Top: Cotton On// Trousers: Zalora// Chain: Asos// Sneakers: Nike// Bag: Zara// Sunnies: Stradivarius
The heat has taken over my life. It's too hot and humid outside, dressing up has become a chore rather than something I always look forward to.So, today, an outfit that's very simple that I noticed was channeling an iconic Grease character. Yep. Oddly enough, a perfect outfit for some errands-slash-family time.
People always tell me I have confidence in spades to be able to dress like this though I'm not skinny. I don't know why they'd tell me that though, because it never seemed like a big deal. But of course it is, to others. Some are genuinely interested to know how I do it - many girls with similar body types who are nervous of taking on "skinny-girl" trends (there is no such thing), but there are some who are so negatively disturbed by how I dress that they make a point of talking about it within earshot. Things like "She's so big, how can she think she looks good?" or "Look at that fat girl showing off her rolls". At this point it doesn't bother me anymore, but is this the same for everyone who doesn't fit the standard beauty type? Sigh.
Anyways, if you ever had this problem, I'm telling you that listening to them won't help you in any way. Why must we sacrifice our happiness for people we don't even know? Or wouldn't normally care about? Show that off if that's what you want babes!
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