To avoid any lines under skin-tight clothing, you’re only genuinely VPL-proof option is to go commando. So we spend hours trying to smooth our bums with our hands or wearing long tops to try and cover our arses. Cheers to not giving a sh✨t what people think about your body or the way you dress.
The bit you try to suck in if you’re wearing dresses. Well, body positivity blogger Self Love Club is trying to get us to love our VBO – visible belly outline – in order to make the most of the summer season.
Our circulating zine collection is found on Level 3 of the Central Library.
Currently it is a browsing collection within each category (not in title or author order). The Library reserves the right to decide the disposition of all gifts received.
As you enter, there’s a little waiting area on the right with a bulletin board and seating. Through the hustle and bustle of this busy place, a welcoming sign beckoned.
At first glance, that's the type of question that answers itself: by definition, a 4096-pixel wide image delivers around four times the resolution of 1920 x 1080, and that's a healthy multiple.
It's actually of a broadly similar magnitude to the difference between 1080p and old-fashioned analog NTSC video, and nobody these days questions the value of upgrade.
• Cheers to living free of judgement, reservations, and inhibitions. Don't let others affect your happiness and self worth. #BEinyourskin #embracethesquish #allbodiesaregoodbodies 🎉🎉🎉 A post shared by P O S I T I V E V I B E S (@_selfloveclub_) on ‘Cheers to a summer of rocking clothing that give you a visible tummy outline,’ she wrote in a recent post.
But while the VPL is ridiculous and mostly unavoidable, there’s another much-maligned line that we should all try to embrace this summer. • Cheers to embracing what we've been told not to wear because it doesn't "flatter our body type".