The body positivity movement is glowing everywhere this generation, and it has blessed YouTube for many of us to gain inspiration from. YouTube, for millennials and Gen Zers, is now viewed at an even higher rate than normal television. Subscribe to these channels for a great source of plus-size clothing hauls, beauty tips, reviews, and inspirational messages.
5 Plus-Size Fashion Vloggers to Love
1. Loey Lane
Loey is one of the most popular plus-size fashion vloggers on YouTube. She started her channel in 2013 due to the lack of diversity and representation in the beauty community. Her body-positive vlogs aim to address the serious issue of body shaming, and she popularizes plus-size fashion through plus-size clothing hauls. She has also collaborated with iconic brands such as Kohl’s and Sephora and is currently represented by Select Management Group.
Loved by many, PassionJonesz is a YouTube star known for her fashion hauls and love for Fashion Nova. She realized her path after uttering “Stay plus-sized. Stay beautiful” while she filmed a YouTube video in 2009. Since then, these two lines became her tagline. She shares her favorite clothing items and brands and uploads makeup, hair, and nail tutorials.
The inspiring and confident Alexandra vlogs about her everyday life, plus-size fashion tips, clothing hauls (where she tries on the clothes she bought), makeup tutorials, and cooking videos. She also still finds time to share her opinions on plus-size topics, emanating a funny, energetic vibe as she satisfyingly debunks myths and societal prejudices. You will so want to be her best friend.
Marie Denee of The Curvy Fashionista is the mother of “keeping it real.” She shares her favorite plus-size fashion trends for every season and other fashion-related videos to boot. While doing so, she also gets into how she learned to love herself, how plus-size women are not one size fits all, and other plus-size discussions about confidence, self-acceptance, and the community as a whole.
Fashion, beauty, and body positivity vlogger Sarah Rae Vargas started her channel in 2013 and is known for her sex advice and entertainment news, recipes, product reviews, and photography. Her videos are grouped into various series like Will It Fit?, It’s Called Fashion, Baby, Makeup For People Who Suck at Makeup, Ask Sarah!, and others. Her most watched series on her YouTube channel is her Let’s Talk About Sex series. She also blogs at http://ravingsbyrae.com.