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This Month's Diva Style

Franceta of Frantic Dreams
To me, having Diva Style means total and ultimate freedom, not just in fashion but in life.
No rules, limitations or guidelines, just you, marching to the beat of your own drum. Have you ever been told you couldn’t do or wear something and then proved that wrong? It feels amazing to defy rules!
I was told I couldn’t wear miniskirts, crop tops, sheer fabrics, spandex or heels… Because I was told “you can’t”, I did. Now, imagine if you applied this to everything you do, it would be the definition of a Diva Style.
Though I am chic, and I’m DEFIANTLY confident, I don’t identify myself as curvy, I’m just a woman. We come in all shapes and sizes and not one shape or size is the “right” one. Though I am technically curvy, my curves will never define me, they are just a part of my anatomy. I found that once you cage yourself into one category, it gives others the right to do the same, and I am just not the type of girl to be caged if you get what I’m saying, lol.
I love her confidence and moxie! How fierce is she???
You can catch more from Franceta on her blog, Frantic Dreams and you can catch Franceta tweeting her life away on Twitter!!
Want to be featured?
Please email me at marie {at} and send at least 2-3 photos of your fly-est outfits and share with us what having Diva Style means to you!
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