This message is super sweet, so thank you for taking the time to send it ♥
However, I wanted to take a second to address the first half of your, just because it’s something I’ve been thinking about a lot recently & whenever I see comments like yours, they always make me really sad.
Of course, if your body looks different to mine, outfits aren’t going to look the same on you as they do on me, but when you say “they don’t look nearly as good” what do you mean? They don’t drape properly? They don’t sit properly? They stretch in the wrong places?
What do we mean when we say “properly”? Who gets to decide what the right & wrong places are? Even in the plus-size/fatshion community we still tend to buy into these rules - that’s why the most popular plus-size blogger are predominantly white, not visibly disabled, femme-presenting, with hourglass figures - & it’s shit.
But the reality is that “looking good” is not some objective standard. Of course mainstream society likes to claim it is, but that’s 100% bullshit. The concept of “looking good” is based on aspiration, comparison & discontent; it’s deliberately designed to be unachievable & exclusive.
So, fuck “looking good”. If you’re happy in yourself, & wearing clothes you love, I can guarantee your cute little butt looks amazing, so just keep doing you.