In the 1950’s, the famous sex symbol Marilyn Monroe set the trend of embracing voluptuous curves and exceptionally skinny waists.
After the millennium, the new body trend shifted from glorified curves to the almost-anorexic-small-chested-model-lookin’ bods. According to odysseyonline, the writer said that slender bodies became admiring after late 1950's because
“What women needed was to be seen as tough, confident, and capable members of society that had the ability to do anything. With straighter lines and muscular tones, it was easy to see why losing weight would spark the idea that skinny equals capable, because this body structure is very similar to that of males.”
As social media continues to play a prevalent role in society, there has been a controversial issue of which is better, Skinny or Curvy?
The only answer I have for you is: BOTH.
Whether you have that slender beach body or that sexual curvaceous body, just absolutely hate EMBRACE it!! :)
With fashion trends consistently changing over the years, you can flatter your body with certain styles, outfits, and best of all, that expresses your personality and individuality.
We got you covered #KShotties.
Styles for the Curvalicious
Styles for the Skinnies