Calling all personal style bloggers and curvy fashionistas who are tired of hearing that women with curves shouldn’t wear horizontal stripes, prints, or tuck their shirts in: Curvation has put together a campaign where they’re asking you- stylish curvy women, to break popular fashion rules on Pinterest!  

In today’s market, many brands are still preaching the importance of following fashion rules, and still using straight size models to sell plus size clothing.  We all know this doesn’t make any sense, let alone the fact that it doesn’t show us how clothing will look on our bodies!  In an effort to take a stand against this practice and further Curvation’s size neutral campaign message by debunking so-called fashion rules, I’m spreading the word about their Lookbook For All Campaign, which encourages curvy style sharing on Pinterest.

These are some of my breaking the rules looks I’ll be sharing:


|LINKS TO POSTS| Comfy | Statement Piece | Bermuda


|LINKS TO POSTS| On Repeat | White Hot | Mustard, Emerald and Leopard

To join the movement, pin your images to Curvation’s Pinterest Page using hashtag: #LookbookForAll.  I can’t wait to see how you break the rules!

*This post is sponsored by Curvation– opinions are my own.

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