The punk singer/songwriter is iconic for her “wild” style. Her eyes transform into their own piece of art. Two unique geometric shapes or clean angles. Yet, she aims for comfort. Caught saying “I won’t wear heels and I don’t really wear pants-why wear pants when you could be wearing a muu muu?,” in an interview with Jezebel.com.
Beth has defined her own performance style.
When I see a photo of Mizz Ditto, I can feel her emotions -almost as clearly as my own. My skin shivers as I catch the smooth material flowing over my arms. I dream up the freedom that comes with caressing the stage in flats she designed herself. The heat of the spotlights compete with the sultry song pulsing through her body. Within 3 minutes of her dancing stage style, it is evident that she puts passion into everything she attempts. Creating her own serene musical environment. As well as in her laid back sense of fashion.
“ And I wanted to do a lot of things you’re always told not to wear if you’re big.” Says Beth Ditto in a very personal interview with The London Times. Not only does Beth pull off free flowing tops, and dresses. Ignoring any figure flattering suggestions that larger women are usually trying to abide. She defies all societal “rules” that are placed on plus-size women. If you type “Beth Ditto” into a search engine, you’re going to see her in the raw. She is not afraid to bare her body to the world, to journalists, to her own esteem. It is no phenomenon that Beth has created a successful career even as a plus-size lady in a skinny world of entertainment. If anything her size and blunt confidence have given her an advantage.