Where do you turn for style advice for plus-size bodies? Long gone are the days of idolizing models in magazines — now, we have our very own style icons to admire through social media, blogs, and YouTube channels.
The plus-size style community, however, is bigger than ever and overflowing with unfiltered talent. It's hard to know where to begin when building up your personal style portfolio — and chances are, you're already following the curvy world's biggest names such as GabiFresh, Nicolette Mason, and Tess Holliday.
So we've rounded up some of our favorite upcoming plus-size style influencers below. Get out your phone and get to following these flawless women.
Charlotte Zoller is a social media strategist at Eloquii who gets first dibs on the brand's collections before they're out. Follow her for next-level looks with a mod twist that you'll want to recreate for yourself.
Ushshi's Instagram feed consists of a plethora of aesthetic #goals. Thanks to her bold hair colors, edgy style, and unique perspective on life, you'll fall head over heels.
Stefani's dedication to the body positive movement is real. She's branded herself as your virtal BFF and offers insight on her blog on topics from interior design to beauty to fashion and far beyond.
Lydia is a model, freelance writer, stylist, former style editor, and an overall inspiring person to follow. You might already recognize her from Premme's latest fall campaign. Her style is versatile, but we especially love when she sports bright colors like a pro.
Dennetta McKain is a model from the UK who's also a wardrobe stylist and a PS4 gamer. She displays the latest and greatest in plus-size swimwear, separates, and more in a super relatable way.
Leah's work as a public speaker and freelance writer are seen in the way she expresses herself on Instagram. Her vision is apparent in every well styled image, and she makes her stance as a Muslim feminist clear right down to her bio.
Suma Jane Dark is a photographer, writer, and all-around style icon. Check out her page for body positive posts, vegan meals, and a minimalist approach to life. And for more of her photography work, check out her @boudoirforallbodies page where she displays all the body-positive boudoir photos she takes.