I’m sorry, you said you needed to have what kind of body to do yoga?
— Kelly Hinds
(Source: , via runningpastrecovery)
“Hi! I’m the Doctor. I noticed you were having a bit of a bad day. So! Convinced you’re not important, eh? I’ve never heard a stupider stupid thought in my life. Wait. No. That sounds bad. Misguided, is that a nicer word? I don’t mean that YOU’RE stupid, but just your thoughts are stupid—
Right, anyway. Popped by in the TARDIS to remind you that I have never met someone who isn’t important. And if you’re clever and want to tell me we’ve never met, I’d like to remind you I said, ‘Hi! I’m the Doctor,’ and that counts as an introduction.
You matter. Just remember that. You matter.”
Left: Store mannequins in H&M, Sweden.
Right: Store mannequins in Macys, USA.
NO WAY THATS AWESOME WHY CAN’T IT BE LIKE THAT HERE
And I don’t know if you’ve ever walked behind a mannequin at Macy’s but the clothes are usually pinned and clipped to fit the teeny tiny mannequins. Just think about that.
I want bigger mannequins. Mostly for the practical side. I like being able to imagine how clothes would fit on me, which is impossible with the twigs we see in shops.
God bless flipping Sweden!
It should be like this everywhere. Seriously.
YES. its not even possible to tell if the clothes actually look good on people when the mannequins are like that.
The top one can be really, really bad for your back, actually.
All these lovely ladies weigh 154lbs. We all carry weight differently, don’t live your life by an outdated chart. Find a number that looks and feels good.
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And peanut butter, by the jar full.
And organic fruits, by the basket full.
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