging every day in June, and I thought it might be good motivation, and should be interesting.
The beautiful Debs has come up with a new plan for #WeAreTheThey, today a group of bloggers will be breaking some so-called rules for plus size women. We are wearing the kinds of things that normally the fashion industry considers forbidden territory for us larger women. Because why should slimmer women have all the fun?
Now there’s a combination! So today is my birthday, I turn 31, which I have to say feels whole lot less stressful than turning 30. I have come to terms with my 20’s being over finally. Today has been an interesting day,daughter ill, plans cancelled, and then to top the morning off I got abuse when… Read More Birthday, OOTD and #PlusSizeDebate
I was intrigued by a linkback I got to one of my #DropThePlus blog posts. It was written by someone in favour of #DropThePlus and on first reading I couldn’t see why I was getting a linkback, so I read it again, and then a third time. Until I spotted that the link to my… Read More #DropThePlus – please listen instead of misrepresenting our views
Sorry to be repetitive, but I’ve been reading more on the #DropThePlus campaign and it got me thinking. Lovely as Ajay is, I’m sorry to say the more I think about it the less keen I am on it. Though I agree totally with their desire to make a better world for girls, and applaud… Read More #DropThePlus and our daughters
I got a lovely surprise this morning from Hayley of Curves & Curls when she nominated me for a Liebster Award. I’d never heard of them before, it turns out they are awarded by bloggers to other bloggers who are just starting out, or have a smaller following.