Last weekend when I forgot to bring another pair of pants with me, I didn’t mention that the outfit I wore all weekend was my current favorite outfit.
Not just my favorite, actually. The one that I feel awesome in. The one that I strut in. It hits me perfectly, accentuates my waist and hips and booty.
Besides the fact that it was probably (definitely) really smelly by the end of the weekend, I worked that outfit. I didn’t think about my extra belly chub from pregnancy, or my dimpled thighs, or any of those super important things I waste so much time worrying about.
Yesterday a new site called Curvy Girl Guide launched. It’s for women of all ages, shapes, and sizes who love themselves, or maybe want a little help getting there.
I am going to be the best role model for my daughter that I can possibly be.
I hope you all like it!
(And yes, I AM double fisting AND holding a mini cheesecake in the picture. CONFIDENCE!)
love the outfit!! i love the idea of a curvy girl site! me wanna be a part of it!
You look great! I want a confidence outfit.
You look absolutely beautiful, Heather!!
I think this is a great idea, though people should not forget that the downside of (not curviness but) overweightness isn’t just social stigma, it can also be about compromised health (inactivity, poor diet, etc).
So let’s celebrate woman of all sizes, who are working hard to take great care of their bodies not to look like a bikini model but for their own health!
That’s what the site is about. And it’s not just people with a little bit extra, it’s for women of all shapes and sizes.
You should check it out and see.
OMG. where where where did you get that shirt? i must have it. i’m going through a tough body-love time and could really use a shirt that helped me get my strut back. thanks for sharing!
That is a super cute outfit. You look beautiful.
So excited for the new site. Heading over to check it out now.
About to go check out the website. Girls need all the help they can get these days with all the conflicting images and messages out there. I had a hard enough time growing up on my own in the 90s; can’t imagine what it’s like NOW.
Forget the outfit (which is CUTE, and love the red bag) I am in awe of your MAD SKILLZ at the wine and cheesecake holding. Excellent work, and something to aspire to.
You are AWESOME! To be that confident for your little girl, I hope that I can be like that (even though my little girl is over 4). Girl you are AWESOME, keep it up!
Love the double-fisted cheesecake hold. And totally awesome that you’ve got that confidence dress, I can’t remember the last time I felt awesome in anything!
You look amazing!!! I’m checking out the website now, thank you for that!
I’m pretty sure that you’re my hero!
Rock it, girlfriend!
I have a couple of go-to outfits myself…some days it’s all about fake it to make it through for me.
You look awesome. And so does the cheesecake!!!!
I am so excited for you and Brittney. You two rock.
You look so excited in that photo and the dress is cute! Glad you have a ‘go-to’ outfit that makes you feel great! Still looking for mine!
Work it girl!!! Love the pic! Especially the double fisting/cheesecake action! Heading over to check out the curvy girl site now. Like you, I want to be the best role model for my daughter. I’m also trying to come up with a little “survival guide” for my neice who is just hitting puberty *groan*. All the fun parts of being a girl! Hoping this site will help me with that!
You go, Heather!
You look great! And good for you for being a good role model for Annabel. =o)