Country girl

Country girl // New Zealand plus size fashion blogger Meagan Kerr in western wear inspired outfit

I am a city girl now, but when I was a kid we moved to the country. We had a small farm with cows, sheep, pigs, chickens and bees; I went to a very very small school (there were less than 30 people in my whole school); there were no footpaths anywhere near our place, or public transport. Actually, in the nearest town, public transport didn’t exist either. Welcome to the back of beyond. View Post

Island Hopper

New Zealand plus size fashion blogger Meagan Kerr wears Hope & Harvest Island Hopper Dress in black

As you will have noticed, I wear a lot of black. It used to be that I wore black because there weren’t colourful options in plus size clothing, then I started wearing a colour as more and more choices became available. About a year ago I decided to reclaim my fashion voice and define my style, and that has meant going back to blacks, to neutrals, to stripes … back to basics. View Post

Rule Breakers Club

New Zealand plus size fashion blogger This is Meagan Kerr wears Yours Clothing grey striped turtleneck swing dress

You know how much I enjoy breaking so called fashion rules, right? I centred my entire final year exhibition around it when I was at uni and I have shared countless pictures of myself and other awesome women breaking fashion rules . I’m unapologetic about my love for stripes, bodycon and wearing clothes that make me feel awesome. View Post

Kate Madison Jeans

This is Meagan Kerr wears Kate Madison Jeans - skinny leg and straight leg jeans

You have probably noticed that I’ve been wearing jeans a lot over the last few months (well, if you’re following me on Instagram you will have noticed), and that’s because it’s cold and jeans are easy. I know I’m not the only one who rocks the jeans and tee look on the regular! View Post

You would be prettier if you smiled

Meagan Kerr wears Dreammaker Sweater Dress from Harlow

I’m one of those people who has resting bitch face. No, I’m not in a bad mood, I’m not mad at you (trust me, you’d know if I was), I’m not scowling, that’s just my face. The amount of times I’ve heard things like “You would be prettier if you smiled” and “cheer up love, it can’t be that bad” must number in the hundreds (if not thousands) by now. Here’s the thing though – my face is fine just as it is. Some days I don’t feel like plastering on a smile just to make myself more pleasing to someone else, and I shouldn’t have to. Except sometimes I feel like I do… View Post