I fell in love with this girl and her style at the first pic, so romantic, so individual, so cute!
Thank you so much for taking part in this series, Ragini!
Here we go:
Could you share with us your thoughts on fashion vs fatshion?
I don’t really think there is that much of a difference – but fatshion as opposed to fashion I think involves a lot more self love and body acceptance than otherwise. It is hard to express yourself fashionably if you are not absolutely comfortable with your body – only then can you explore all the avenues that are open to you. Fatshion, in that sense, really comes by once you have started loving your body completely and given up on hiding it.
What is your philosophy with regard to fashion?
Well, honestly, I don’t really have one! I just wear what I like, what makes me happy and screw the haters!
I would love for you to share three of your fave looks.
Three of my favourite things to wear are definitely shorts, playsuits and cute dresses. Infact my wardrobe is composed entirely of these! Anything lacy, frilly and ruffly – I’m onto it!
How does blogging impact your life?
Blogging really has changed a lot of things for me – mostly to do with my confidence. I have definitely been hiding a lot less since I started my blog. I think putting up pictures of myself on the internet for the world to see has helped me be a lot more confident in myself and my choices (especially my fashion choices!) a lot more.
Do you have a message for all the fashionloving ladies out there, whatever their size?
Wear what YOU like and what pleases you –
you don’t have to dress to please anyone but yourself.
I couldn`t agree more, let`s dress for ourselves!