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Body Positivity

Introducing the Roxy Earle x Le Chateau Collection, it is a capsule of collection in collaboration with body positivity activist & TV reality star, Roxy Earle. This collection is designed for women all height, weight and all body types. It comes with a wide range of collection from 0-22W. 
Roxy designed this linen two piece set in her collection, both comfy and meeting on the trends on Summer 2018. The material of linen is perfect for summer, its more breathable and higher moisture absorbency. I like the minimal design on this set, the minimal stripe design, which adds a little design to a simple all white linen set. Also, the button up top is designed with a tie at the front, which adds summer vibe to this look. 
Pants: Le Chateau
Shoes: Chanel
Bag: Gucci
Let's talk about body positivity, I am a true believer that all women should feel comfortable in their skin and body, it does not matter what they are wearing. What you wear should make you feel better about yourself. I see style as the way you portray yourself and express yourself. I know we are in the generation and time, we put so much body shaming, to women that are "too fat", "too skinny"or "showing too much skin", "wear too traditional clothes"; it seems like we can never make the society happy, doesn't matter what we wear. But, as I learn we dress not to impress those surround us, but ourselves. This is when I feel truly happy with anything I wear. Not having to put limitation to attire and appearance. Something I learned in my past self experiences is that self love and negativity towards yourself and your body is toxic and unhealthy, for both body and mind.
"Shout out to all the girls out there trying to love themselves 
in a world that's constantly telling them not to"
"You have to just accept your body. You may not love it all the way, 
but you just have to be comfortable with it, 
comfortable with knowing that's your body." - Rihanna
Love,
Chloe


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