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Queen Sized Flava, Made in Montreal

http://queensizedflava.com

The Queen Sized Flava started as a movement in Montreal to promote plus size fashion and to bring it to the attention of Quebec’s fashion industry in order to make it more accessible. One year, I noticing that the problem is deeper then just availability which is why the QSF movement if also extremely focused on self-esteem empowerment. With your help, ladies, I am planning to show that in Quebec, there is a lot of work to be done in order to satisfy us since what is currently offered to us is either very expensive or simply not up to our expectations. It only takes a walk on Ste-Catherine Street to realize that plus size fashion in Quebec is still weak if we compare it to the United States and the United Kingdom. Consequently, it becomes our duty as dissatisfy consumers to make things change. I encourage you to use this blog as a direct tool of communications with the industry so they could read your comments on what you think about the Queen Sized Flava movement. Please feel free to write me about your frustrations towards the fashion world in general, your traumatic in-stores experiences or simply what are your main concerned when it comes to feeling beautiful and confident. So join the movement because those who stand for nothing fall for everything STAY BLESS,

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