A MIDSIZE fashionista has spoken candidly about learning to love her figure after years of battling body dysmorphia.
She decided to share her measurements and weight in an attempt to champion body positivity.
Logan Spain took to TikTok encouraging women to embrace their bodies at any sizeTikTok/moreclothesthansense
TikTok/moreclothesthansenseLogan revealed her body measurements, height, and weight after seeing other people do the same on TikTok[/caption]
Logan Spain (@moreclothesthansense) has garnered over 200,000 followers on TikTok, where she shares shopping hauls.
The expectant mother took to the social media platform revealing that she’s 5ft 10ins and weighs between 175lbs to 180lbs.
She shared her measurements in text over the screen, saying she wears a size 30 in jeans, an eight to 10 in dresses, a medium or large in tops, and a 34DDD bra.
She looked in good spirits as she donned a white crop top and cycling shorts while embracing being a “midsize queen.”
“What’s up guys, let me share something with you,” Logan said. “This is my body and these are my measurements.
“You might be wondering why am I sharing this with you and it’s because sometimes I look at girls and I so desperately want to know if that’s what I look like to other people.
“My body dysmorphia can get so bad that I have no idea what I look like or what size I am.
“Another girl I follow posted her measurements for clothes then I saw her and I was like ‘Wow that’s the same size as me.’
“But she looked so much different than how I see myself.
“I thought it was so helpful to see a girl my size, so here you go. This is me.”
Logan rolled down the waist of her shorts to grab and jiggle her belly as she frowned sarcastically.
Logan said she was sharing the information because of her battle with body dysmorphiaTikTok/moreclothesthansense
The style enthusiast then posed from different angles to show her body shape.
“I found several girls who are similar sizes as me and it made me feel so much more confident in my own skin!
“I’m always very self-conscious of my stomach pooch and I’m finally learning to love every part of my body thanks to TikTok,” she said.
She encouraged “normalizing normal bodies” in the caption of her post as she admitted that she wouldn’t have had the confidence to share her measurements back in high school.
“My high school self could never,” she wrote alongside the hashtags #bodypositivity and #midsizequeens.
The video racked up hundreds of likes after going viral with one viewer commenting that her transparency would “help” other people to accept themselves.
Many people took to the comment section claiming they had similar measurements and thanking Logan for sharing her sizing.
“You’re honestly STUNNING! Wow [heart eyes],” one person wrote. “We have the exact same measurements!” another said.
“I love this!!! Transparency is gonna help sooo many people to be more comfortable with their measurements and body,” a third commented.
“This is exactly what I used to weigh most of my life at 5ft 10ins as well. I always thought I was fat [embarrassed]. 100 pounds gained now I know what fat is,” another wrote.
Logan said she felt ‘confident’ after seeing women of a similar size to herTikTok/moreclothesthansense
Logan admitted that she’s ‘always’ been self-conscious of her stomach poochTikTok/moreclothesthansenseFashion – Latest Style News And Fabulous Trends | The Sun