For most of my life, I’ve worn T-shirts and baggy tops. Since I was a child, yes, and I know you’re thinking obviously right? But for most of my teenage and young adult life as well. My body hasn’t grown too much out of that child stage it seems because I am a part of the itty bitty titty committee. Go ahead, laugh if you want. I am. I could wear something sexy and still look like a little girl, I’m almost 25 years old. Low cut, V cut tops or dresses, ugh. Don’t get me started.
Or not being able to find the right bra, searching for padded bras…
Us girls with small boobs have problems too. It’s like we’re not supposed to wear bras or were supposed to shop in the children’s section cause when I shop there are never any A-cup bras. I might get lucky every once in a while and find a couple.
But the point of this whole journey is that this body is the body I was created in. So I’m learning to love who I am inside and out. I’m learning not to worry about how others think I look, how others think I should dress, or if I “look right” in something. Don’t get me wrong, with our body types there are some things that require a certain fit, you don’t want to wear anything too tight, too big, etc. but there have been tops that I really liked and didn’t get just because it was out of my comfort zone simply because of my bra size. Then I see others wearing the same type of clothes I’d like to wear, similar to my body shape and I’m like “it looks so cute on them” so why can’t it look cute on me too?
This is part one of my self-love journey. It might be weird to start out with finding a unique style, but that’s where I am in life right now so that’s where I’d like to begin and tie it with body image.
I hope you all join this journey with me especially if you’re just learning your unique style and how to love the body you were created in.
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