Numbers Don’t Mean Anything

August 5, 2017

I found a dress in my cupboard the other day that I had since I was in sixth form.

The dress is a size 14.
I bought it 5 years ago when I was a size 12.
Now, I’m a size 20.
And yet, I still fit it.

Which just proves that NUMBERS DON’T MEAN ANYTHING.
So are you really going to let a change a dress size dictate your day?
Are you really going to let an increase in a number affect your mood?

Same dress.
Still comfortable.
Still beautiful. (In fact, I think I look better and happier now!) A higher dress size doesn’t mean:
– you are less beautiful
– you are less worthy
– you are less lovable
– you are a worse human
– you are a bad person
– you are a different person

AND it doesn’t even mean you have a bigger body. You could go up a dress size by simply changing stores… (or countries). You can change dress sizes because of the time of the day or simply due to whether you are on your period or not.

If you look at your cupboard and you find it harder and harder to find something to wear because of a change in clothing size, I have a great solution for you… throw out all clothes that don’t fit. Looking at your wardrobe shouldn’t be something that makes you feel insecure and sad so make sure everything in your wardrobe fits!

Numbers don’t matter. Not the number on the back of your jeans, on the scale or even the number in your bank account.

You are not a number. #OneTakeBeauty #BodyPositivity