5 Plus-Size Bloggers You Should Follow

Despite the fact that I have way more bookmarked blogs than I can scroll through, it still can be tricky to find a style blogger who can write (beyond outfit credits), has style that inspires, and rocks a body that's not too far off from my own. After all, what better way to imagine how an outfit would fit your frame than to stare into the reflection of a similar silhouette? That's not too much to ask for.
Thankfully, this does not have to feel like a never-ending search. There are more and more body-diverse bloggers on the scene screen than ever before, making it way easier to find your ideal sartorial match. I’ve rounded up a few of the plus-specific bloggers that I'm currently crushing on. Although, really, any fashion-obsessed person would be remiss to not check them out.
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Photo: Courtesy of Margie Plus.
Margie Plus
Not only is Margie Ashcroft the voice of plus for Lucky magazine’s website, she also showcases her irreverent style on her own eponymous blog. Filled with quirky outfits (prints on prints, yes, please!), and shots from various Fashion Weeks around the world (from NYFW to BPSFW), Margie Plus shows that fashion is always meant to be fun, regardless of your size.
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Photo: Courtesy of Chelsea Memmolo/And I Get Dressed.
And I Get Dressed
Fiercely feminine Kellie Brown of And I Get Dressed is no shrinking violet. Having gone through a recent style evolution (including a blog name change — it used to be known as Fatshion Insider), Brown shows off her detailed sartorial skills with every outfit post.
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Photo: Courtesy of Lydia Hudgens/GarnerStyle.
The majority of plus bloggers tend to hover around sizes 14 to 18, but Chastity Garner Valentine from GarnerStyle is proof positive that women above a size 24 can look stunning in the latest trends. Valentine's superbly paired ensembles and trend roundups show off a truly iconoclastic style that comes naturally to the California transplant.
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Photo: Courtesy of Abbie Rudolph/Chubstr.
While more of an overall style site than a personal blog, Chubstr still deserves a mention. There’s a dearth of fashion-conscious websites for the husky man, and Chubstr steps up to fill that void. From well-dressed reader submissions to suggestions on where plus-size dudes can shop, Chubtsr is proof that men's fashion doesn’t have to be dominated only by a standard-size guy.
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Photo: Courtesy of P.S. It's Fashion.
P.S. It's Fashion
Maybe you’re obsessed with this writer's Refinery29 plus-size-focused articles, or maybe this is the first one you’ve ever read. But — alright, shameless-plug alert — did you know I also have a personal style blog, too? Besides my coverage of every season of NYFW, you can see my runway-to-real-way inspired outfit posts, product reviews, and even participate in the occasional giveaway.