I Dressed Like a "Style Icon" to Prove a Point About Fashion

Line up all of today's top style icons and you might notice a trend: these models, actresses, socialites and tastemakers more or less fit the same mold. Come to think of it, I can't think of a single female celebrity revered for her style who isn't teeny-tiny with the face of an angel. But y'know what's weird? In looking at photos of these women, I can't help but notice their styles are pretty average: lots of T-shirts, leggings, white sneakers, and loose fabrics. This got me thinking, in our society, is "fashionable" just another word for "thin"?

To test this theory, I pulled photos from three renowned style icons and dressed myself in pretty much identical outfits. 

The rules
1) The photos I chose had to come from articles specifically praising each woman's style. 

2) The outfits had to be reminiscent of clothing pieces I already owned; no items were purchased for the purpose of this blog post.

3) Each photo I took had to be posed pretty identically to the woman in the original image.


But before we begin...
Let's acknowledge a few key points. For starters, I'm not at all bashing the women whose styles I'm emulating in these photos; if anything, I'm just shedding light on our society's reaction to these women. Furthermore, many style icons--including the three below--aren't strangers to couture or trendsetting fashion, but let's admit they also get praised for ensembles that are nothing special. And finally, I'd like to point out that the ability to dress how you please is a huge privilege, especially as a woman. There are many women around the world living in oppressed environments in which fashion is not an option, regardless of one's size.

1) Gigi Hadid



What struck me about this outfit is when putting together the pieces, I found myself reaching for clothes I would wear to my retail job, where there is an all-black dress code. This outfit was certainly comfortable, (minus the exposed midriff, which is something I pretty much never do, ESPECIALLY after enjoying a Dunkin Donuts iced coffee and bagel-combo, yikes) but also felt like something I'd throw together if I was in a rush and didn't have time to worry about matching. However, when Gigi wears it, PopSugar calls it "her signature cool." 

2) Alexa Chung


Man oh man, do I hate wearing shorts. As any pear-shaped girl knows, exposing your thighs can be the actual struggle, especially compared to Alexa's toned legs. Once I got over that initially insecurity though, I--yet again--felt pretty average. I was just wearing denim shorts and my old Goodwill striped shirt; I would probably toss this on if I was making a quick Target trip or was going to hang out with my friends. I found this funny when I found out that Alexa's photo came from an article all about styling shorts for summer, as though putting shorts and a shirt on your body is a new concept.

3) Kendall Jenner


I'll admit, I would wear Gigi's and Alexa's outfits on a casual day. I wouldn't call the looks trendy or stylish--though as we've found out, many fashion blogs would--but I'd at least throw them on to run some errands. However, Kendall's outfit is an all-around NO. I knew at soon as I pulled on the denim-on-demin travesty it wouldn't end well, and when adding in the baseball cap, I loudly exclaimed, "I LOOK LIKE A PAINTER." Turns out models aren't only praised for wearing boring outfits, they're praised for wearing ugly outfits, too.

In conclusion...
Taking photos in identical poses, I noticed that when placed side-by-side, I didn't find my ensembles to be spectacular by any means, certainly not what a normal person might call fashion-forward. Why? Maybe because I'm not 5'10''and 120 pounds. Furthermore, had I enlisted the help of a plus-sized woman to model these looks, the difference would be even more stark. Turns out in order to be considered breezy and effortless, you also have to belong to the thinnest 5% of the population. It's quite a shame, really; I wish I was considered a style icon when I went to class in leggings and a tank top.




Thank you so, so much to my friend and co-worker, Laura King! She's a marketing, design and photography genius, but I can only hype her up so much: check out her personal website to see her in action!

Comments

  1. I don't think it's about size. I'm a European size 34 and I would look bland in this too....This is not fashionable, it's plain and boring.

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  2. Hi there, I came across your blog via aplus and I'm kind of afraid that you've been missing the point completely. A point, admittedly, lots of people seem to completely miss or worse; never ever even heard of.

