Hello Lovelies! Doing well, I assume. We are discussing body-con dresses on the site today. Got mine from Rosegal.com. I know some ladies out there shy away from body-con dresses for some reasons and I feel they are thus
1. It draws unwanted attention
2. It too alluring
3. Lack of confidence to just pull it off
4. Body conscious.

Me being slim I was just not confident enough to pull it off because I always felt like they are for the curvy ladies. Now that I’m a style blogger, I’ve decided to try some fashion risk for the blog and I’m here to say it’s not what you wear but indeed how you wear it. Sometimes society just make a certain type of rule when it comes to fashion for example, saying wide legged pants are only for curvy ladies, skater dresses or skater skirts are for slim people, short skirts are for tall people and so on.

No! nothing is precisely for anyone. At the end of the day, you need to know your body, what works for it or even manipulate how it can work for you, life is just too short and precious to follow a rule created by society, are you living for society or are you living for yourself?

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