Looking at her now, one could easily assume that she’s always been confident, but the truth is far from it—Rani’s journey to self-love and fat acceptance is still a work in progress.
“Accepting my body did not happen overnight, and it’s not a linear process. I still have many healing journeys ahead of me, and there are still periods of time when I get into a funk,” she admits. Setting up her company sparked her individual healing journey.
It lights up my heart when someone puts on an outfit [from us] and feels amazing in it; especially because plus-size women tend to be ignored by the fashion industry. So giving our customers access to fashion that fits them has been immensely rewarding.
The most important thing when it comes to providing plus-size clothing is having an inclusive range of sizes for all designs so that customers feel respected and included.
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