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« Reply #90 on: January 13, 2011 11:47:40 PM »

XD lolz made ma laugh. You were being brutally honest right there girly and I liked it. Apparently though people have feelings that get hurt easily. While I am not a plus sized woman by any means ( 5'4'' 125) i have a couple of friends that are so I get what you mean. I think that It would be best to tell the individual in a message rather than just airing it out that they look bad. And yea!! They deffo should be able to make stuff easier to flatter larger figures than just the size 3
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« Reply #91 on: March 16, 2011 09:28:55 AM »

Constructive criticism should only be given if a poster asks for it. Period. After that, there really isnt an excuse for being an asshole. If you dont like what someone is posting, and they have not asked for your opinion, keep that shit to yourself. The internet doesnt require you to reply to anything.

Everyone, regardless of size, is at a different place with their bodies and how they've learned to dress it. Style is about evolution and if you are actually making those clothes, its about learning to sew the most flattering cuts you can. I dont think folks can thrive and feel safe to experiment if they are afraid of being attacked (which, if you are making uninvited comments, it is an attack). Additionally, every fashionista worth her weight in gold knows that fashion rules are intended to be broken. So, sweeping statements about what I can and can not wear, especially from someone I've never seen post photos of themselves in their creations- can GTFO. If I wanted snarky, body policing comments about the clothes that I spend lots of time and money making, I'd FED EX Joan Rivers my soul.

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