Big Butt And The Fashion World [Entry 51]

Over the years, we have noticed the changes in styles and interest in the fashion world. The fascinating red-lip Mary-lynn might be a bit too lousy in our present time where nude is the new cool. It is also funny how fashion was once about the cloth you had on but now, is the body behind the clothes. On this same platform of transformation in the fashion sphere, skin and body which has always been part of fashion has also transformed in fad and fancy.

The straight-legged, less curvy white girl who could easily slip on a miniskirt or a pair of jean and feel extra sexy in just about anything, has now been pushed aside by ‘fat-assed’ lady. Well, time happened and reality turned in favour of the ‘big butt’ thick girl. We have the likes of Jennifer Lopez, Serena Williams, Beyonce, Omotola, Evelyn Lozada, Shakira etc who belong to this class. The once forbidden, now being the envy of the skinny clan has pushed more women to squats or surgeries just to improve their bodies. Beauty has almost suddenly become defined by the kind of ‘booty’ one has on. In fact, this has in many ways posed adverse effects on the frail-esteemed youth in the real world. People go through the length to acquire this new body goal and those who can’t afford to do so are left hanging on to a single strand of admiration for themselves.

Having a look like Rihanna, Kim Kardashian, Toke Makinwa would certainly have to cost much. But the question now is, in reality, is beauty really measured by a certain type of body? Do all guys have preference for the big butt woman or is she still seen as ugly, for her ‘fat ass’? Is the skinny lady a turn off in terms of beauty and fashion or is she just as relevant as the other women in her field? How many young people feel less about themselves because their bodies do not clone the ones on their favourite celebrities? How much harmful effect do the media pose on the reality of teens and young adults in terms of beauty, body and fashion? The answers to these questions can be found even within the star world. We can’t mention the likes of Omotola Jalade without recognising the star in Genevieve Nnaji despite the disparity in their body types. This tells us that the body, having its own goals is not so much important as to allowing our relevance hang on from it. There are women with not too conspicuous behinds who are also beautiful and sexy and highly fashionable. They include: Jada Smith, Kendall Jenner, Tiwa Savage, Lupita Nyong’o, Selena Gomez, Agbani Darego, Michelle Obama and many others. The list could go on but if you do not remember anything at all, remember that all the names mentioned in this write up have achieved bigger goals than just body goals.

Smart is the fashion that’ll never change.

 

This article was written by Ikoabasi Melody; connect with her on IG here

83 thoughts on “Big Butt And The Fashion World [Entry 51]

  1. Awesome piece!!
    This is a good reminder for human beings to place importance on more essential things. Body physique can be a bit unpredictable or most times genetically decisive while our minds and our achievements are solely dependent on us (+ God factor). And that’s what speaks loudest and longest!!

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    1. Enyinnaya Christian · Edit

      To add to the write up, the media at some point is sending a wrong message to the viewers, where some young ladies start to implant some features on their bodies, this is absurd, take a look at Angelina Jolie she has little or no breast but her can’t be mistyped on Google because she’s achieved a lot. Every man has his interest on the type of woman he sees, some love big butts while some tall or fairer woman. So big butt trending or rihanna or Angelina Jolie looks might attract you to some certain men.

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  2. Great truth you’ve put down here. I love the part Where you said ‘body, having its own goals is not so much important as to allowing our relevance hang on from it’.

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  3. Great truth you’ve put down here. I love the part where you wrote ‘body, having its own goals is not so much important as to allowing our relevance hang on from it’.

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  4. What a compelling and engaging write-up! Each part making up the entire piece reflects the reality in the fashion world which encompasses our sense of what is in vogue and what’s not. I love the logic of the writer. The conversational style of the writer makes it very interesting to read on without any figment of boredom. Thanks for this exceptionally thrilling piece and I’d always be on a lookout for your subsequent works. Brilliant!

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  5. “if you do not remember anything at all, remember that all the names mentioned in this write up have achieved bigger goals than just body goals.”……..murdered it!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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