Let Them Eat Cake

Taking Marie Antoinette’s infamous words and applying them to the predicament of society I declare that all women are now permitted to eat cake. Times are changing ladies, vivacious, desirable, curved bodies are appearing left, right and center (about time to)! Beguiling models including the phenomenal Robyn Lawley and the very sexy Kate Upton are taking the modelling world by a storm. Take flight malnourished models, grotesque boney figures are on a fast decline!

Lets take a moment to appreciate the highly successful Robyn Lawley who has appeared on the covers of a number of high fashion magazines including: Italian Vogue, Australian Vogue, Madison, Elle and more





The likes of Robyn Lawley do not only sport incredible figures but they represent health, happiness and beautiful women worldwide. Kate Upton scored the cover of The Sports Illustrated famous swimsuit addition and looked incredibly sexy to say the least! Kate’s figure is so alluring, it’s hard not to admire how bewitching her photographs are. Take a look at some of her shots (I dare you not to stare!)



Stunning right? Society it excellent at labeling anything and everything, think about it- ‘gay’ ‘catholic’ ‘white’ ‘straight’ ‘plus-sized.’ Dare to succumb to labels and embrace everybody as they are, because Robyn Lawley and models alike are is nothing other than beautiful.

So looking forward to what you all have to say on this subject, comment your thoughts below!



6 thoughts on “Let Them Eat Cake

  1. I think the labels we place on people is ridiculous! I think if we took the time to actually get to know people we would see there’s so much more than what’s on the cover! Great post!

  2. I agree with everything you’ve said. From where I come from the entire ‘size zero’ phenomenon has been over-hyped. I personally believe it is outrageous and degrading to women. Enjoyed reading your thoughts on this topic 🙂

  3. I absolutely agree! I hate that we live in a world where we’re pretty much told that only skinny people can look good in clothes. I would love to see more curvier models on billboards, in catalogues and in fashion magazines. I think it would help a lot of young men and women who don’t have a ridiculously skinny frame to feel more confident and accepted. I’m not saying by any means that it’s wrong to be skinny- it’s all about health, if you’re healthy then fine. But, I just think society would benefit if the fashion industry featured and embraced women who have bodies bigger than a size zero. Great points you’ve illustrated, it was definitely an interesting read 🙂

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