I'm sure most people by now have heard about Modcloth's Fashion Truth pledge. Their Co founder Susan Koger wrote an open letter about her disappointment in the fashion industry and their unrealistic depictions of the average fashion lover and consumer, something she she proudly proclaims she is.
Everyone wears clothes, and fashion is for everybody, so the industry should reflect that, but it really doesn't. She said in here video interview that you'll see something body positive every now and again, but then it back to "business as usual" which is such a shame. Show casing every body type and making people of all types feel empowered and awesome in the clothes they wear should be our new "business as usual". All kind of folks deserve to be represented in the clothing companies they support, it really even shouldn't be an issue.
So, that's my fashion truth. Share yours!
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