9 Women Who Broke All The Stereotypes By Wearing What They Were Told Not To

9 Women Who Broke All The Stereotypes By Wearing What They Were Told Not To
SPONSORED

When it comes advising for your (especially girls') appearance, outfit and makeup, everyone seems to be an expert. It is not wrong to say that everybody except a girl knows it pretty well that what does suit her and what doesn't.

People tend to suggest and girls tend to follow. After all, it's the final wish of every woman to look attractive and flaunt herself beautifully whether it is a night party or a very first date. 

Mallorie Dunn, a famous fashion designer and founder of the clothing brand SmartGlamour also presents her advice but it does not belong to the bunch of advice you regularly receive for what you should wear and what not. She believes and wants other women also believe in positive body and self-acceptance. For which, she came up with a campaign #ImFlattered through the picture album of nine models of every size, color, shape, ethnicity and age group holding a negative message that women have been hearing from the people around them. Her idea of women empowerment and self-acceptance is truly getting a lot of appreciations on the Internet. 

Who are you to decide this for me?

Who are you to decide this for me?

RELATED STORIES

When you feel young inside, age becomes just a number.

When you feel young inside, age becomes just a number.
via

Stay away.

Stay away.
via

I know myself better than anyone else.

I know myself better than anyone else.
via

Well, I don't care.

Well, I don't care.
via

Problem for whom?

Problem for whom?
via

And nobody asked you whether I should wear this or not

And nobody asked you whether I should wear this or not
via

Never mind.

Never mind.
via

I love with what I am living.

I love with what I am living.
via

...And that should be the attitude every woman must carry in herself. Stay happy, stay confident with what you have and what you wear. Do not forget to wear yourself because that is the true beauty you have. Share this amazing concept of "Body Positive" with every woman around you and support the campaign #ImFlattered.