Crop top? High-waisted shorts?! FLORALS!!! This outfit is not only the perfect #trifeca for this summer, but is only $30 CAD!! 😱
This sexy number from @bigsiscloset will not last long so go and shop now! 😘💓
Finally getting close to my pre-pregnancy body again. My bodysuit is from @dynamiteclothing & the pants from @shop_mboutique
I used to be a 00 & to be honest, I thought that I looked good, but I'm now in a size 5 even a 7 sometimes & I'm not ashamed. My body has definitely changed with age & having children and I have learned to embrace it, stretch marks and all. I was always trying to look like what people thought I should, but that was never healthy. My body bared 4 human beings & for that I will always wear my stripes proudly! I'm thankful for the opportunity that I was able to have children through my diagnosis of endometriosis & PCOS (which was founded years after I had my oldest son). Some women never get the chance to experience the miracles of pregnancy & child birth, but I was one of the fortunate ones.
#Thankyou to all our customers ❤️Friday and Saturday ❤️ Specials just for you ❤️ Imagine if we just loved our bodies, exactly as they are 💋 @cestmoiclothing @josephribkoff @lisettelstyle @symplistyle @bryn_walker_ @toniplus14_22 @vickyleeg
I like to call this “Fatter IRL.” Here’s the thing: I know my angles. I know what makes me look thinner, what angles are “flattering” and what to do to look the best I can look. But it’s annoying and hard to always pose, to always try to look thinner, to contort my body in a flattering way. I’ve gained about 30 lbs in the last two years from stress, and poor eating habits bc student life amirite?! Some days, loving this body is hard. Clothes that used to fit don’t, shopping has gotten harder, but at the end of the day I’m so much more than a number on a scale or numbers on a tag. I’ll probably lose weight again, and I’ll probably gain weight again. But I can pretty much guarantee that I’ll always be #FatterIRL 🤘🏻 // #fatbabe
Today I was diagnosed with Adult ADHD. Tbh, I’ve thought I might have it since high school, but I figured I just struggled the same as everyone else to focus. My parents told me it was normal. My teachers never saw a problem (even though I was constantly in trouble for talking too much, lol). It took me until now, at 24, to decide to go to my doctor and do something about it, and I am genuinely relieved I did. 👍🏼
So basically, what I’m trying to say is you don’t need anyone’s permission!!! or approval!!! to do something for yourself. Talk to your doctor! Talk to your therapist! Don’t wait for someone to do it for you! You know yourself best, so trust your gut 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