I was at the mall for the better part of this day and there is one thing I noticed, there’s a lot of plump women wearing all black. This is really no surprise because it’s common fashion knowledge that black has a slimming effect.
Unfortunately, some of these girls forgot that if you’ve got extra folds in your middle, you shouldn’t wearing something that attaches to your body like second skin, EVEN IF IT IS BLACK. It just makes the whole thing pronounced…more noticeable. I knew this because I saw a girl glaring her eyes at me when she saw moi staring at folds and folds of black-clad flesh under her rather saggy boobs. (Haven’t she heard of push-up bras?) I know it was rude of me but seeing her… as Coach Sue of Glee would say it, I am forever traumatized by the sight.
Don’t get me wrong. I don’t have a model body to die for. In fact, I am also FAT. But I don’t wear those extra pounds like a badge. I try to emphasize other assets than my protruding belly.
To all the big ladies out there, just because you see models wearing skin tight shirts and jeans, it doesn’t mean that you can wear it, too. Choose clothing that’s your own size, not one or two sizes smaller. If it must be black, then so be it. But it won’t hurt to start adding a bit of color to your wardrobe.
On a related note, I’d like to share a bit of trivia. I am doing a presentation for my client, as her virtual admin assistant, on different islands in the British Virgin Islands. The name Virgin Corda literally means Fat Virgin in Spanish. Here’s a logo depicting that name:
With curves like this, who needs the best diet pills? I actually think that image looks sexy… enticing. She may not be your typical mermaid, but she’s got a lower body that’s made for breeding.