Many people feel self-conscious about their body and this leads them to have to follow a trend with the desire to please others. Society has created a series of parameters and modes of dress that often doesn’t represent reality.
Proof of this is that each person is completely different from the others and the stores, create clothes with standard sizes to which each woman and each man must conform. Human beings should lose weight or gain weight if they want to wear the desired trousers or shirt.
In recent years there have been dozens of shops that break with these complexes and use their fashion products for people with large sizes, both height, thinness or large scale. Despite this very positive action, most major brands don’t follow these steps and stick to the same size as the majority of the population in each country.
How to learn to love my body? Body Positive
There is a trend called Body Positive that defends the fact of loving our bodies and putting on the clothes we like, regardless of the size we wear. It has more and more followers worldwide and is inspiring many people on all five continents.
The origin of its history can be traced back to the end of the 19th century and the first wave of feminism. The society of the time and the current one in which we live, must have a positive image of the body of each person, challenging the physical stereotypes. Each human being must accept how his own body is and how it’s for others.
Body Positiving helps to build a better society, strengthens freedom and increases people’s confidence in themselves and reduces problems such as depression and various types of complexes. Thousands of people around the world use loudspeakers such as Instagram, Facebook or Pinterest to post phrases and images, blogs where they narrate their experiences and publish photographs and YouTube channels in which they explain this movement with real stories. Every day they make the world aware of the importance of loving your own body. The fashion sector is taking note about that.