Thoughts About Dressing Rooms

There’s something that I want to discuss.

I am a very body positive person. I know that I’m not fat, but I am a bit rounder than I used to be. But I don’t hate myself for it, and I’ve been doing my best to eat healthy and work out. But I love my body the way it is right now. I look in the mirror and smile. 🙂


What is the deal with trying on clothes in dressing rooms at stores?

I am convinced that there is some sort of aesthetic that they use in dressing rooms to make you feel fat, like the lighting or something.

OR MAYBE, it’s just our own minds breaking down because we’re in a public place and we feel the need subconsciously to fit in with society’s standards. This sounds more likely.

Seriously though, I do my best to combat those feelings, but when I was trying clothes on the other day, I just looked fat! 

Well you know what?


I’m freakin’ tall, I’ve got nice legs, and big boobs. I sometimes wish that my boobs were smaller so that I could wear cute little bralettes and bandeaus and shit, but my boobs are never going to change, so I must embrace them. 🙂 (I mean, they’re not extremely giant and they fit my body type well.)

And I like my face. And my eyes. 





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