Announced this morning, the writers of Curvy Girl Guide are partnering with Lands’ End, SELF Magazine, and breast cancer survivor community, Beyond the Boobie Trap to bring back Swimsuit Confidence Week, May 21-25.
In our 2nd annual celebration of being swimsuit confident, we are excited to have SELF Magazine join in with us as we show off our body confidence by posing in our Lands’ End swimsuits. As an online lifestyle magazine for women, CurvyGirlGuide.com mirrors the goals of the print magazine that “SELF Magazine informs and inspires women in areas of fitness and beauty, diet and health, style and happiness, to help them achieve their personal well-being goals, and become their vision of their best self.”
Last year, the writers of Curvy Girl Guide showed off our swimsuit-ready bodies in Lands’ End swimsuits, and we received an amazing reaction from our readers. The ongoing campaign we lead in Project Real that aims to help women feel better about their bodies, no matter their size, is one by which we stand firmly. It’s a year later, and we’re still being asked about the campaign and hearing how it encouraged other women to show off their body confidence.
We can’t wait to get started on the Swimsuit Confidence campaign to bring about awareness in self-acceptance and body confidence! Visit Lands’ End’s Facebook page for more information on the campaign (and see how to enter for a beach vacation), and make sure to like the Curvy Girl Guide Facebook page as we show off our confidence. Join us through May 25th as we share our stories and our photos of being Swimsuit Confident.
Are you with us?
Angie Lynch is the founder and managing editor of the powerhouse women’s literary community, Smut Book Club. She is a Native Floridian without a tan, probably because she spends her days hard at work on the magical internet. For the past several years, Angie has worked way too hard at building clout as an influencer in food and margaritas as well as being a source for laughable pop culture commentary. You can read more from Angie on her blog, A Whole Lot of Nothing.
image credit Lands’ End