Jessica Simpson, whose curvier body has brought her much criticism from fans as often as praise, recently confided in Lucky magazine (as retold inÂ Popeater) her personal feelings on body image and beauty. According to Jessica Simpson, â€œWe all obsess over looking like the perfect Barbie type, and thatâ€™s not always whatâ€™s beautiful. Itâ€™s about making peace with yourself.â€ Essentially, Jessica Simpson states that while many American women may starve themselves for that craved slender body image, being beautiful is about self confidence and radiating a positive attitude no matter what your size. That is great advice from a celebrity to young girls who may struggle with personal body image and self esteem. Women should not feel pressured to be uber skinny, rather they should feel healthy and happy with their body appearance, whatever size they happen to be.
Jessica Simpson takes her positive attitude a step further, and to back up her motto of being beautiful on the inside to portray confidence and beauty on the outside, she is bringing more curves to New York Fashion Week. Jessica plans to use â€œreal womenâ€ to model her newest fashions in her clothing line. In fact, instead of using super skinny runway models, a friend of Jessica Simpson has confirmed to Life and Style Magazine that as Jessica Simpson unveils her latest collection in Septemberâ€™s New York Fashion Week to local media, she will be sending her best friends, â€œreal women in real sizes,â€ to model down the runway!
Jessica Simpsonâ€™s confidence in her newest clothing collection and in herself and her friends radiates through her personal actions. Whether the new clothing line becomes a success through profits and popularity does not appear to concern Jessica Simpson, rather the goal here is to be successful in boosting self esteem for all women and proving that beauty comes in all shapes and sizes. Jessica Simpson should be proud of her success as a role model for self esteem in women.