Plus size fashion designer Ashley Nell Tipton tells the story behind becoming the winner of Project Runway Season 14, and where she’s at now.
While plus size yoga pants might be a staple in your closet (they sure are in ours!), we encourage you to let down your mom-bun and get dolled up every now and then!
If your idea of getting dressed up is just a pair of clean yoga pants, then let us ease you into this fashion resource with a challenge…
Always wear cute underwear panties!
This is actually one of our 10 steps to body love (learn more here) but since we’re talking about clothes we’ll share it here too.
There’s just something incredibly sexy and confidence boosting about wearing cute undies.
Please know, however, that you get to define what cute means to you.
If you’re a thong girl – we’re impressed.
If you rock your granny panties – we love you all the same!
You get to pick what’s best for you but for goodness’ sake, please throw out the period panties.
We encourage you to invest in some adorable panties and where them always! Trust us, you’ll thank us later.
Now, back to going beyond yoga pants…
It’s incredible how many plus size style icons there are these days and we’ve invited a few of our favorites to share their styling tips with Plus Mommy.
While not all of these fashionistas are moms, they all share many of our same struggles – jeans that wear out too quickly between our thighs and underwires from bras that have tried to stab us to death on more than one occasion.
So if you’re ready to take the plunge and leave the yoga pants at home, keep scrolling…
Ashley Dorough shares her journey from being in the TV and film costume industry to becoming an influential plus size fashion blogger.
Plus size fashion designer Jen Wilder joins the podcast to share her journey from making her own clothes as a teen to lauching a plus size clothing line.
Maddy Guiterrez joins the Plus Mommy Podcast to share her passion for plus size mom fashion and how access to plus size clothing impacts body image.
Marie Denee, the powerhouse behind The Curvy Fashionista, shares all things plus size fashion.
If you think plus size women’s clothing is limited, wait until you hear about bigger guy fashion struggles from the founder of Chubstr, Bruce Sturgell.