Body Positivity: My Interview with LOVEDROBE

Lottie Moor Lovedrobe

Just a quickie! I did an interview for the amazing people over at LOVEDROBE just recently and I got to talk all about my love for body positivity as well as my own personal journey. Lovedrobe are a plus-size fashion brand that specialise in making women feel brilliant about their bodies – something that I am so passionate about – so when they offered me the chance to do an interview, I got writing straight away! All of the photos in this blog post will take you straight to my interview, so click away!

Lottie Moor Lovedrobe

They also made this amazing little picture from a quote from my interview – I think this sums up my body positivity journey in one sweeping statement!

Lottie Moor Lovedrobe

Please take a read of it and let me know what you think. I really enjoyed talking to the lovely people over at Lovedrobe!

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Have you started your own body positivity journey? I’d love to hear how you’re getting on!



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Plus-size, body positive, feminist, lesbian - ME. Lives in London, has a Nottingham heart.

10 thoughts on “Body Positivity: My Interview with LOVEDROBE

  1. Great interview, there should see more posts like this, it must have felt great to have inspired someone to buy her first dress in years – to encourage others in a good way. I am so self conscious – I wish I could do more outfit posts on my blog! ps love the jump suit! x


    1. Thank you so much! It felt amazing, I honestly cried like all day after that, I was so touched! I hope you keep up with my blog, my mission is to get women of all sizes feeling good about their bodies – I hope I can help out! xx


  2. I couldn’t love this more! Body positivity is something I talk about often in my circles. In fact, becoming a burlesque dancer was how I kicked the stereotypes about plus sized women out the door! I’m glad I found this blog and can’t wait to read more!


  3. I LOVE IT SO MUCH when I see/read women that are promoting this very issue. It’s so important because there is -obviously- so much everywhere we look telling us the exact opposite. Thank you thank you thank you for being one more voice of reason. Also, great interview. I love that you describe your style as ‘unapologetic’. Fantastic, particularly because women are often so apologetic over everything. Excited to have found your blog 🙂


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