If you’re at the beginning of your self-love journey, or even if you’ve reached the ultimate peak of body positivity, it can never hurt to get a little inspired. Body positivity is so important, and these bloggers are doing a fantastic job of spreading love and style. Here are six Instagram accounts to follow for fashion inspiration.
Chastity Garner Valentine says she started her blog, Garner Style, to coincide with her image consulting business just so she could offer complimentary inspiration and advice to plus size women wanting to achieve style. Now, she’s been recognized by Oprah.com, Elle, and the New York Times. You can keep up with Valentine on Instagram, but she also continues to update her blog!
Marie Denee is the brain behind The Curvy Fashionista. You can keep up with Marie on her personal Instagram account, or The Curvy Fashionista!
Shainna started Thick Girl’s Closet to “make sure plus size women are confident in every aspect of life.” She continues to update Thick Girl’s Closet with fashion and lifestyle posts, but her Instagram is so incredibly fierce that there's no way to visit her page without coming away feeling inspired. You can visit her blog here.
Thamarr says she started her blog Musings of a Curvy Lady “in October 2012 as a way to promote personal style and beauty in this body of mine.” She’s been featured by Essence, Lauren Conrad and even Lucky! Keep up with her on Instagram or on her blog.
Danielle Brooks gained fame for her portrayal of Taystee in Orange is the New Black. However, Brooks is also extremely vocal about body positivity and has a fantastic sense of fashion. She recently partnered up with Universal Standard, and together they released a new Tria Collection. Danielle Brooks is definitely more than just a phenomenal actress.
When she was 14, Mama Cax was diagnosed with bone and lung cancer. Eventually, this lead to the amputation of her right leg. Now, Mama Cax is an established and successful fashion and lifestyle blogger who aims to use social media as a platform for body positivity, as well as to dismantle images of what individuals living with disabilities look like. You can keep up with Mama Cox on her Instagram or her blog.