I didn’t get a picture of my “first day at my new job” outfit (I looked mad cute though) so I settled for my “second day at my new job” outfit instead. The sunglasses were a bit unnecessary, unfortunately. Also, I got mistaken for an eighth grader three times in the first ten minutes. AWESOME.

My roommate is having a tea party for her birthday, so I bought this was a good opportunity to break out my heels! I don’t do heels very well, so I thought an afternoon of mostly sitting would probably be okay.

Yes I absoLUTELY wore my LSP dress again. It was my last day at work, and I needed the power of the lump to give me strength. Also? I tried something a little funky with my lipstick, Covergirl’s Siren base and NP’s Noosa on the center of my lips. It kind of worked? I’m not sure?

mandaj101:

What am I doing on this gorgeous afternoon after my last day at my retail job? Not much, just sitting on my front porch in my Lumpy Space Princess dress, drinking chai out of my disappearing TARDIS mug, and reading the article in O Magazine about tea drinkers featuring me and mommy!

Yes I wore my LSP dress again, today was a special occasion. OOTD pics to follow.

splendidsugar asked: i'm definitely not creeping on everyone who reblogged the anti-chub-rub post but hi wow you are gorgeous and your sense of style is a m a z i n g ok thank u bye

Woaaaaaahhhhh thank you! And don’t even worry about it, I totally do the same thing with my popular posts lol. I’m looking forward to the warm weather so I can try it out!

momohateshumanity:

loreleiunleashed:

splendidsugar:

Warmer months are coming, and for some people, this means dresses! If you’re like me (fat, and a fan of cute dresses, but not always of bike shorts or leggings when it’s hot) you need this stuff. Put it between your thighs (or anywhere else you need it) and voilà, NO MORE CHUB RUB. It’s a miracle! Finally you too can go pantsless without the agony of a rash at the end of the day.

oh man if this works I am ALL FOR IT

Sweet Jesus I need to find this stuff

momohateshumanity:

loreleiunleashed:

splendidsugar:

Warmer months are coming, and for some people, this means dresses! If you’re like me (fat, and a fan of cute dresses, but not always of bike shorts or leggings when it’s hot) you need this stuff. Put it between your thighs (or anywhere else you need it) and voilà, NO MORE CHUB RUB. It’s a miracle! Finally you too can go pantsless without the agony of a rash at the end of the day.

oh man if this works I am ALL FOR IT

Sweet Jesus I need to find this stuff

(via fuckyeahchubbyfashion)

Oh my GLOB you guys! My mom got me a gift card to Black Milk Clothing - isn’t she the freaking best? I also spent a shit ton on lipstick yesterday at Target, and I got this orange Napoleon Perdis lipstick called “Noosa.” It’s way more orange than I’ve ever done, but… I think I like it.

abij91:

Transformation Tuesday!! I feel sorry for the guys who peaked in High School.

I just want everyone to take a moment to appreciate how hot my friend Abi is.

abij91:

Transformation Tuesday!! I feel sorry for the guys who peaked in High School.

I just want everyone to take a moment to appreciate how hot my friend Abi is.

thefeministunicorn:

Representing my love of ice cream all day, errry day.

GIRL I AM IN LOVE WITH YOUR COLORS LET’S GET MARRIED AND HAVE A RAINBOW WEDDING

(via fuckyeahchubbyfashion)

Anonymous asked: I am absolutely envious of your body confidence. You look amazing and you known it. Loving oneself it's not always an easy thing to do. Props to you girl. You go.

fuckyeahchubbyfashion:

murmurfromtheruins:

Thank you!

Being confident didn’t happen magically, though. I had to work on it. And the first step to being confident with your body is to tell yourself you are hot shit. Even if you don’t believe it yet. Just tell yourself that. Maybe wear something out that you wouldn’t ordinarily wear because you’re afraid to look bad or weird or whatever (for me, it was skinny jeans). Once you see that you survived your outing, maybe wear something else that you’re afraid of. And so on. Eventually, you become more comfortable and wear things because you like them… not because they cover up what you are insecure about.

But it’s also about loving yourself as a person, as you mentioned. It’s important to realize that you are wonderful just as you are. And I mean just that — JUST AS YOU ARE. You’ve given me some awesome compliments, but you deserve them too! Be kind to yourself. And ignore anyone who isn’t kind to you as well.

Just thought I’d reblog this here cos I think it’s important. You should all feel beautiful. You are no different than the lovely people who submit photos or get reblogged onto this blog.
-Shelby

I like nerdy things. I attempt to be fashionable. Sometimes the two collide in big ways.

My size ranges from US 12-18. Go figure. (I hate women's sizing.)

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