Why you will never look good in anything

I want to wear a crop top.

Image is everything, especially in today’s world where the media dictates how we dress, what we eat, and what we do.  We obsess over how we look. A thin torso so and thick hips are in. People pay big money for fake breasts and butts to conform to what the media says is beautiful. You could be fat or skinny, but still look ugly. Hear me out.

I used to–well still am sometimes–obsessed about my weight. Friends and family around me say I’m not fat, but I feel like I am with the belly I have on me. I will admit that it isn’t that big, but I do have a muffin top. I find that girls bigger than me look better than me. I finally understand why. It’s not their weight or clothes that make them look better. It’s their confidence.

Big girls can be beautiful, and everyone can recognize that. A confident woman will always look better than an insecure one. It doesn’t matter what size you are.

We all have things we wish we could change about ourselves, but the key isn’t to change them. The key is to take hold of them and embrace them.

I want to wear a crop top. I have always wanted to rock them like other girls, but I felt my stomach was inappropriate for that type of clothing. I grew up believing that anything tight wasn’t something ladies my size should wear.

Big girls want to feel sexy too. It doesn’t matter that you don’t have a flat stomach. You can wear whatever you want in taste. You can still wear high wasted pants and crop top shirts. You can wear tight dresses that show off your body because it’s your body. Be proud of it.

You can wear anything with confidence.

In conclusion, I ordered a cropped hoodie, and I love it except for the fact that I’m not sure what weather to wear it in. I can’t wear it in the cold, or my stomach will get cold. I can’t wear it when it’s too hot because it is still a hoodie after all. Clothes are confusing.


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