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4 Feb

My Measurements

i recently learned that one of the most Googled searches under my name is ‘sarah tripp measurements.’

i can’t say i’m surprised considering my body shape and size has become quite the topic of conversation over the past year. first, there was my screw the scale post last May where i proudly and publicly shared my exact weight. then there was my f-word post, all about how we as women need to do away with the word ‘fat’ when looking in the mirror and when talking about ourselves, and start practicing kindness and self-love instead. and then of course there was the viral ‘curvy wife’ post. robbie’s sweet instagram post dedicated to me took on a life of its own last August and literally made headlines around the world. all of this seems to have resulted in questions across the internet/social media like: how much does she weigh? what size is she? what are her measurements?

i have no problem answering these questions! not at all. as you all know, i’m confident in my curvy body and proud of this body positive platform i’ve worked so hard to build over the last four years. so just a few days ago, robbie & i took out the measuring tape and measured my bust, waist, and hips.

the result?


so there you have it! 43-inch bust, 35-inch waist, and 44-inch hips. translation: big boobs, thinner waist, and big booty. by most standards, i’m a classic hourglass figure.

but you know what? i don’t think any of that defines me.

yes, i’m a size 10/12. but that doesn’t define me.

yes, i’ve never had a thigh gap. but that doesn’t define me.

yes, my tops pull because of my chest and my jeans stretch out because of my butt. but that doesn’t define me.

instead, i’d prefer if my other attributes defined me.

my confidence.

my smile.

my laugh.

my kindness.

my style.

my heart.

there are so many things that are beautiful and special about each one of us, why limit ourselves based on a label inside a pair of jeans?

i’m forever proud to be curvy girl, but i also know that i’m so much more than that. and so are you!


‘party’ sweatshirt
high cut panties {similar here}
sparkle bra {similar here}
sparkle leggings
Patina liquid lipstick

  • Nicole Lier

    Love this Post Sarah! And yes, screw the scales, I am a size 12 blogger and am pretty damn happy, at least I’m working on it. I am trying to set a good example for my kids and working on feeling more confident! And if people don’t like it, screw them too!! I’m only surrounding myself with positive people!! ❤️❤️

    February 4, 2018 at 7:21 pm Reply
  • Lucy

    You look gorgeous! Measurements mean nothing :) Size and beauty aren’t dependant on one another :)

    February 4, 2018 at 7:33 pm Reply
  • Nicholle Brainard

    Beautiful woman inside and out!! You are seriously one of the most inspiring women I know! Love you girl!!!

    February 4, 2018 at 7:41 pm Reply
  • Melissa

    You’re amazing! And the bomb

    February 4, 2018 at 7:42 pm Reply
  • Stephanie

    I admire you more than just about anyone I’ve ever known, and I wanted to take the time to let you know. Love you to death, Sarah!

    February 4, 2018 at 8:08 pm Reply
  • Paula Holloway

    Thanks for being transparent and open. If more women (especially those in the media) openly shared their “numbers”, I believe it would go a long way in educating girls to see themselves in a more forgiving light. . And not compare themselves to the size/weight they THINK someone is in a photo.

    February 4, 2018 at 8:34 pm Reply
  • Olga Sarmiento

    Love that post. And pictures look just amazing!

    February 4, 2018 at 8:37 pm Reply
  • Logan

    Love this post! You’re confidence is something I truly admire and I’m so happy to be following your blog. It is so inspiring!

    February 5, 2018 at 8:25 am Reply
  • Sam

    This might be my favorite post of yours…not because you shared your measurements, but because of the way you shared them. Thank you for being proud of who you are, inside and out, and showing the rest of us how to truly love the skin we’re in!


    February 5, 2018 at 9:12 am Reply
  • Barbi Brooks

    So very good my friend! I love it!!♥️

    February 5, 2018 at 1:01 pm Reply
  • Maria

    Thank you for being vulnerable and transparent! This gives women everywhere the courage to love themselves. Thank you for being a positive role model for girls.

    February 5, 2018 at 4:02 pm Reply
  • Lacey

    On days when I get so down on myself and start letting the “f” word creep into my mind this ish puts it in perspective! Thank you sarah!

    February 5, 2018 at 5:02 pm Reply
  • Nikki

    You girl are a true inspiration!
    You are taking self-love to a whole new level and this is the message that young girls today need!
    Keep doing what you do!


    February 5, 2018 at 9:56 pm Reply
  • Amara Kaimrajh


    Your body positivity posts are truly inspiring. I love how raw and honest and open you are and how you embrace the person that you are. Robbie is such a wonderful support system and you both are truly couple goals. Ever since I started following your blog through Instagram, I’ve gained confidence in what I wear and how I wear it. I admire the image your represent.

    Thank you for being you.

    February 7, 2018 at 5:18 am Reply
  • Anca Fratila

    You look amazing! Thank you for this post!

    I have been fighting with my weight forever. I have lost about 30 kilograms in 2014. But I have never appreciated me, even when I was at a normal weight. I have always considered myself fat.
    Now, I have gained the weight back and I am fighting with that, but the most important is that, at this moment I know what I value and who I am.

    I love your blog and your thoughts!
    Best regards,

    February 7, 2018 at 7:19 am Reply
  • tzunder

    Le sue azioni inoltre non sono direzionate da nessuno, se non dalla sua fervida immaginazione letteraria, e il suo breve ruolo di messaggera per Robbie e Cecilia prende una certa piega seguendo sue decisioni e idee, senza influenze esterne. Anzi, sarà la stessa Briony a innestare idee, in Lola in particolare, convincendola che Robbie è un molestatore e che è stato lui a violentarla.

    February 14, 2018 at 12:17 am Reply
  • Meredith Morgan

    This post really inspires me! Confidence is something I am currently working on as a size 14 woman. I want to teach my daughter to be a confident woman as well. Thank you for sharing this. You are such an inspiration.

    March 28, 2018 at 11:33 am Reply
  • Molly moon

    You’re beautiful but stop saying you’re a size 10/12. Your measurements would put you solidly in the 14/16 range. And there’s nothing wrong with that, just own it.

    December 20, 2018 at 1:32 pm Reply
  • Vee

    I can get where people come from – some cases are legitimately unhealthily overweight and it’s not something that should be promoted when it reaches that level. That said, you’re… At a perfectly fine size. People need to remember that there are things such as body types

    Came here after seeing a comment section on Yahoo tearing into you so I wanted to actually dig in since you definitely do not look obese

    February 26, 2019 at 4:32 pm Reply

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