The Insyze 5 bloggers to follow series is back and this month we are shining a light on 5 of our fave plus size fashion bloggers from the southern states.
The March bloggers from Georgia, Texas and North Carolina are some of the best of the south. From body positivity, mental health, motherhood and plus size fashion our 5 bloggers are sharing their style tips and providing us with positive inspiration on the daily.
Alex Sundstrom of Houston, Texas blogs about mental health, self-love and plus size fashion. We love her candid insight into life as a plus-size person from health, fashion, and sex. So inspiring and helpful.
Posts we love:
How To Advocate For Your Health
Taking Up Space - Chic Soul Plus Size dresses
Fab indeed, Ashley Carter! Ashley is from Greensboro, North Carolina where she created her fabulous blog, FabEllis. Ashley has evolved from strictly focusing on fashion to creating an entire lifestyle blog that encourages women.
While fashion is still very relevant because Ashley loves "showing women affordable ways to be fabulous," it also covers dating, self-empowerment and travel tips (just to name a few).
Check out these posts:
Mr. Carter's Tips on Dating and Knowing the One
Society Of Harlow
As former fashion buyer for Macy’s, Crystal of Society Of Harlow shares her expertise in style, beauty, travel and more.
The blogger, brand consultant, and model-based in Atlanta, Georgia aims to ‘replenish women’s confidence and empower them’ and we are so here for it. We love the eloquent content and awesome photography.
Florals are in full bloom at LOFT
Society of Harlow Indie Designer Week - I mean can we talk about the Sew Savoir Faire skirt - LOVE it!
Our second blogger from Atlanta, Triena Smith is redefining womanhood & motherhood. The Triena Deniese blog shares style tips, beauty, and stories about motherhood. We have loved following Triena’s journey to motherhood and wish her all the best.
Posts we love:
The coordinate set: a low maintenance style staple
We are such a fan of Ranya Sakatan. She is the Texan author of the fashion and lifestyle blog Tummy Society where she posts "for all of those who don’t get enough representation in the media."
Ranya has a great mix of fashion hauls, political pieces and societal issue articles. This allows us Ranya to express herself in many different facets, allowing us to see behind the scenes of this strong woman.
Make sure you check out her Instagram where she posts her everyday life and opens up larger conversations to her audience.
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These incredible plus size fashion bloggers from the southern states are sharing their experiences with so much grace.
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