Take the plunge

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I've struggled over the years with finding the meaning in fashion blogging, if there is any. I've always been fascinated with the armor that is personal style and have never been afraid to experiment with my own, so fashion blogging seemed to come naturally. As a person who searches for deeper meaning in almost everything though, I've found it difficult at times to continue with my little fashion blog.

I've never been comfortable with comments like "I wish I could dress like you." because that's not the message I want to send. I want you to dress like

you

. Don't listen to those who say "not everyone can rock that shirt" because it's about more than the shirt; it's about owning your body and complementing your silhouette with clothing- and wearing that shirt you love so much. So, to throw this message out there in picture form, I'm taking the plunge and going tits out.

You may just now be discovering that I am in fact a curvy woman; this is because I've covered up and hidden my body to blend into the fashion sphere, until now. I want to show you guys that there is more than one way to complement your frame, and whether you want to go full-on bodycon or laid-back and slouchy, there is a way to make it work for yourself

and

be fashionable.

By Whitney S. Williams

Photography by Angie Miller

Top: 90's Victoria's Secret, Skirt: TJ Maxx, Necklace: 

Emma Ware

 (from 

Funky Bijou

), Heels: vintage

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