Have you ever seen a dress in minus-size?
What about in an equal-size? Or a divided-by size?
Then why should we label some dresses as “plus-size”?
In an article with The Washington Post, model Candice Huffine shares her personal journey of being a “plus-size model” in the industry, and her determination to erase that descriptor (“plus”) altogether.
We stand in wholehearted agreement with Candice, as body positivity starts with normalizing healthy sizes. And normalizing healthy sizes starts with eliminating labels like this.
A person’s clothing size is neither normal or plus. It just is.