Weirdly Shaped and Well Photographed

… a blog about clothing for curves, bras for giant boobs (and tiny backs!), and escaping the scourge of the dreaded BoobLoaf and ButtChest.

About

Coming soon: the story of how this blog began and other such goodies!

In the meantime, here’s the very, very basic information.

  • This is a blog primarily about clothing and lingerie for busty ladies, curvy ladies, hourglass-shaped-ladies, and anyone else who finds themselves having trouble getting their proportions and their closet to agree with one another.  I’m not an authority on fashion or style, but I have had quite the journey in figuring out what works for my shape, and I’m happy I can help other people with similar struggles.

  • There’s only been a bit of discussion so far, but the brog will be heading more and more into the realm of bra fitting discussion, and I’m really excited about that.  WELL-SUPPORTED AND HAPPY BOOBS FOR ALL!

  • The blog itself is long form and only contains complete entries like reviews, information pieces, and opinion posts.  Shorter form pieces like Outfit of the Day posts, pictures of lingerie pieces I love, and links to other great blog articles can be found on my social media sites.  Please follow my Tumblr, Facebook, and Twitter for shortform content and all the love.  You are also welcome and encouraged to submit your own pictures to the Tumblr, as I am always looking for ways to promote body positivity and want to showcase all of your lovely selves!  (Nota bene: no penis pictures please.  Come on, guys.)

  • More fun stuff for those new to the blog can be found on the Start Here! page – check it out for links to popular or favorite posts, social media sites, and a guide to the random made-up terminology sprinkled about Weirdly Shaped and Well Photographed.

The Rules and Regulations and Other Such Necessary Bothers:

 

  • This is a space primarily for female-identifying people and others who wear women’s clothing.  Male-identifying and presenting persons are more than welcome to come and enjoy, but I ask that comments be kept to a minimum and only what is polite and/or informative.  Body snark, objectification, judgmental commentary, and other things that I deem offensive will be deleted without warning.  Anything that is edging on offensive will receive a polite warning, and further commentary will be deleted.  Appreciate, but do so quietly.  :)  This is a safe space.

  • The body snark policy above doesn’t only apply to men.  Absolutely no body snark, fat shaming, thin shaming, etc. will be tolerated here.  Weirdly Shaped and Well Photographs loves bodies of all shapes and sizes, ages, genders, and so on.  This policy applies as much to statements like “real women have curves” as it does to critiques of women of larger sizes.  All women are real, all bodies are beautiful, and any differing opinions will be deleted.  This is my blog and my space, and as such mine is the final say.  Please do not argue with me about this.

  • The rights to my pictures are held exclusively by me and by my photographers, and you may not copy or republish any of them without my permission for any reason.  Please feel free to link to my posts using an image, but the image *must* link back to my blog directly.  There is an exception to the above, however: pornography-based sites.  Porn people, you do not have the rights to my images.  You will not be receiving the rights to my images.  Please do not post them anywhere or link to me from your porn site.  Just keep that stuff to yourself.  Thanks.

Advertisement and Review Policies

  • I do accept articles of clothing and lingerie for review, but I do not do sponsored posts and all opinions are my own.

  • Any companies interested in working with me are happily encouraged to contact me at MissShapen@WeirdlyShaped.com for details and to receive a copy of my media kit.  Thank you so very much.

That’s it for now, Gentle Readers!  This space will have some more information soon, but that should give you the basics.  Have an absolutely fabulous day!

  • TVT

    Just so you know, ”
    The rights to my pictures are help exclusively by me and by my photographers, and you may not copy or republish it without my permission for any reason.” I believe this contains a typo of “The rights to my pictures are helD” not “help”.

  • MissShapen

    Thanks! I’d better go edit that, heh. Blorgh.

  • P3nny

    Hi! So I am a totally different shape to you and the ladies you are really helping but as you seem like a complete genius on all things boob & bra’s could you point me in the right direction for info more ‘my size’ … I would call my shape more trunk like. bust, under bust, waist have not many centimetres between them. So essentially my boobs are wide but lack ‘volume’ (no hang still like early teen). Take off the bra and i’m flat as a tack. I always thought an A cup was for small breast but recently when shopping for wedding lingerie at Simone Perele they put me in a c even d cup but it felt empty. fitted lovely every where else. Any way I’d love to learn more and read about people more my shape so if you can help I would be forever grateful (and envious of your curves!) thanks!

  • DirtyMindedNo

    So, I don’t know how to say this without sounding too creepy, but I think your blog is great. I found it to be very informative and helpful in helping me help my teen daughter. She has a very similar shape to you and is dealing with fitting issues as well as some body image things. As a single parent, I was somewhat at a loss of what do until I Googled a question that lead me to your blog and others. Since I’m male, I have very little experience with bra-fitting issues and didn’t really feel I could simply ask a woman friend without sounding creepy. I’ve sent her your blog and she’s been reading it and asking when I can get her some of the bras you’ve recommended in various posts. I think this is a very positive step for her. She’s a wonderful young lady and means the world to me. Thank you for your help.

  • Rachel Jones

    I just found this blog, and I LOVE it! I have very similar measurements to you: 38-38.5 bust, 25 inch waist, 38 inch hips (although before my permanent hip injury, my waist was 24 and hips 36, but c’est la vie) and it is so inspiring to see someone else (especially someone else in the US!) with a similar build! I’ve personally struggled with it all my life, since starting around 10, I wore a C cup, and my chest seems to keep expanding, even with little or no weight gain. I love the reviews for clothing especially, since finding things that fit my bosom and waist usually tends to be difficult. (My wedding dress, for example, since my chest grew two inches from the time I bought it until the day I wore it, and had to have cups sewn in. When I tried it on at the first fitting, wearing a regular bra, I looked like Jessica Rabbit, so I was really glad having the cups sewn in kind of took that effect away. Lol)

    Thank you so much for such an inspiring and entertaining blog! I’m going to follow you on Facebook. =^__^=

  • Earnest-Fan

    Hi,

    I really like your blog! :) I was hoping to get fashion advice from you, hehe. I have big busts and a very petite frame that can barely keep up with them.

    Could you write an entry on fashion tips for specific looks? Fashion for big busted women is so restrictive. It’s always the same V-neckline, no boxy jackets, no awesome stunts.

    I’m wondering if there are any ways to pull of a less feminine look? I’d like a slight tomboy look. And strongly clinched waistlines and draping clothes don’t do that.

    Any advice? I really hope, as a thin and curvy person myself, I can find a way to pull this off. (Yeah I know you can’t hide them, but can you do something different?)

    Thanks your blog, I hope to see more :)

  • M’Shia Good

    Hi,
    I have a stunningly similar bra size to you and I haven’t had much luck finding websites that sell bras in my size that actually ship to the United States. Everywhere that I’ve gone, except Wellfitting, doesn’t ship to the U.S. I was wondering if you could help me to find places to buy bras in the 26O size? If it helps at all, my measurements are 41-21-41. And any other advise about how to dress, etc, with this body is more than welcome. Please and thank you.