Thin privilege is almost all fashion trends being catered to your body type, and being almost guaranteed that society will see all of these trends as ‘flattering’ on your body type, even if you yourself don’t. Baggy clothes, skinny jeans, boxy sweaters, muscle vests, bodycon, dip hem shirts, high-waisted things and anything and everything else are seen as acceptable and fashionable on thin women, but fat women should know better than to wear these on-trend items because they’re not ‘flattering’ on fat (or even just bigger than very skinny) bodies.
Over the past few years, more and more trends seem to be designed specifically with only very thin bodies in mind, making it increasingly difficult for larger women to be ‘acceptably’ stylish.
In the same vein, thin privilege is being able to look scruffy and unstylish - sweatpants, messy hair, minimal make-up, Uggs, big sweaters, leggings and other comfortable things - and for it to still be seen as acceptable and fashionable, while fat women who aren’t always dressed immaculately are automatically labeled lazy slobs who make no effort on their appearance.
Thin privilege is being allowed to be stylish - or to dress comfortably - without being insulted in some way or another.