It’s spring time, but your closet says COVID-19 Winter. Need some fashion inspiration? We’ll take you through Jennifer Atilémile’s look, and show you where you can get a similar outfit!
Who is Jennifer Atilémile?
So as I’ve shared, I am a major Lydia Hudgens fan. Not only is she the coolest photographer, but she also allows people to discover the most beautiful new faces, such as Jennifer Atilémile! Talk about the face of an angel, who also happens to have impeccable style. Researching more about Jennifer, you can tell that she definitely has an interesting and honest stance on the body positivity movement and is an influence to many of those struggling with the same topic.
She once stated, in the podcast Poductivity, “I don’t really talk about body positivity much. It’s because I’m of a generation where I have a lot of unlearning to do. Also, I’m bored with it. I know that’s very privileged but I’m kind of jack of seeing these rad, beautiful bodies with these captions that point out all the perceived ‘flaws’ followed by how the poster is ’embracing’ them. Just once I want to see a not thin woman post a bikini pic without pointing out that she doesn’t look like a supermodel.
I’ve posted one bikini shot ever on Instagram about 3 years ago and the whole caption was about how I struggle with my weight and body perception. Why couldn’t I have just posted the damn photo and said something like ‘Holidays bitches!!! #blessed #youwishyouwerehere’ instead? Why did my more visible than usual body on the beach require an explanation? To people who weren’t even there? Yeah, there’s still a lot of work to be done around body acceptance and even more work to be done around fat stigma but maybe a good place to start is by ceasing to explain our bodies away and just let them exist? Maybe?”
Beauty and brains. What more could we ask for? Ok, ok.. Now, where’d she get this fit from? Let’s see what we find.
Perfect for spring!
The pastel tones give an ethereal vibe to this look. Not one thing to complain about here. The posing, styling, and hair are all on par. This is a nice minimalist spring look, using a white tank top with lace rims, a pair of pastel pink trousers, and white kitten heels. The choice of colors allows each piece to be combined with other colors. No boundaries! Want this look? Here is how to get it.