We cannot girl-please this look hard enough.
Nope. Still not enough.
Look, do what you want; wear what you want. We’re just here to sling bitchy commentary. But it bugs us that her whole body positivity message – which is fantastic and should be supported – is inextricably bound up in the idea of promoting really tacky, shitty, ugly fashion. Sorry to be blunt, but there it is. She’s set herself up as a role model for young women on this one topic but her message is muddled by bad taste. We don’t care that it’s body-con or body-baring. That’s part of what she claims to be fighting for; the right to wear this stuff without shame. Go for it, we say. But that is one cheap-looking frock, girl. Loving your body doesn’t mean you can’t be chic or stylish.
[Photo Credit: Sara De Boer/startraksphoto.com]
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