Tuesday, March 9, 2010

Keisha on StyleLikeU

By now most of you know I love StyleLikeU, a blog that showcases the closets of people with great personal style. (By the way, I'm actually working on adding this type of thing to YFF!) When I saw they featured another plus size girl, Keisha, I had to share:

Keisha Davis from StyeLikeU.com from Stylelikeu on Vimeo.


Check out more of Keisha here.

12 comments:

  1. Keisha, yes! I love her! I love her attitude and love the fact that she was bathed in sequins when she was born!

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  2. Love her and her cupcake theory! :)

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  3. Definitely love her personality more than her style, but she's suuper adorable.

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  4. hey sweetheart :)
    i have a really big question. i'm a blogger from germany and the fashionblogs are full of skinny babes. my readers always asked me about some fashionblogs with real women. so know to my question :D i saw your posts about the YFF-girls and i would love to help my readers and to inform them about your blog and the blogs from the other girls. could i use your pictures from the girls (of course i would link the pictures to your blog)

    please answer me as soon as possible :)

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  5. I love Keisha, and I'm glad she expresses herself through her clothes, even if she is a plus size. She has a great attitude and seems like fun.

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  6. Hey Gaby,
    My name is Sabina (www.femmefatalexsabina.blogspot.com) I am writing about some plus size blogger (in germany they're really rarely!) in the following weeks/months. So I want to mention you in this post. For this I took some pictures from your blog and maybe you could reply to my email adress (femmefatalex@web.de) if it's okay? Oh ... and if you want to be mentioned in my blogpost could you answer some questions for it? But first just reply your answer :)I am just so inspired by you and I took some quotations from your "YFF-Girl of the moment"-posts. I think germany is still behind and I want to make all the plus size girls in germany feel good and proof them that plus size girls also look good! I really hope it's okay for you.

    Love,Sabina
    thank you so much!!!

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  7. Heya, City Chic's blog is now live and linking to you http://inside.citychiconline.com/ xoxoxo

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  8. thanks for sharing. i love her!

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