Positively Kate

Positively.Kate   One of the Internets finest aspects is the way it allows people around the world to share their stories and connect with individuals of all types of backgrounds. Body and mental health advocate, Kate Speer uses Instagram to posts about her life and how she’s overcoming her daily struggles. Recently, Kate posted a... Continue Reading →

Body positive move by a pop star

Hi fashom Fans, Followed by Ashley Graham, Liza Golden-Bhojwani, more and more celebrities join us for body positive. Demi Lovato is one of them. She often posts pictures and message on social media to encourage people to love themselves and stay body positive. Recently, in her new Instagram post, she shared an ode on her... Continue Reading →


Jasmine “Jazzy” Owens’ journey to accept her own body as an inspiring one. When she was a 25-year-old student, she always compared her body to her husband's and questioned why he would ever marry her. Society generally criticizes females’ bodies compared to their males’ partners. Jazzy formed depression from this societal pressure. However, this struggle,... Continue Reading →

Self-Image in Fashion

In today’s world, the over-saturation of the media has led to impossibly high standards for body image. Instagram bathing suit pictures, models on the covers of magazines, brands’ depictions of their “it girls or boys,” and countless other examples of the sorts have set the bar for what we, as a society, consider to be... Continue Reading →

The New Face of Lingerie

Many times, it is difficult to find the right size in clothing. Sizes usually vary from store to store and unfortunately, numerical sizings produce self-consciousness. That’s why, the lingerie brand, Neon Moon, is revolutionizing the conventional stigma of sizing charts. Recently, the brand has changed typical numerical sizes to body positive phrases. So, instead of... Continue Reading →

Amazing story of body positvity

Hi Fashom, Hey, do you know 42 percent of first- to third-grade girls want to lose weight, and 81 percent of 10-year-olds are afraid of being fat, according to the National Eating Disorders Association. And they force themselves to eat less than normal to lose weight and therefore some of them suffer from eating disorder.... Continue Reading →


Hi Fashom, Excited to announce that we have released our new video on YouTube! We know it’s uneasy to live under the social media pressure nowadays, women are afraid to post their real pictures on social media without adding filters. Filters are distorting reality and changing human’s perception of themselves. We are under such heavy... Continue Reading →

We are loving this new summer trend! #BigThighTwitter

The heat of summer will be here before we all know it. The summer is the time to wear your favorite tank tops, dresses, and shorts and drink fruity drinks. Some beautiful women are already in the summer spirit by sharing their curves with the body positive hashtag #BigThighTwitter. We at FASHOM are elated to... Continue Reading →

Love Yourself First

Culturally, in the United States, there has always been large emphasizes on how “beautiful” or “handsome” individuals should physically look. Ideally, for women, it’s preferred for their physiques to be slender with a busy chest and a large bottom. For mean, it is ideal for them to all around have a muscular physique – chest... Continue Reading →

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