Being skinny doesn’t mean being beautiful

Megan Smith
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Being skinny doesn’t mean being beautiful.

Being skinny doesn't mean being beautifulIn fact full bodied men and women are more appreciated than ever.

We’ve even compiled a guide on what are the best fitting jeans for heavy guys.

Being skinny doesn’t mean being beautiful: Introduction

Beautiful? What exactly does that mean?

Something that is beautiful is something we want to look at again because it touches us and because it has a soul/personality.

Overly perfect is not beautiful and it is no different with people.

Exuding self-confidence is important for every woman and man, regardless of your size.

You should be able to meet and greet other people with flair and confidence.

Knowing that you look good can give that self-confidence a helping hand.

Beauty is so much more than being slim

Knowledge of your own body and how to look your best is essential for this.

Being overweight does not change your body type but it does change the proportions of your body.

It is important to take an honest look at your body and recognize your strengths and weaknesses.

Are your legs not the most beautiful part of your body, but do you have a nice cleavage? Or do you have a small belly but firm and toned legs?

No matter what dress size you are, it is important to draw attention to your strengths.

First and foremost to your face, which after all is the center of our communication.

And you do that with the help of a youthful and groomed hairstyle and a little makeup for aging skin and a good and clever use of colors.

The person with a size more

Why use this word, when otherwise we always just talk about clothing sizes?

Shouldn’t we make it less of a big deal if someone is a little bigger/fuller?

In any case, the large/full-figured women and men have long been fully integrated into society.

These individuals have long since ceased to be a separate group and countless brands and stores serve this group of people with beautiful attire.

What to do with a distinct waistline?

Only figure concealing garments were often available in large sizes in the distant past.

But nowadays, you can find clothes that will show off your figure beautifully.

So it’s not about hiding or covering up your body anymore. It revolves around making your body look as beautiful as possible.

So do you have a distinct waistline? Then don’t be afraid and show off your waistline.

If you know what body type you have, you will find that it easier to go to the shops or online.

Several sites allow you to click on your body type and you will be shown the models that best fit it.

But be a little critical because not all examples will fit your body the way they should.

First and foremost, of course, online shops want to sell. So if there are few clothing models in stock that fit the pear figure (A-silhouette), for example, sometimes the models are suggested that don’t really fit you well.

For more information related to pants in particular, read our other post Frequently Asked Questions regarding pants

Develop your own style

Knowledge of your body and your figure is the foundation and so is clothing and self-confidence.

The more you know about your body and color type and style personality, the easier it is to make the right choices and develop a personal clothing style.

Then you make of yourself a picture to which it is pleasant to look. Because beauty is so much more than being slim!

Being skinny doesn’t mean being beautiful: Conclusion

Nope. It’s all about self-confidence. Being plus-sized is no longer a matter of gossiping and ridicule.

Clothing stores are recognizing this and rather than hiding, celebrate your figure and focus on the good points.

Regardless, that doesn’t mean you are not allowed for clothing that makes you look skinnier and in turn makes you feel more self-confident.

Related: Read up here on How to make your thighs look skinnier: Tools & fashion tips

About Megan Smith

Megan has been fighting overweight and her plus size since her teenage years. After trying all types of remedies without success, she started doing her own research. Megan founded Plus Size Zeal to share her findings. She also developed various detailed buying guides for plus-size people in order to make their lives easier and more comfortable. Read More