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I hate being a pear because I have no boobs at all, giant hips, and short legs, while my closest friends are like at least a C cup and are tall and skinny. People always think I'm like 14 (I'm 20) because I'm short and have no chest! Any advice on how I can learn to actually like the way I look?
It’s a struggle, not going to lie.
I also have the short legs, big hips, and small-ish boobs (not completely flat, but I think that’s just because I was on bc for 10 years).
For me, it has been equal parts getting tired of always hating myself/learning to love myself, and realizing that everyone has “flaws” (which aren’t really flaws, they’re just differences), and that the people around you actually appreciate these differences and love you for them.
Also, I stopped looking in full-length mirrors for more than like 10 seconds at a time. Any longer than that, and you’re just going to start criticizing yourself. And that’s bullshit.
So I have a huge butt, big thighs and arms, a little bit of flub on my tummy and a small waist. I need clothes that are good for my body shape for going back to school. Do you have any tips for me??
Honestly, just wear what you feel good in. That’s easier said than done, but telling someone what to wear is assuming all these different things about them: how they move, how they like to sit in their chairs, their personal style, whether they like simple classics or more trendy fashions.
If you feel good in it, you’ll look better in it.
That being said, we have similar-ish body types. I go for dark jeans, cinched waist dresses, high waisted skirts with crop tops, I have a denim shirt I wear all the time like a cardigan over a white tank.
Best advice: Pick an outfit you like on yourself and let it grow.
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