    When you want to look nice the first thing you have to do is know what your best assets are (the parts of your body you want to lead the eye to), and which aren't. Celebrities generally know the tricks to that and apply those tricks to their body type. Carelessly copying their style does therefore not ensure you at all that you'd look nice as well.

    1
    If you forgive me, the pants are hugely different. You've done a great job to find black pants with zippers, but the pants themselves have some crucial differences.
    Gigi's pants are cut high in order to emphasize her small waist; this is done with the high cut that leads the pants all the way to her bellybutton. It also makes her legs look longer.

    The zippers are also very important: whereas Gigi's are horizontal and gold, which compliments her tan, your zippers are placed diagonally, sneakingly leading the eye straight to your belly button.

    What Gigi is trying to do with her top is emphasizing her arms and belly simultaneously.
    The knot is once again for the sole purpose of showing off her trained belly. Did you notice how she has NOT knotted her top front and center? She's placed it a bit to the side, creating a diagonal line that makes it that only a bit of her top shows (once again, her high waist pants are helping) and the rest falls over her pants? Because your knot is placed directly above your bellybutton, once more you steer the eye towards your belly.

    Ever heard of how horizontal lines make you look fat while vertical lines don't? She tried to have the eye make a upward movement instead of sideways.

    What's also very important about your tops is that Gigi went for a halter top, where the straps lead towards the neck, a way to show more of her nice shoulder. And her top is higher, showing less skin.

    While I don't think you should wear a halter top giving you inward lines and emphasizing your shoulders, you also aren't helped by outward lines, which give you optically a huge torso.

    To go for Gigi's look your black top should have had straps that stood vertical, and less cleavage.

    2
    I kind of don't see what your problem is with that look, at all- it looks damn fine on you. Maybe even better on you than on her. And while her legs are nicely tanned, doesn't she show a lot of bone muscle and tendon? I like your legs. Have you also tried to put your shirt into your shorts like Alexa did? Did that work out for you?

    You have nothing to feel insecure about. By all means - show your legs off; compared to picture one where you show your upper arms and belly off, I kind of think this works way better on you. Go for it!


    3
    Have you noticed how from both of your jeans outfits her shirt is darker than her pants, while your pants are darker than her shirt? Your eye is lead to the dark spot, especially when it's all the same colours to begin with. Do you realize which body parts the eye is lead to in those two pictures This is of course once more emphasized with you wearing a light cap on your light shirt while she is wearing a dark cap on her dark shirt.

    And once more, as I said with picture 1, you are wearing pants with a cut that ends on the hip, while Kendall is wearing pants with a cut that end around her waist. In this picture it is perhaps clearer than the first: your pants end on the part where your body is the broadest, while Kendall's end on the part where she's the smallest. The difference between hip and waist.

    Also, did I see it correct that your pants (that you've already cut yourself?) end 2 or 3 inches under where your calf starts? Have you tried to roll it 1 or 2 inches up? Does it make your leg look thinner/longer? I kind of think you could lose those inches on those pants.

    Good job on the sunglasses btw, the mirror effect totally makes the look.

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    1. My thoughts exactly, the cut and the material makes a huge difference. The black vest top looks cheap, see through and oversized which makes your shoulders look large. Also the bra straps showing look awful. I think the only way this article could be valid is if you actually wore the same clothes, not cheap looking similar ones.

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    2. I think you looked great in the first two, so it's not really about being thin. The third doesn't work for either one of you, because denim on top of denim - unless it's a jacket over a shirt - just doesn't work.

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    3. yes!!!

      i thought outfit 2 looked great, however if you'd tucked the shirt in slightly, it would elongate and cinch your silhouette. with how low the shirt comes down, it completely draws the eye to your thighs and makes your hips look bigger. i am a size 8 and i use this trick all the time to hide my stomach and make me look thinner.

