Head to your timeline, because people with disabilities are flaunting their personal style on Twitter, and it is fabulous. #ThisIsMyDisabledStyle features everything from color-coordinated canes to itty-bitty babies to bright and bold made-up faces.
It began with a tweet from Mexican diversity, disability, and inclusion advocate and activist Maryangel Garca-Ramos.
So, I just saw an amazing photo of @Imani_Barbarin in such an amazing silver dress and that inspired me to want to see some cool AF disabled style for realz. #ThisisMyDisabledStyle. (Animal print, why not) Now show me yours!! pic.twitter.com/lmzp1Z5fSO
— MaryangelGarciaRamos (@maryangel_) April 8, 2019
I was looking at pictures of friends who happen to have disabilities, and thought I wanted to see more, Garca-Ramos told the Daily Dot over email. I wanted to see how everyone expresses themselves. Originally, I am a fashion designer, and I believe your personal style is an extension of your identity and part of the precise moment in the life journey you are on. And it evolves. Everyone has a style and it was the perfect opportunity to use Twitter to share our own stories.
Her tweet quickly went viral, with many sharing photos that are bold, beautiful, and heartwarming.
My daughter's naming ceremony pic.twitter.com/a1qJ8fPd3W
— mostly void, partially more void
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