Plus Size Fashion Blogger: Aarti
Curves become her
After struggling with "weighty" problems most of my life, I decided not to hate my body and hug it when I turned 30. This is my web space to discuss plus size fashion, be physically positive, empower women and speak. It's about being physically and mentally oversized and healthy, and sharing personal anecdotes.
Plus Size Fashion Blogger: Chloe Elliott
A plus size fashion, beauty & lifestyle blog written by Scottish Chloe Elliott. Here you will find everything from styling tips to (tons of) body positivity to a little lifestyle!
Plus Size Fashion Blogger: Kristine
Fashion trends are constantly changing. With every new style, every new design and every newest obsession we keep trying to keep up. Join me as this curvy girl takes this trendy world by storm and transforms fashion trends to suit my style, size and fashion sense.
Plus Size Fashion Blogger: Gabifresh
She started her blog in 2008, Gabi Gregg works with the saying "Ignore Fashion Rules". What is so refreshing about Gabi – now a full-time blogger – is her aversion to the term "dress for your body" and turns it upside down. Gabi is one of the more visible curvy bloggers and has been featured in a number of publications including InStyle, The New York Times, Seventeen, Glamor, teen vogue, and Cosmopolitan, and has contributed to Vogue.it, Refinery29, xoJane, Glamour.com and Essence.com.
Plus Size Fashion Blogger: Hanna – The Wardrobe Challenge
The wardrobe challenge
Hanna is a 36-year-old Finnish fashion blogger who lives in London. She started her blog in January 2012 after posting photos on Tumblr and receiving great feedback. Her blog focuses on flattering outfits to copy and fun, oversized pieces that – as the Americans will notice – are more common in the UK.
Plus size fashion blogger Allison Teng
Curvy girl chic
Allison Teng is the voice behind Curvy Girl Chic, a blog that she started in 2009 and that has become one of the coolest plus-size fashion sites. Expect outfit posts, product reviews, and lots of conversations about trends and purchases.
Plus size fashion blogger: Nicolette Mason
Nicolette Mason – a LA American living in New York – is an editor and columnist with Marie Claire and regularly publishes Killer Outfit Inspo on her blog. Nicolettte also hosted a web series in collaboration with Hearst and YouTube, which now lives at Cosmopolitan.com.
Plus Size Fashion Blogger: Tanesha Awasthi
Girl with curves
Tanesha Awasthi – a graduate of UC Berkeley – started the blog in 2011 with the hope of promoting a positive body image. Tanesha even has her own fashion line, Tanesha Awasthi, is a recognized beautician and contributes to it every month Red book magazine!
Plus Size Fashion Blogger: Cece
Plus size princess
Cece is an oversized New York fashion blogger. She originally started her blog to document her journey to "get thin" before she focused on becoming healthy.
Plus Size Fashion Blogger: Franceta Johnson
Franceta Johnson is a graphic designer and fashion lover. She started her blog in 2010 as a personal diary and has as much humor as style. She encourages her readers to "try everything on, no matter how big" and "if it doesn't feel great, don't buy it!" It was also featured on Plus Model Mag and buzzfeed.
Plus Size Fashion Blogger & Model: Nadia Aboulhosn
Nadia Aboulhosn – a plus size fashion blogger – is one of the coolest bloggers ever. Her style is about taking risks and showing skin – and she also encourages her readers to do so.
Plus Size Fashion Blogger: Rosemary Florence
A rose like this
Run by Rosemary Florence – a fashion student and vintage enthusiast – this fashion blog in the UK is definitely a good choice. She lives by the saying "Chunky and yet Funky" and her style is definitely unique. On her blog, she also shows insights into her life outside of fashion.
Plus size fashion blogger: Stephanie Lawson
Buttons bows and brogues
We love the assignable mood we get by reading Stephanie Lawson's down-to-earth blog. She lives in England, loves the style of Zooey Deschanel and Kim Kardashian and her blog has been published on Plus positive and The Curvy Fashionista's blogroll.
Plus Size Fashion Blogger: Chante
Everything curvy and chic
Chante – a Florida native who now lives in New Jersey – is the blogger behind Everything Curvy and Chi, ensuring that all the articles she posts on her blog are wallet-friendly Plus Model Mag and Style blazer,
Plus Size Fashion Blogger: Olivia
One olive a day
Olivia, a manager in a local boutique, will guide you through clothing through her life. She also introduces bloggers who inspired her so you can follow them too.
Plus-size fashion bloggers: chastity
Chastity is a style blogger who is also the author of The guide for curvy girls to style. She started her blog at the same time as her image consulting business and has since made it her full-time job.
Plus Size Fashion Blogger: Jay Miranda
This California girl started her personal style blog in 2008 and often blogs about motherhood (yup, she is a mother!) And home decor.
Plus Size Fashion Blogger: Margie Ashcroft
Margie Ashcroft has a degree in fashion and an MBA. So you can say with certainty that she knows her way around. Her compulsively readable blog contains tips, outfit posts (she has a weakness for vintage) and many unique styling tricks. She also has a column on LuckyMag.com entitled "Margie Plus".
Plus Size Fashion Blogger: Sakina
Saks in the city
French beauty Sakina, who lives in Paris, launched her blog to prove to curvy women like themselves that so-called "plus-size fashion rules" are simply not true. Readers can expect a lot of street style outfit inspections and shopping items. "Because shopping is absolutely possible everywhere, even if you are oversized, ” Sakina writes on her blog.
Plus Size Fashion Blogger: Georgina
Georgina is an English blogger behind Cupcakes Clothes and her blog shows her charming personality – note her amazing pink hair – and her slightly retro-style sense.
Plus size fashion blogger: Kellie Brown
And I get dressed
"In my eyes I'm a James Bond historian, a minimalist and one of those brilliant girls who only read and never watch TV. The truth is that I love leather, lipstick and small lace items. My fashion DNA shows clear signs of multiple Personality disorder and I love bad TV. ”The quote from New York blogger Kellie Brown gives readers a taste of her sense of humor and her sense of fun with fashion.