details; anything (i.e. deceptive words or actions) used to veil faults, errors, or
wrongdoings. In the world of sports, whitewashing is classified as a defeat in which the
loser fails to score.
The plus-sized/ full-figured community has been coached erroneously over many years
that wearing the actual color white is “not for us", that it’s unappealing and unflattering.
Another fallacy drilled into our psyches, in hopes of keeping us “in our places”.
Something else to keep us oppressed, I guess. More than enough chubby beauties are
scared to wear bold prints, loud colors and (most often) a crisp white ensemble, because
of their imperfections. So, they stick to solids and colors that are safe, colors that will
hide the creases/ crevasses and conceal what they consider the “flaws” of
their bodies. Whitewashing.
If you frequently engage in this demeaning practice, I challenge you to step outside of your
small, oppressed box. There are numerous ways we can wear white and still look neat and well put
together. With proper undergarments and the correct sizing/ option, you can't go wrong!
There is a white garment for every type of woman and every occasion.
White at the Pool
feat. Pink Passion Plustique - suit & kimono
An Evening in White
feat. Voluptuous Vixen Boutique - Jumpsuit
Chilled Out (in White)
feat. White Lotus Boutique - Jeans
Look # 4
White in da Club
feat. De'Kylia;s Boutique
Look # 5
Look # 6
A Day in White
White Lace & Beads
feat. Creme de la Curves