Sensual looks and attractive images are not slim-bound! The curvy and plus size models can be a perfect exemplification of sexual and alluring looks being just as wonderful as the others. Here, we have a nice list of plus size fashion bloggers, who do serve as a source of inspiration for a huge army of followers.
This is the first blog in our list, featuring a nice variety of ideas and creative solutions. As the author, Gabi states in the description of her blog, the idea aroused in 2008 and since then she has been trying to serve as an inspiration for others to take risks and have fun with clothes, regardless of their size. “Ignore fashion rules!” this is the main ideology of the blog.
The Curvy Fashionista (thecurvyfashionista.com)
The Curvy.Confident.Chic. plus size woman is the center of attention of this blog. Again having originated in 2008, the blog aims at showing that plus size women can rule the fashion world, getting involved in all the latest trends, fashion, and styles. Here the readers can find news, trends, interviews and useful tips, as well as get involved in the Plus Size Community.
Nicolette Mason (nicolettemason.com)
Nicolette Mason introduces another insightful source of great inspiration being her blog, the advice and analyses of which are based on her own experience. Her Brooklyn-based life is probably the primary source of her blogging material. The collaboration with Vogue Italia, Refinery29, Brooklyn Magazine, The L Magazine, Stylecaster, Glamour Magazine Italy, and more, are also noteworthy while talking about this blog. Here, the readers can find some beautiful and sweet options for the most “candilicious” looks.
This is another spectacular blog about plus size fashion, where you can find really nice ways of looking classy and modern at the same time. As Sevilla-based Leticia Rodríguez, the author of this blog mentions the idea of getting involved into fashion blogging world occurred in her mind long ago. However, the blog as such was created some time later, after some album representations for friends and narrower circles of followers.
Born in Sequins (borninsequins.com)
The example of stylish and fashionable motives, presented on the personal evolution of the author herself, is found in the Born in Sequins blog, where the blogger Brittney having launched the blog in May of 2011, demonstrates the stylish shifts of her own looks. Beyoncé, body-con, leather, spiked and, of course, chartreuse are among her favorites.
Jay Miranda (jaymiranda.com)
Jay Miranda is a California girl living in Los Angeles, who has a promising portfolio including collaborations with Grazia France, Marie Claire, Glamour and Huffington Post. The thematic concentration of this blog is not only fashion but also humor and some introspection.
Stiletto Siren (mylipstickonhercollar.com)
“A life and style blog with curves.” This is how the description of Stiletto Siren expresses the main idea of this blog. Being a busy mommy of three kids, she also manages to charge the curvy chicks all over the world with positive energy and self-confidence. It’s primarily the curvy woman, who should love her life, love her body, and love herself! So this blog is the best source of finding self-assurance and of getting rid of all the complexes about plus size.
Style It (styleitonline.com)
Sarah Conley introduces her option of living a more stylish life through plus size fashion, beauty, and technology. So it starts with the tiniest details, and reaches the thorough style exemplifications. Starting from October 2006, Style It has been a major style resource for everyone around.
Girl with Curves (girlwithcurves.com)
This is one of the most memorable plus size fashion blogs, which is introduced by Tanesha Awasthi. She is trying to serve as a major player in the curvy confidence movement, and she generally aims at impacting lives through fashion, by encouraging positive body image and self-esteem. Breaking the fashion rules and proving that style goes beyond size is one of her main concerns.
Nadia Aboulhosn (nadiaaboulhosn.com)
Finally, the last fashion blog we would like to introduce is the one created by fashionista, model, and future designer Nadia Aboulhosn, who is perfect at demonstrating how pieces can become accustomed and perfectly suitable for any body type. The size doesn’t matter, the confidence does!
So, these are the main fashion blogs, from which we can learn a lot about curvy fashion styles, shifts, and new representations, the creators of which are not afraid of taking the risk and making all kinds of experiments with fashion trends and shapes. So it’s not about the size, it’s about the chic woman!