A plus-size fashion blogger has recreated prominent photos of Meghan and Harry to promote ways people can & # 39; enlarge & # 39; the style.
Katie Sturino, 37, is a fashion publicist turned beauty blogger and blogger who started her blog The 12ish Style in 2015 after realizing that there was a gap in the market for fashion inspiration for women more curious in line.
The New Yorker, who used to be married to meme king The Fat Jew, is no stranger to social media and has recently used its platform to promote ways in which plus size women could recreate popular fashion styles.
Impressive: Katie Sturino, 37, is a fashion publicist who uses her social networks to promote plus size women. Recently recreated looks of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry
Matched: Katie also found an outfit to match what Meghan wore when she visited Dublin, Ireland, in July
For her first recreational movie, Katie partnered with the plus-size model Ryan Dziadul to copy what the Duke and the Duchess of Sussex used when attending the Youth Challenge & # 39; Your Commonwealth & # 39; in London at the beginning of July.
Lawyer: Katie started her blog in 2015 after realizing there was not enough coverage of women with curves
Meghan wore a stunning yellow dress by Brandon Maxwell while her husband wore his standard blue suit.
To copy the look, Katie found a bright yellow Eloquii dress, which creates a closure specifically for women 14 or older. She also combined the appearance with bare floors.
The second photo that Katie recreated from royalty was her attire when they attended a garden party at the house of the British ambassador in Dublin, Ireland, in July.
The 37-year-old queen wore a small black sleeveless dress by Emilia Wickstead that she combined with a black heel.
Once again, Katie found an almost identical dress from Eloquii and also wore matching black shoes for photo recreation.
Since the launch of her blog and her personal Instagram account, Katie has created loyal followers (currently has more than 210,000 followers).
Cute: She wants women to understand that they can imitate any style and look so good. In the photo, Katie recreates the look of the actress Priyanka Chopra
Identical: in addition to Meghan and Priyanka, Katie has also recreated Selena Gomez looks
And she is known for wearing recreation booths to show the fashion industry that plus size women can wear the same things as models or celebrities.
In addition to copying Meghan's appearance, Katie has also recreated costumes by Selena Gomez and Priyanka Chopra.
Despite receiving relatively positive comments about her body's positive messages, Katie recently revealed how she has been subjected to online insults.
In an Instagram post in May, Katie shared a photo of herself posing on the beach in a leopard-print bikini, with various offensive names and Photoshopped phrases in the background.
These words include & # 39; whale & # 39 ;, & # 39; fat & # 39; and & # 39; conceal & # 39 ;, along with the phrases & # 39; nobody wants to see that & # 39; and lose some weight & # 39;
Proud: Recently, she pointed to the trolls that have called her "fat" posing proudly in a bikini
Acceptance: She also revealed that she had to learn to deal with negative attention, and that learning to love her body in any size was the key to finding happiness and self-acceptance.
"I always get a" troll "or two when I post a swimsuit photo, but it never bothers me because my trip to self-acceptance meant I had to get over the opinion of my biggest troll … ME", Katie wrote in the caption attached.
"When I was much thinner than now, I used to criticize myself in the mirror, feel ashamed for being" the fattest girl in the room "and blame my problems for the last ten pounds I could not lose."
However, when Katie finally learned to accept her body and herself, she also began to feel good about her body in any size, and the harsh and critical words became "irrelevant."
"What I feel is everything and it has opened me up to focus on the good things in life in the face of the obsession with the failures that have taught me that they exist."
"That does not mean I do not look in the mirror and say YUCK from time to time, but I try not to let it be my main narrative," he added.