Running Bare Plus Sizes

I’m not sure if I have posted this before or not - but one of the things that really bummed me out when I was a bit bigger was feeling like I couldn’t find fun stuff to wear at the gym (let’s face it - one of the best parts of the gym is awesome gym clothes! Well… it is for me). I felt like I wasn’t supposed to be at the gym if I couldn’t even find clothes to fit me! 

I ordered lots of stuff from Old Navy - but the shipping for us Aussies is fking outrageous (even if it gets here in a few days).

But now…

Running Bare have lots of cute things that run up to a size 22 ! AND they have tailored the styles to work with bigger bodies (something a lot of plus size companies could learn from!)

Don’t let your size stop you from doing what you want to do. Ever! Especially if what you want to be is a brightly spandex-ed goddess in the gym…

HEY PLUS SIZE FOLK, AND FRIENDS OF PLUS SIZE FOLK. WE NEED YOUR HELP.

YOU KNOW HOW OUR CLOTHING OPTIONS SUCK.

WELL LOOK AT THIS.

THIS IS FAT TAX, AN INDIE GOGO COMPAIGN TO MAKE AFFORDABLE PLUS SIZE WEAR 

YOU HEARD ME. AFFORDABLE. PLUS SIZE. WEAR. 

BUT THEY NEED YOUR HELP. 

IT NEEDS 5000$ GET UP AND RUNNING AND IT’S ONLY 620$

PLEASE DONATE IF YOU CAN, AND IF NOT SIGNAL BOOST IT.

DO IT FOR ALL THE PLUS SIZE PEEPS WHO JUST WANNA LOOK CUTE TOO. 

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Annoyed that you can’t buy clothes in your size? Use the Clothes Calling Card. The Clothes Calling Card Campaign (CCC) is a collaboration between @dreyafean@allygarrett@coleytangerinaand @merxplat to raise awareness of how many people love fashion but are left out of ‘mainstream’ sizing. 

The card is intentionally designed to be applicable to all clothing items, and for people of all sizes who experience exclusion from clothing stores.

Feel free to personalise your card, and use which ever one you feel most comfortable with.

Hopefully, together we can start a conversation about how many people would love to spend money on clothes they like, but aren’t deemed desirable customers by too many designers and stores.

The CCC reminds those people what they’re missing out on.

You can contact the campaign at callingcardcampaign@gmail.com if you like.

http://www.clothescallingcard.com/

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