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    4. I read a link to your blog and took the time to come to your page to comment. I'm glad to see others have already said what I was going to say. I have seen average looking people pay attention to details such as this and look fabulous! I have also seen very beautiful people neglect these details and come off as less attractive then the average ones.

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  3. I think you looked amazing in all of these outfits! Wear them all! Wear what you want! Your body is perfect just the way it is. :)

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  4. In my opinion, they can wear whatever the f they want, it's the attitude that makes the difference, not the size.

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  5. You don't have the same eye for detail as I do. I see fit, finish, trim. You just see "shorts" or "jeans", as if it's all the same thing. And yeah, dressing for your body type is important, I'm certain you wouldn't wear the same bathing suits as them right? That's because you're not them, you don't look like them. Style is representative of the person wearing it, it's not the clothes themselves. Fabric needs to drape or hug certain areas, this is what fashion is, this is why we have humans that "model" the clothes. We just call them models, and have you noticed they have similar physiques to mannequins and the frames designers use to make their pieces? So yeah, don't be jelly, you get to enjoy that cream cheese bagel...with jelly. Those girls don't.

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  6. You missed the details dear and details are what make the outfits. Your fits and styles are not at all the same so you're outfits do not even come close to being comparable. Ps. dress for your body not someone else's! I see poor fits and lack of detail! There's no body image issue here you have a great body, just dress it for you!!

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  7. I tend to agree with the other commenters, you look super cute in the shorts outfit. The others are not for your body type (or mine), maybe just the 5%. Fun read though!!

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  8. Wow! Picky, Picky! Some posters sure think they are style gurus, don't they? I agree with you...it amazes me what some people think is fashionable. BTW...I think your legs look AWESOME!!!

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  9. loved your post. keep up the good spirits, girl!

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  10. Hey chica! Loved your blog. And your name, Obviously. Anyhow, thanks for speaking the truth. You're so right, Fashionable/avante garde = Thin & young. such a shame. thanks for calling the blogs out. Ill for sure be reading more of your writings. I too am a writer, my new site will be up in a few weeks. I think we share the same truths. I might be a little more snarkier but still in the same vein. cheers doll.

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  11. THIS. NEEDS. TO. GO. VIRAL.

    Thank you. Many many times have I thought these exact same things but didn't know how to verbalize them. Sweats and tights aren't ground breaking. T-shirts and jeans aren't "trendsetting". Fashion magazines over-exaggerate and over credit celebrities that are just going grocery shopping like normal people.

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    1. I agree! Glad I found a comment that wasn't talking about "details" and "dress for your body type" because clearly that's not what Lauren was getting at with this post. Like how Alexa's outfit was featured in article about how to style shorts ... Seriously?! It's not trendsetting! These outfits are so normal and even kind of ugly.

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  12. Okay I feel like I have to point out that these outfits are casual for the celebs as well.. you dont see them doing red carpets in these looks. So when it feels like something you would just trow on to go meet up with friends or run to the store, thats pretty much what they do as well (I'd imagine..)

    The first two looks are not stylish because the girls are skinny. You rock them too! The difference between fashion and plain, as I see it, lies in the details. In the first look it's the more visible zippers, the purse etc... tiny things that makes all black less blah.
    The second look is something you need to do more often! Your legs are fine! Forget toned, curvy is awesome! (Sorry for all the !'s but I can't believe you would have second thoughts about showing off those legs. I would seriously relocate to a warmer place if I had legs like yours. Shorts all year round) The look is stylish on both of you. You even sell it better IMO.

    About the third look... well honestly it is a disaster. Not because of what either of you weigh, I just dont like the outfit. Not on you and not on Jenner. Style is personal.. if she likes it, its great. If she is praised for her sense of fashion because of it, others probably like it too... but it has nothing to do with size, when I absolutely hate the look.

    I hope I lose 20 kg. Not because of style, not because I wanna be skinny (skinny really isn't a good look for me) but because I want to improve my health. I hope we see more curves in magazines, movies etc in the near future. I hope you will do more star-looks. I hope you feel more brave about shorts.

