I was in a conversation the other day about finding clothing inspiration from plus-size fashion bloggers when you’re at the larger side of plus. A young woman was looking for places to shop and inspiration; she wears a US 20/22 (AU 24/26’ish). Stumped, she had reached out to a group I’m in and asked for suggestions. Of course, I sent in my list, American-based since she is. And it made me realise, I should totally do a round-up on the blog. Obviously! And here we are talking size 22+ plus-size fashion people.
Too often we tend to see the next big thing, plus-size fashion-wise, come from Instagram’ers/Bloggers in that size 14-18 category. I’ve done a post about Australian Plus-Size Fashion Bloggers to follow. And well, great. But what about the other end of the spectrum? What about the bigger end of things? Where are the coverage and representation there? Don’t you worry, friend, I’ve got you. Here are some size 22+ plus-size bloggers that I follow. Most of them are top of the game with some of the highest content-producing Instagrams out there. In. The. World. Some still even have blogs. I know, that’s so 2015 of us. I went as global as I could with my selections, I hope you find someone new to love.
Plus-Size Fashion Bloggers (Size 22+) you need to follow on Instagram!
Chloe in Curve
Natalie Means Nice
Rez to the City
Ready To Stare
Rosey Bee Me
It’s Me Kellie B
And there you go, team. I hope while you’re over on Instagram adding all these ladies you stop by my account @sugercoatit and say hello! I’d love to see you there. Sharing outfit photos and my personal style, hasn’t really been something I’ve done a lot of in the past couple of years. At one time, that was a conscious choice, but other times, I just haven’t been confident in the quality of content I was producing. Which, I know probably seems silly to some people. Just post the photo, right?
But my work matters to me, I want it to be good, or at very least improving. Yes, sometimes I get caught up in the idea that if it’s not right. But if it’s not good enough, then I shouldn’t use it. The real problem is when nothing is good enough and there’s really other stuff going on. I thought I’d share that as a nod to the women featured above who make things almost daily to share. That takes something, the least of all being a lot of work. My hat is off to them!
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Hi! I’m Melissa Walker Horn. Around here, they call me Suger. I’m the Chief Blogger and doer of all the things here at Suger Coat It. Blogging since 1901; I love a casual ootd, taking photos, and writing about things that irk or inspire me. I love wine and cheese, long days at the beach and spending time with my family. I make stuff for the internet over at Chalkboard Digital. You know, living the sweet life.