Size 42: Too thin or too much?
In recent years in the world of fashion, to be considered beautiful and work as models, it is not always necessary to be toothpicks. The wave of super curvy models that we have seen in recent fashion seasons that counts, is there to tell us that change is taking place, yet not so strong for sure, but the signals we receive from the covers of popular magazines and catwalk are most appreciated indeed. The size 42 is not necessarily synonymous with perfect measures (time depends on the height) and sometimes it is a symptom of excessive thinnest.
The resurgence of real women, real forms, natural and soft, as in most common cases, is also catching on in lacquer hemisphere fashion, as already demonstrated many times by fashion magazines such as Vogue, among many others.
Between the borders of our country remind Elisa D’Ospina (the above photo), the beautiful plus size model, who said “no” to lose pounds in the name of fashion, and has joined with six other professional models from plus sizes in this war to compromise. This constant stress in the lives of many women are literally bombarded by images of far too perfect showgirls.
Of course, this does not mean to get carried entirely by the wanton pleasures of the kitchen (although sometimes it is all right). But the message goes in another direction: we women, we are free to accept ourselves as we are free to leave behind the imprisonment of size 42 and begin to live in peace with ourselves to have a healthy relationship with others.