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  14. I have no ideia who Alexa Chung is but that oufit looks way better on you than it does on her.

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  15. I don't think it's about your size. It's how you choose your clothes. You have to choose those that fit your body. You have to choose what looks good on your body.

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  16. Well... I think a fashion look is about 2 things: wearing nice clothes, AND wear them well. Each body type/person have particular clothes that make it look nice.
    In your experience, you reproduce the look of thin models ( body types differents than yours) by replacing the clothes with cheap look a like. So you end up wearing standard clothes that not fit you... of course thats not fashion.

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  17. This article could not be more true! Models and actresses are constantly being hailed for their fashion forward style. I'm all like...it's not cute...you're cute...there is a difference. I have thought this a million times. Glamour is especially guilty of this. On Facebook they are always like... "you won't believe what Kylie Jenner wore as a skirt" (it was a belt that actually looked like a skirt) or "Bella Hadid wore this accessory as a choker...will totally make you rethink fashion" (it was a thin belt that frankly looked like a choker...like if it was a hat other boots maybe this would be groundbreaking). I see average woman with fashion blogs on instagram everyday who push boundaries and look fantastic doing it! They are style icons to me. But celebrities wearing normal closes and being heralded as groundbreaking is exhausting.

    Again, most commenters missed the point. You are right 100%. You looked great but again...you were wearing normal clothes...nothing too out of the box.. and that is the point!

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    1. Preach! So many people on here are missing Lauren's point, especially the ones giving her fashion advice and my personal favorite "dress for your body type".

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  18. This article could not be more true! Models and actresses are constantly being hailed for their fashion forward style. I'm all like...it's not cute...you're cute...there is a difference. I have thought this a million times. Glamour is especially guilty of this. On Facebook they are always like... "you won't believe what Kylie Jenner wore as a skirt" (it was a belt that actually looked like a skirt) or "Bella Hadid wore this accessory as a choker...will totally make you rethink fashion" (it was a thin belt that frankly looked like a choker...like if it was a hat other boots maybe this would be groundbreaking). I see average woman with fashion blogs on instagram everyday who push boundaries and look fantastic doing it! They are style icons to me. But celebrities wearing normal closes and being heralded as groundbreaking is exhausting.

    Again, most commenters missed the point. You are right 100%. You looked great but again...you were wearing normal clothes...nothing too out of the box.. and that is the point!

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  19. I'm no fashion expert. But I can tell that it's all about wearing something that goes well with your body.

    Case in point, the example #2 looks great in your body. I actually think you look very elegant on it, despite the fact that they are simple everyday clothes.

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  21. I have shared this on my blog facebook page. I love this post and I feel you should do more to awaken the eyes of the brainwashed. To show people that it is all an idea and that we are all beautiful regardless of what we are brainwashed to believe is.
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    xxx

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  22. Your article hits the issue head on. All three styles, but especially no. 1 and 3 look very unspectacular and 'normal'. However, I love no. 2 on you. It looks breezy, fresh and stylish, add a big white/blue shopper bag to it and you have a cool shopping outfit that can fit in inall the big labels and brand shops.

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  23. Dumb, this article couldn't be more backwards. She tries to point out that basic outfits are o Ly stylish on skinny bodies. In actuality, she's bashing girls who are in better shape. Had she cut down on bagels and cream cheese maybe this article never would have come about. And also btw, these outfits are NOT want make these girls stylish. It's their red carpet looks.

