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brooklynboobala:

brooklynboobala:

**THE SIZING**

EACH DRESS IS SIZE 3/4X OR 26/28 BUT UNFORTUNATELY THEY RUN QUITE SMALL. I ESTIMATE THEY WOULD BEST FIT A SMALLER 3X OR A LARGE 2X.

**THE QUALITY**

ALL OF THESE DRESSES ARE WELL MADE AND ADORABLE, BUT JUST DID NOT COME CLOSE TO FITTING MY FRAME (BROAD SHOULDERED, BIG BELLIED, TALL!). THEY ARE ALSO STILL IN THEIR PLASTIC BAGS DIRECT FROM THE ONLINE SHOP. I HAVEN’T WORN THEM NOR HAS MY CAT SLEPT ON THEM. :)

**THE LINKS**

In order of appearance:

The Roadside Attraction dress from ModCloth! 

Blue Swallow dress from New Look!

Blue Butterfly skater dress from New Look! 

Printed Smock dress from ASOS!

Palm Print T-Shirt dress with pockets!!

On The Open Seas, a blue sailing dress from ModCloth!


**THE RULES**

1. You don’t have to follow me, it’s ok. I’ll understand. (weepy voice)
2. Likes don’t count. Only reblogs. Doing it more than once won’t help you. Don’t spam your friends, kids! I’ll be removing duplicates with my Excel savviness. 
3. On 3:00pm EST on October 1st, 2014 the clouds shall part and I will announce a random winner.
4. Winner will be chosen like a number in a hat, totally at random. So bribes won’t help you! 
5. I dunno what the other rule is… something important!

**MY REQUEST**

My request about entrants in this giveaway: if you can easily afford these dresses on a regular basis, please don’t enter by reblogging this post. I don’t mean that in a nasty way either. I want these to go to someone who just cannot afford new clothes and a lot of these are appropriate dresses for work or events that someone otherwise can’t purchase. 

I just want to hook up a fattie out there who needs some universal love in the form of fatshion. 

If I forgot anything, you can message me, but uhhhhh, I may have forgotten stuff.

OH RIGHT

Like, I’ll ship anywhere. That’s no problem. 

AANNNNND, WHAT ELSE… 

Questions about sizing? Ummm… I’ll try to answer them. They’re all small fitting for a 26/28 person like me. I’d say these are all made more for 22/24s. Whatever that conversion is in the UK or anywhere else, I really couldn’t tell you!! :(

Good luck, y’all!!!! <3

Heyyyyy you got two more days for my fancy fatty giveaway and I am very excited to see who wins. :)

P.S. ON A WHIM I JUST DECIDED TO HAVE A RUNNER UP PRIZE. It’ll be a grab-bag of some other dresses that I have in my donation bags. I don’t have pics, I don’t have any info, but I’ll totally kick somebody some cute stuff that doesn’t quite fit me, but might fit youuuuuu. Okay, so two winners! One who knows what they’re getting, and one who doesn’t, lol. <3

sweetwhatsername:

themilitantbaker:

I’m often asked if by promoting body love, I’m glorifying obesity.To that I say: If you’re really concerned about health, you’ll ignore the largely irrelevant factor of weight and focus on more significant issues like: making sure families can afford nutritious food and have access to education that allows them to provide. You’ll also focus on providing un-biased healthcare and you’ll help de-stigmatize mental illness so people aren’t afraid to ask for help and can lead mentally healthy lives which then allows physically healthy lives.But regardless of health: I believe in glorifying all bodies. All of them. Because every single person in the entire world deserves to feel good about and love themselves. It’s that simple. Fat and thin; healthy and unhealthy. Everyone deserves happiness and when people start to embrace themselves just as they are, the world as we know it will transform into a happy, balanced, healthier (physically and mentally), and more beautiful place.So y’know what I glorify?
I glorify HAPPINESS.

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Join in on the #GlorifyHappiness campaign by posting a happy full-body picture with the hashtag #GlorifyHappiness to show that self-love is for all bodies and all people.For more info, you can visit The Militant Baker &lt;3

Sing along if you know the words. Join in and #GlorifyHappiness!

sweetwhatsername:

themilitantbaker:

I’m often asked if by promoting body love, I’m glorifying obesity.

To that I say: If you’re really concerned about health, you’ll ignore the largely irrelevant factor of weight and focus on more significant issues like: making sure families can afford nutritious food and have access to education that allows them to provide. You’ll also focus on providing un-biased healthcare and you’ll help de-stigmatize mental illness so people aren’t afraid to ask for help and can lead mentally healthy lives which then allows physically healthy lives.

But regardless of health: I believe in glorifying all bodies. All of them. Because every single person in the entire world deserves to feel good about and love themselves. It’s that simple. Fat and thin; healthy and unhealthy. Everyone deserves happiness and when people start to embrace themselves just as they are, the world as we know it will transform into a happy, balanced, healthier (physically and mentally), and more beautiful place.

So y’know what I glorify?

I glorify HAPPINESS.

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Join in on the #GlorifyHappiness campaign by posting a happy full-body picture with the hashtag #GlorifyHappiness to show that self-love is for all bodies and all people.

For more info, you can visit The Militant Baker <3

Sing along if you know the words. Join in and #GlorifyHappiness!

, #GlorifyHappiness