Any woman put on a cheap swimming suit and walked to the beach to ensure how arduous it could be for the plump form.
In an era, it is thinner and can attract a lot of “humiliation”, and a glenning Valley woman becomes the body’s image movement face.
Mikayla Wain, 20, has been with the swimwear retailer swimming suits galore and body image movement encourages Australian women to embrace their curves, stretch marks, this summer on the beach and fat scar.
In a positive information marketing strategy, Vitoria swimwear retailer has released a refreshing new image. Five of the women are from all over the country, including Ms. Wain every day.
The size ranges from 10 to 20, from 20 to 53, and the aim of the picture is to make women feel more compforable.
The body’s image movement can be Blin Fetter says that Australian women hate to see only one evaluation model when the swimsuit is online and the founder of the shop.
“The way the media portrays women has a direct link with the way women feel about their physical feelings. With the rise of social media, we have found that the negative impact of Instagram on a woman’s body image. ”
Mikayla Wain knows how hard it is to be full, in the thin world.
2015, she is one of the top 15 dancers in Australia. It was the first time she had been severely humiliated with her on the national stage.
“Someone told me that I didn’t deserve my rankings because my body and other dancers would grab every chance, and I tore it down,” Wain said.
“In fact, I was a tall girl, and I worked two times to get to where I was. It was a very difficult day. I lost the person I thought was a friend, and I chose not to come back in the next year.
Now she found the courage and strength to return to her body and return to them and have returned to the dance of re confident competition.
“I used to mirror every defect and defect I could find in the mirror every morning, so I decided to turn the process around and start looking for something I like, such as my smile or my eyes. It sounds simple, but it plays a great role in the spirit.
Mikayla says retailers should not take shape and strength in their shape.
The suit for my swimsuit is usually dark and has a lot of extra material, so it feels bad. I think my best in bright and bold colors and patterns, with high cutting or cutting thick skinned ruched. We should not let us wear only one type of person. ”
Because skudar, a co owner of the retail group’s cheap swimming suits company, noticed that the “perfect” body pressure seemed to increase with the temperature.