Mustang Sally Talks About Fit Knows No Size

The lovely Mustang Sally blogs about Fit Knows No Size 🙂

Happy Tuesday everyone!  I hope you are having a fantastic week so far.  I am going to be upfront and let you know that this post is particularly personal to me because I am going to share with you something I haven’t really discussed on the blog yet and something that as a plus size woman I feel very strongly about.

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Hayley Herms: Being Plus Size Doesn’t Mean You Can’t Be Fit!

A big shout out to the awesome Hayley Herms and her recent post about Vivacity!

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Hey, Everyone!


This blog post is all about my new favorite work out clothes from @VivacitySportswear and WHY I’m losing weight! Lately the weather in LA and Orange County has been insanely moody and I never know when I’m going to work out, whether it be day or night. There’s been a cool breeze lately that I just need to wear something that keeps my temperate stable other than a sports bra, that is breathable, and is easy to move in. My new favorite top that does all that?

The Mindy Short Sleeve Top from Vivacity #FitKnowsNoSize (Vivacitysportswear.com)!

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17 plus size women on why it’s time for size 28 models to be more visible

The day Vogue Italia released a cover featuring three plus size models is one I still remember vividly. The June 2011 issue brought Candice Huffine, Tara Lynn, and Robyn Lawley to the forefront. They were curvaceous women whose butts and thighs were thicker than those of the vast majority of models I’d seen up to that point. Although Gossip singer Beth Ditto had appeared nude on the covers of NME in 2007 and LOVE in 2009, her fat rolls beautifully unconcealed and her tummy unflattened by Photoshop, this was Vogue: The crème de la crème of the fashion industry; the kind of magazine issue that’d be seen the world over. Its celebration of three curvy models felt revolutionary — and maybe, for the times, it was.

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