Fashion has always been a job and an outlet for many people. When referring to fashion as a job, one has to take into account that it is a very broad sector in which many people make a living and are part of this chain of ideation, design, production, manufacturing and selling of the product. Like all products in today’s world, apart from the fact that machines already play a major role in factories and the industrial sector, people have not ceased to be the main pillar.
In fashion this last factor is very important, as designers and dressmakers always need just the human factor both to be able to keep up to date with what the public likes, to devise lines, special garments, etc. In addition, they also need real models to be able not only to prove that the garments fit a real subject, but also to be able to keep up with new trends and, above all, the new self-care and respect for all body types.
Therefore, and in relation to the last mentioned, more and more professionals in the sector (designers, dressmakers, brands in general, shops, etc.) are betting on a fashion that is realistic with all the existing body types in society. Just as voluptuous and curvy bodies used to be the main canon of beauty, it is also true that in recent years the situation has taken a turn in which the perfect body was the opposite.
This was not only an abstract idea, but the idea that the slim body is the perfect size had become and still is very present. With the new feminism, small sizes and those that are aimed only at one body type are beginning to be left behind. For this reason, there are already several brands that have joined the curvy fashion and the promotion and naturalization of plus sizes.
The variety of sizes is equally or more important than the variety of designs and prints. The fact that there are different types of clothes that adapt to all existing body shapes and that can bring out the best in each person is a clear reflection of reality. Not only is it a way to make the fashion sector grow with more possibilities in the market by being aimed at a wider public, but it also contributes to mental health and to learning to love oneself.
You can be fashionable, trendy and fight for equality of bodies and against invasive advertising that not only interferes and harms the sales and image of a company, but also does not help to promote self-esteem. Whether you are looking for comfortable clothes, casual or more elegant looks, you can be sure that there are brands that take you into account whatever body shape you have.
Plus size fashion is here to stay and to make you feel good in your own skin. Feeling good about oneself should no longer be a luxury. It can be a common good and a fashion that never goes out of fashion, but rather becomes a premise for the well-being of society, women and the breaking of aesthetic stereotypes.