Poor little Holly Tucker. Voted off the voice and I have to blame the team of Hollywood stylists because it certainly wasn’t her voice. Being young, plus sized, and fair skinned is a difficult combo for some reason. I think that’s because young women are more insecure with their bodies no matter what size they are and for some reason being plus sized is still not socially acceptable in the caucasian community like it is in other cultures. Dress for the job you want to have. That’s the saying. I’m afraid it seemed that week after week Holly’s stylists were clueless as to how to dress a cute plus sized country girl. This is really distressing for young plus sized cuties across the globe. Here’s what Holly’s peeps did unfavorably and how I think it can be fixed. Plus sized women, I would NOT go strapless. Like ever. Big girls have big boobies. It’s a great fashion advantage that a lot of skinny bitches are left without. Also, shine only ads width on camera. If you are looking for sparkle, use it to accessorize not to cover your whole body. Next, wear clothes that fit. Many plus sized women hide their curves and that is a big no no in the plus sized world. Fit makes all bodies look smart and confident. A great fit says “I love my body and I’m not afraid to show it off.” that’s true for all plus sized women. Below i’ve posted some great plus sized fashion blogs. It seems like most plus sized style blogs out there are created and run by ethnic women. i think its high time fair skinned women embraced their size with style the way the Latin and Afro American community has. Lastly, never underestimate the power of a great haircut and cute shoes. If you are plus sized, please don’t cover your face with a bunch of hair, then cover your body with a bunch of baggy layers, and then wear flip flops. that says: i hate myself, my face, my body, and please stop looking at me. A great haircut that frames the face lets your beauty shine no matter what your dress size is. Good luck to you Holly! You are a real beauty. I look forward to the unfolding of your career and the evolution of your style.