West Village, New York City
Seth Dress and Spider Cardigan (Size 4X) from Hell Bunny
I’m going to make this post short and sweet. I’ll let the photos speak for themselves. I did a post earlier in the week about a different dress/cardigan combo from Hell Bunny. If you are looking for details you can find it here ——> Hell Bunny 50s Bat Dress and Vampire Cardigan.Both my Hell Bunny Halloween outfits were the same size and style. Just the patterns varied .All the Hell Bunny clothing in these two posts were purchased from Sweet Echo Plus. Use coupon code “TAKE10” this month to receive 10% off your order.Please follow my blog @ http://fatshionpeepshow.blogspot.ca/I’m Fatshionpeepshow on Instagram and Facebook.If you view my blog please take a moment to leave me a comment and let me know what you think of my outfits. I also am always looking for suggestions for upcoming blogs!!!Happy Halloween!!Spooky Stinaxx
"Fed up with the false ideals around post-baby beauty, photographer and mother from Chicago, Ashlee Wells Jackson, launched a project designed to thrust the "real" post baby body into the spotlight.
The 4th Trimester Body Project is dedicated to embracing the beauty inherent in the changes brought to our bodies by motherhood, childbirth and breastfeeding..”
I always find it kind of funny when weight bigots like to claim that fat people are a “new” thing and deny that people naturally come in a wide variety of shapes and sizes and have throughout all of human history (Venus of Willendorf, the first known depiction of a fat person, is estimated to have been carved over 20,000 years ago).
Many classic and historical paintings also depict fat people.
Fat people have existed in all periods throughout history.
Just a fun fact for the people who like to claim that fat people didn’t exist a 100 years ago, or 300 years ago, or 1,000 years ago. They did. And they always will. And maybe weight bigots should just get over it already.
actually almost all classical paintings depicted people that by todays standards would be overweight to obese using the same scales a doctor would. It’s not easy to find famous painting from before 1860’s that feature models under 160 pounds.
We are here, we’ve always been here, and we deserve love and affection and respect regardless of your opinion on our health and shape.
These are my painting clothes. My thighs and belly live honey. They live. #exactlyWHOgoncheckmeboo