Body Positive Willow Mug

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'You are a limited edition. A masterpiece , exactly as you are'

This is your chance to get your hands on this gorgeous 2023 edition of our  Body Positive inspired Willow Fine Bone China Mug.

I am passionate that I want my kids to grow up respecting all bodies of every colour, shape, ability and gender and most importantly I want them to embrace how unique every individual person is, no matter how they look . The way people look is literally the least amazing thing about a person, it's just this messed up society that's inventing new flaws every other week so they can then sell you the 'cure' for it. The reality is that our kids are growing up surrounded by these ridiculous standards of beauty which seem to want everyone to starve, pluck, dye and shrink themselves into this same boring airbrushed image of a person.*yawn *. So many people are wasting masses of headspace worrying about the way they look and the way they don't fit in, but imagine if they weren't? Imagine how many more magical things people could do if they could embrace their bodies, flaws n all, and explored their minds instead. This is where BODY POSITIVITY comes in. I absolutely love this movement.

This mug features some of the most inspiring people of the body positive movement including Megan Jayne Crabbe (bodyposipanda) ,Harnaam Kaur  to name but a few. Look closely and you'll also spot the incredible artist Frida Kahlo who refused to conform to societies rules and boundaries. 

This new edition also features Lisa Cox an award-winning writer, female changemaker, an inspiring & motivational woman who is passionate about changing the perception of disability. Lisa's story is one that will have you in awe of her strength, you can read more about her work and life at

Another important new face on this design is Gail Porter who works tirelessly representing charities such as the Samaritans and the Little Princess Trust who provide wigs to children who have lost their hair going through chemo.