How can you have a bad dream in this Calvin Klein underwear?
I have to say I’m so happy with this set, when I tried this one on, the size was perfect, they are very comfortable, simple and affordable.
Hahahaha or maybe some things get better with age 😉
I believe that acceptance is the key. Accepting who you are and being in love with your body is better than grieving for the body you’ll never have.
If you are struggling to love yourself or your body, you can let go of certain things in order to reach the love you desire. Like stop being mean to yourself or your body. Stop hating your body for its tiny imperfections.
Remember that size is just a number and trends are just a suggestion of what to wear. It is really up to you to choose.
If you know something works with your body and you feel a million bucks wearing it, then do it and don’t worry about everyone liking you. Because they won’t!
In the end you are wearing the best – your confidence!
Think of your body as the vehicle to your dreams. Honor it, respect it and fuel it.
Dinner at Jamie Oliver – Jumpsuit from ZARA
Sometimes I look to my body and remember my twenties, but I probably feel more confident now.
Happiness isn’t something that is naturally bestowed upon people. It takes effort, and a willingness to focus on positive thinking, but your hard work will pay off.
Happiness is an inside job. You look beautiful and young but sometimes you don’t feel it. And even if people can give you a compliment, only you can make yourself feel that you beautiful.
Most of us – women – grew up believing models were perfect, and that we didn’t measure up to them.
We keep striving to fit into the size 8 skinny jeans and try squeezing ourselves into dresses one size painfully smaller. It seems that we didn’t notice that we have been punishing ourselves for not fitting into the standard norm of the perfect vital statistics and body structures.
Fashion industry should admit that they don’t make clothes to fit REAL women!!
Mannequins should represent healthy life bodies and help to boost women’s body image and self-confidence when shopping, because what really matters is a healthy body and a clear mind.
Be what you want to be and LOVE your body!