Plus-size Instagram model attacks Brands that can't offer her "bigger" clothesBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/article/plus-size-instagram-model-attacks-brands-that-cant-offer-her-bigger-clothes.html
35-year-old Katie Sturino claims that her rights are being infringed. In the social network "Instagram", a woman attacked famous fashion brands, demanding to diversify the line of products for fatties.
Katie Sturino is a well–known publicist, blogger and opinion leader. She often asks questions about how fat women live, likes to speculate on this topic with her subscribers, while simultaneously scolding world brands for their focus exclusively on the "90-60-90" standard.
The blogger launched a flash mob online under the hashtag #MakeMySize in order to force manufacturers to treat fatties with understanding and diversify their line of products with large sizes.
In particular, brands such as Zarina, Club Monaco, Alice + Olivia came under the girl's sights.
The blogger chooses a thing, as she claims, of the largest size, and then poses in it for the camera. With the naked eye, you can see a protruding bra, a skewed dress and other size problems. Thus, Katie is trying to prove that the fatties in the stores of the mentioned brands can only count on gift packages.
At the same time, the blogger "recommends" girls + size to buy things in boutiques J.Crew, ModCloth, Brandon Maxwell, Nordstrom, StitchFix. Some commentators saw this as a direct product-placement, accusing the fat woman of having "sold out".
In her posts, a curvy woman claims that she "feels bad in the fitting room when she doesn't fit into an XL dress." Commentators did not fail to emphasize that this is the problem of a girl, and not a manufacturer who focuses on a more mass market.
She often accompanies statements on the social network with rhetorical questions about what kind of example and message is given by the mass media and directly by the owners of boutiques to girls / girls or women who simply cannot find the right size from the available ones.
Since the creation of her the12ishstyle page in 2015, Katie has received significant support from more than two hundred thousand subscribers. The lion's share of them supports the revision of the "principles of beauty" and the dominance of naturalness, which, among other things, is expressed in "body positivity", that is, accepting yourself as you are.
The girl claims that she does not want to lose weight and adapt to society. However, at the same time, she wants plus-size people not to be outcasts and to be able to shop in branded boutiques without any moral torment.