Is there room for plus-sizes women in sneaker culture? This blog post is focusing on 9 plus-size Black women killing streetwear & sneaker culture.
9 Plus-Size Black Women Killing Streetwear & Sneaker Culture
Sneakerhead culture in the United States came in the 1980s and can be attributed to two major sources: basketball, specifically the emergence of Michael Jordan and the Nike Air Jordan line of shoes released in 1985, and the growth of hip hop music.
Jumping feet first into this sneaker life it’s become more and more unclear if sneaker culture now just an offshoot of collector culture. Are the people scoring on The SNKRS app getting the more coveted sneakers to have them displayed in their clear shoe box cases or lack shelves never intending to wear them? Or what has become popular nowadays selling them on the resell market for at time 1000 times the retail value? Because I never see the rare ones in the wild!!!! These are my go-to subjects after I’ve taken an L on The SNKRS app. But that’s a tweet for another day.
Is there a place for plus-size women in the streetwear sneaker culture?
It’s only natural to look for someone similar to yourself when you enter any space. As a plus-size Black woman who’s given what needs to gave in the streetwear sneaker culture. Who’s serving streetwear and sneaker inspiration.
9 plus-size women talking the talk when it comes to streetwear and sneaker culture.
thefatgirloffashion sneaker size 7y/7M/8W (if anyone is asking)
If there is anyone I should have mention leave their name in the comments for the next list!
Do you feel there’s a place for plus-size women in sneaker culture?