Where west coast boho style meets sweet southern drawl.



As an essayist, plus-size fashionista, and social media expert, I view life through a progressive feminist lens. My work reflects my mindfulness of society’s different intersections and works to uplift and amplify marginalized faces and voices, as well as my own. Hire me for social media management or as an ambassador to your brand. I am also available to produce socially-conscious content for your website, speak at an event, or walk in your next size-inclusive fashion show.



Change Your Style, Change Your Life.

Stuck in a style rut, but don't have any body-positive friends who know big bodies? Book a virtual styling session with me!

I know fashion and I understand plus-size bodies. I've written about fashion for Ravishly, Chubstr, Wear Your Voice, and HuffPo, as well as walked runways for bespoke designers and consulted several designers and brands expanding their size range. You're in great hands!

Together, you and I will work to shop for a special occasion or build a capsule wardrobe from which you can build, all while feeling confident in your choices and your look. 


May 30, 2019

The following is a sponsored blog post courtesy of TITOV. The eye mask was gifted to me for review and contains non-affiliate links to the product.

Are you a night owl or shift worker? Do you have problems sleeping during the day?

Sleep is one of the most important aspec...

April 17, 2018

 Saucye West, Laurel Dickman, and Denise Jolly for the #FatAndFree Campaign. Photo by Suma Jane Dark. 

This article was written for and published by Wear Your Voice Magazine on Jan 4, 2016. You can read the entire article here. 

"...I respect anyone who identifies a...

April 4, 2018

"As a feminine woman who identifies as queer, I experience daily erasure of my identity from both the heterosexual world and from the queer community."

April 2, 2018

This article is written by Laurel Dickman and was published on Wear Your on July 27, 2015.

"Prior to my ex, I always tried to figure out a way to cover up my body when it came to sex. I was a big believer in “fake it ‘til you make it” and developed a dual pers...