FAT BRAT: ACCEPTING THE WORD "FAT" | Natalie in the City - A Chicago Plus Size Fashion Blog, by Natalie Craig
Natalie in the City - A Chicago Plus Size Fashion Blog, by Natalie Craig

A PLUS SIZE LIFE + STYLE BLOG

July 30, 2017

FAT BRAT: ACCEPTING THE WORD "FAT"

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I've been called "fat" almost my entire life. The word was spewed at me as an insult from kids on the playground in elementary school, boyfriends, and mean girls in high school. The word is still used to belittle me and many other women. And while I used to let it get to me in high school, I've stopped letting the word "fat" bother me. It's what I am: fat. AND IT'S NOT A BAD WORD. 
I've changed a lot throughout my life, but one thing has always remained; I've always been a big girl. Through my life changes and different stages, I have learned to love and accept my body, and with that, I have also changed the way I view the word "fat." Sure, I have days where I wish the fat away and I let the online bullies get to me—NEWS FLASH: EVERYONE HAS THESE DAYS! But I am happiest when I accept myself and embrace the fat! YEAH, I SAID IT: EMBRACE THE FAT! It's me, it's beautiful, and it makes me unique. And guess what? More women in the U.S. are "fat" than they are skinny. And what better way to hold myself accountable for reclaiming the word "fat," by wearing it proudly!

My good friend Corissa from the plus size lifestyle blog Fat Girl Flow designed these amazing t-shirts that are giving me all of the body positive vibes and encouraging me to embrace my self and my body to the fullest! You can get your top here: Fat Brat Tee 

I paired the t-shirt with this plus size metallic skirt from Forever 21, because why not?!

SIZING INFO: I'm wearing a size 2X, which is my usual size, and the t-shirt fits perfectly! It's super stretchy. I am also wearing a size 2X in the metallic skirt, which is my usual size, and the fit is spot on!

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Photography by: Rorie Raimondi
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fat acceptance, fat girl flow, corissa, fat brat t-shirt, reclaim fat, fat is not a bad word, natalie in the city, Chicago, plus size fashion blogger, Chicago plus size fashion blogger, scorch magazine, fat and fabulous, curves and confidence, midwest blogger, Chicago fashion, forever 21 metallic skirt

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