Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Tess Munster talks with The Huffington Post Live!

Earlier today I had the honor to chat with Huff Post Live about the industry with some leading ladies in the plus blogger world! Among the bloggers, was the Editor of Plus Model Magazine Madeline Jones, CeCe Olisa, and others! It was a great discussion about plus fashion, confidence, and misleading facts about what it really means to 'love yourself'.

You can watch here:



xx 
T

6 comments:

Suzie Q said...

Tess, you are truly an inspiration! Have you ever considered taking on a mentoring role? I am just finishing up my last year in school to become a Psychiatric Nurse and I am also a fatshion blogger/enthusiast! I'd love to explore the possibilities of being a plus-size pioneer and if you could give me some pointers and guidance you couldnt even imagine how appreciative I would be! my email is suzzzombie@hotmail.com (if you could delete this, just so i dont get any creepy spam mail!, after you see it that would be pretty great as well!) thank you <33
-Suz

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