Nov 12 | BE BEYOND

Our Manifesto


I am beautiful.

I am beautiful INSIDE and out.
Beauty is not defined by my shape or measurements; it’s defined by my heart, my soul, my INTENTIONS and my actions.

I’mperfect.

Perfection is not the goal.
The goal is to love everything about myself, including my imperfections. They make me who I am. And I am #AlreadyPerfect.

I belong.

I don’t waste time trying to fit in.
Belonging is greater than fitting in because I define belonging, not anyone else. When I am my most authentic self, I attract people who reflect that back to me.

I am kind.

I promise to be KIND to others and myself.
Physically, emotionally and verbally. I speak to myself the way I would speak to a good friend.

I am me.

I am comfortable in my own skin and do not compare myself to others.
I am PROUD of my body. Always. I live fully in my body and in the moment.
I live my life BEYOND.


  • Lindsay
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  • Jul 8 at 10:06 pm
No No NO. You do not get to have an "Extended Size" category with just 12 items, almost all black, with multiple of the larger sizes out of stock and call yourself body positive. You can spout all the pretty mantras you like, but you have to back it up with real options for plus size bodies. I'm tired of being thrown crumbs by companies who then get to pat themselves on the back and then use their "inclusivity" for marketing purposes. They're doing the same thing every other average, straight size company does; standard size 2 models, the plus options arbitrarily relegated to the bottom of the page, no color or fun or CHOICE for the larger person. The manifesto is nice, but it's just hot air if you're not willing put in the effort to making it true for people over a size 14.
  • Lindsay
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  • Jul 8 at 10:04 pm
No No NO. You do not get to have an "Extended Size" category with just 12 items, almost all black, with multiple of the larger sizes out of stock and call yourself body positive. You don't get hire one or 2 You can spout all the pretty mantras you like, but you have to back it up with real options for plus size bodies. I'm tired of being thrown crumbs by companies who then get to pat themselves on the back and then use their "inclusivity" for marketing purposes. They're doing the same thing every other average, straight size company does; standard size 2 models, the plus options arbitrarily relegated to the bottom of the page, no color or fun or CHOICE for the larger person. The manifesto is nice, but it's just hot air if you're not willing put in the effort to making it true for people over a size 14.
  • Haley
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  • Mar 13 at 11:40 am
Love the manifesto...but very disappointed that you all don’t follow it yourselves! Photoshopping models’ bodies. isn’t really part of accepting “imperfections”.
  • Mary
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  • Jan 16 at 11:12 am
I love this! Maybe you could incorporate the manifesto into your available sizing. I would love to support you through purchases. I wear 16 pants and 38H bra. I see that some of your items (not bras) would fit, so I'll try some of those out in the meantime. Large people like cool things too. :)
  • Bonnie Ferrante
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  • Jan 13 at 7:34 pm
Embrace all that you are.. You are unique and there is no one else like you .. love yourself for each little piece that makes you-you.. Perfection is already within all of us - let it bloom from within... your beauty is already there.. xx
  • Aprill Baker
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  • Dec 26 at 3:37 pm
I love that there IS a body manifesto to begin with. As we all have expressed, so many little girls/boys begin their young lives comparing themselves to some impossible ideal. They then turn into young and old women/men who live much or all of their lives hating their body’s because they could never reach those same impossible ideals. At almost 50 years old and almost 60 lbs heavier than my usual weight, i’m finally working to learn how to love and appreciate my body, regardless of the size. And let me tell ya, “work” is exactly what it is. Pushing through the negative self-talk, fear of what other people are saying or thinking about me and other areas of discomfort is not an easy task. Which is why finding this manifesto, at this particular time in my life was a real gift. So thank you.
  • Michelle
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  • Dec 18 at 1:54 am
This manifesto is flawless. It perfectly states so many of the affirmations that I've worked so hard to tell myself. Thank you for creating a brand whose message feels so necessary and relatable. Xoxo
  • Livia
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  • Jan 6 at 3:09 am
As a 60 something woman if I had only known this when I was growing up instead of torturing myself to be what society in those days had decided was the perfect and gorgeous '10'. Bravo. Get that message out there.
  • ouida stokes
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  • Oct 13 at 8:46 am
Those words carry so much meaning, the emotions are what young girls need to feel everyday in a world that has put so much pressure on what the perfect female is suppose to look like. It will help them see to always hold your head up and be proud of who you are.
  • Melisa
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  • Dec 1 at 3:45 am
Thank you. It would be nice for your models to reflect your manifesto.

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"Talk to yourself like you would to someone you love." —Brené Brown

  • I am Beautiful.
  • I'MPERFECT.
  • I Belong.
  • I am Kind.
  • I am Me.
  • I Live my Life Beyond.