Denise Bidot

  • How do you build self-confidence? 5 curvy fashion insiders tell all

    Loft hosted a panel to kick off the launch of their new plus-size line where fashion insiders Cece Olisa, Marquita Pring, Gabi Gregg, Denise Bidot, as well as celebrity stylist, Penny Lovell, talked about confidence.

  • Lane Bryant aired a Victoria's Secret takedown during the Emmys

    There's no such thing as a "perfect body."

  • Model Denise Bidot Gets Real About Retouching: "Stretch Marks Are Beautiful Too"

    Model Denise Bidot opens up about the unrealistic pursuit of perfection in the fashion industry

  • Tess Holliday Seemingly Shades Plus-Size Fashion Campaign in Tweet 

    Tess Holliday is seemingly calling out a curvy fashion label for a campaign that’s not so plus-size.

  • Sports Illustrated’s Swimsuit Issue Is an Ode to Curvy Women

    The Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue is a yearly nod to the leggy, thin supermodels of the moment, but this year, the magazine is straying from its typical formula by featuring plus-size models.

  • 11 Body-Positive Mantras We Want to Write on Our Mirrors, From Our Plus-Size Heroes

    “Things that jiggle are OK!” — Ashley Graham Bodies may look toned and smooth in ads, but human bodies move, and that’s got to be OK, Graham said atForbes’ 30 Under 30 Summit this year. “There is no right or wrong size if you’re healthy and fit.” — Marquita Pring At the end of the day, developing healthy habits is more importance than being a specific weight, and one isn’t indicative of the other, as Pring told Fashionista in 2011. “I’m proud of my stretch marks.” — Denise Bidot In an interview with PopSugar in August, Bidot reminded us that embracing your body for what it is rather than fighting it can be the positive change in attitude we need to see ourselves differently. “Yeah, I’m fat — but I’m also all the good things that I am.” — Tess Holliday (Source: Mic/Facebook) As Holliday told Parade in 2014, our physical forms aren’t the only thing we’ve got going for us — and we shouldn’t lose sight of the countless other things that make us, us.