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This Months Show and Tell

I am so excited to post Our first DDiva.  We feature a DDDR Diva  in our Show and Tell monthly series! This series allows you the chance to SHOW us your style and TELL us what being a DDiva  means to you! Go to to get more details.
August Featured DDiva is:
SheRea from My Thrifted Closet
What does Being a DDiva mean to me?
When I look through magazines or watch television, I rarely see young women like me. They are usually the best friend, confidant, and other similar roles. Very often, these women are not portrayed as the beautiful, sexy, and vivacious women that they undoubtedly are.
However, there comes a time in a woman’s life when she has to throw away the images of the “perfect and ideal body” that is etched in the world’s consciousness and create her own image and write her own story. Being curvy and confident is about looking in the mirror and loving who AND what you see.
My curves are nothing for which I am ashamed. I embrace them and I adorn them with beautiful clothes. It’s not about competing with my smaller friends or trying to be the hottest thing walking. It’s about being myself, smiling for no reason at all, and allowing the world to see my light.  This way, they too will look at me and not be ashamed. I am beautiful and no one can tell me otherwise.
Live. Laugh. Love Thrift.
How cute is she!!!!
You can catch more from SheRea on her blog,My Thrifted Closet
Want to be featured?
Please email me at and send over 2-3 photos of your fly-est outfits and share with us what  being a DDiva means to you!

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