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  24. I disagree. This is not a question of size in this case. You can't randomly grab roughly similar garments, throw them on your body and expect the same outcome. What annoyed me is where you said:
    'Alexa's photo came from an article all about styling shorts for summer, as though putting shorts and a shirt on your body is a new concept.' -its not.. but thats not what they're suggesting. It's about how it's styled! Styling is about how you wear the garments. For example, Alexa's shirt is loosely tucked in, her jacket is oversized and casual, the denim is distressed.
    I understand the point you're trying to make because size does play a big impact in fashion still, but in this case I think you're wrong. It's not the fact you're not stick thin, its the fact you haven't styled these outfits as well as these girls have. I could go on for paragraphs but at the end of the day my point is style is all in the details.

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    1. Totally agree with you, there are small differences in colors, shapes or details comparing this outfits that finally make a huge difference which is not seen by everyone. And also, the quality of garments plays the big role in this point in my opinion. Better, more expensive textiles just look better.

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  25. I totally agree! I've always thought that fashion bloggers are successful only if they are stick thin. Being thin is what makes clothes look so go on them. That's why models are thin, and that's just fashion.

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  26. I think the second picture where the similarity is pretty perfect clearly shows it's about the size. Glad you did this experiment, unfortunately many will miss the point, but at least they had some food for thought and maybe on day will get it. Also weight is genetics lottery, don't try to lose weight girls, it will only make you bigger.

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  27. Have to say it: you rocked these looks better than the original sticks. I work with 12 years olds, and they're already learning to be harsh on themselves for outward appearance. And I just want to scoop them up, big them, and show the how I see them - as so incredibly beautiful. I get your point, but in my view, you looked so much better (the second one made you radiant, with the backlighting). Plus, I appreciate your nod to our freedom of fashion here.

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  28. I am not a fashion icon or follower frankly but I have to say... that in those pictures I said "Omg she looks so much better in that than the celebrity!" I'm sure the celebrities are gorgeous in their red carpet.. but I think people don't think of themselves as gorgeous because those girls are what society says is beautiful... but you... YOU are beautiful... Loved your looks (the striped shirt and shorts was super cute on you!)

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  29. I came across your post on Facebook and I don't know a thing about you. But I thought you looked adorable in all three outfits. Just as good as the celebs. And, btw, you look like you have slim hips -- not at all "pear" shaped. A stylist friend once told me that most women think they have big hips when they actually don't. Try this method to find out for sure http://www.whowhatwear.com/how-to-find-body-shape-calculator/slide5.

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  30. I think you look so great in the shorts outfit. Definitely not average! You have great legs. Rock them!!!

    PS (and more on topic) great idea for a story. It's true that none of these ensembles are cutting edge.

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  31. I truly believe there should be more "fashion models" with bodies like yours. You look awesome and have an amazing body. That's what we should be aspiring to, not being part of the skinniest 5%.

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  32. I don't know who the women you've copied are. I will say that all 3 seem to me to be unattractively skinny.

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  33. Agree completely. BTW, You look better than Alexa Chung in the shorts outfit! It is super cute on you.

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  34. I like your blog. I'm weirded out by how earnestly people are defending ridiculously boring celebrity clothing. .. finishes, details, blah blah. Get over yourselves, fashionistas. Omg Gigi knotted her tank top? Brilliant idea, thanks 1991.

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  35. So many comments here completely missing the point!
    The point that these women are wearing things to complement their figures would be relevant if we were also seeing frequent articles about women with other body types dressing to compliment theirs, but we're not, we are only seeing the ability to dress a model-like figure being heralded as style.
    To the people trying to shame this woman for eating food and being an entirely normal body type, shame on you!

    On a lighter note, you have awesome pins and should never have an issue wearing shorts - I like your photo better than Alexa's here (and I really like Alexa!).

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  36. So many comments here completely missing the point!
    The point that these women are wearing things to complement their figures would be relevant if we were also seeing frequent articles about women with other body types dressing to compliment theirs, but we're not, we are only seeing the ability to dress a model-like figure being heralded as style.
    To the people trying to shame this woman for eating food and being an entirely normal body type, shame on you!

    On a lighter note, you have awesome pins and should never have an issue wearing shorts - I like your photo better than Alexa's here (and I really like Alexa!).

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  37. Really liked your article. I suspect the celebrities also have days when they throw on clothing , get snapped in casual, comfort attire and then suddenly have the outfit turned into a fashion statement or trend and be highly amused by the fawning and praise lavished by the stylistic writers. Each item of clothing shown and worn is a basic one , regardless of who made it or the cost and I thought you did a great job replicating the essence of each outfit. Thin has always been fashionable as well as being young and designers continue to flog this concept at every catwalk and runway show. But I think social media , especially bloggers like yourself and Instagrammers are able to challenge the status quo, and everyday people who cleverly put together items of clothing , turn them into outfits and look fabulously stylish are as inspirational as a styled celebrity. I hope you had fun wearing the outfits and continue to enjoy experimenting, and creating your very own style and signature looks. 2 quotes spring to my mind...
    Fashion is not something that exists in dresses only. Fashion is in the sky, in the street, fashion has to do with ideas, the way we live, what is happening.' - Coco Chanel
    Fashion is what you’re offered four times a year by designers. And style is what you choose.' - Lauren Hutton
    Choose wisely but have fun doing it . X.

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  38. To be honest I think in number 2 you look WAY WAY better than the celebrity (whom I don't even know) I do agree that they are overly praised about wearing every day items. I've seen some seriously stylish regular people and they don't get articles in papers or online. Srsly tho, you look amazing in number 2

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  39. I think you look great in those outfits actually. I think this article make you sound very insecure and it's also insulting to say that only thin wemon can look great dressed in those clothes.

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  40. This is right in line with a blog post I wrote and had been sitting on. You pinpointed the missing piece and got me posting. Well done and thanks! Plain jeans and tees alone are not style on anybody IMO.

    http://katilmoore.com/blog/2016/2/12/why-boring-clothing-makes-me-mad

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  41. This is SO RIGHT. I am very body positive (I mean, I beat myself up sometimes, but I think all body types are great) and I never even realized until I read this. I've pinned so many outfits that are unremarkable and I never could figure out why I liked them so much, and then the lightbulb went off reading this that it was just the body type of the women wearing them. Also some of these comments make me laugh.

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  42. Love this article! I've had the same thoughts over the years. I also think a lot of people missed the point about the article and it disgusts me to see all the "dress for your body type" comments. For one, it's pretty much confirming what you are saying in your article and just what exactly does "dress for your body type" mean? Since when do clothing designers make clothes specific for body type? Of course you have the plus size stores and jean lines called "curvy" but thats about it. To those telling you to dress for your body type, maybe they should consider asking clothing companies to not put sizes on anything, just tag them by body type. Pear, hourglass, apple, waif, cow, etc. ... you get the point. That way if you're a pear shape, you won't dare make the mistake of wearing something meant for a string bean. Of course, I say this with sarcasm because "dress for your body type" is so cliche, biased, and discriminative. Most clothes are made for one type of body, just in different sizes. And BTW, your legs are definitely better than Alexa Chung's ... I'm pretty grossed out by hers.

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  43. You can be a style icon if you wear the appropriate for your body clothes. You can`t choose a couple of styling ideas you thought look nice and try them on. I am tall and thin and still think that some of those would not fit my personality. So stay true to yourself, try new things but do not try the copy paste options.
    P.S. less donuts wider clothing options

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  44. The only thing you've proven is that wearing ill fitting clothes don't look good. Notice how the celebs wear their jeans higher up and Kendal's sleeves aren't half way down her hand? That. That's why they look good, not because they're slim.

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  45. I don't know but Lauren, i find you much hotter than those celebs :) :) :)

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  46. In my opinion, you look better in Chung's outfit than she does.

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  48. Fashion trends seem to change at the speed of light... well, maybe not THAT fast.. but styles come and styles go. If you looking for style then go to online fashion stores , offers designer inspired outfits with a wide range in the form of elegant dresses, pretty tops, formal and classic wears.

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