As/Is·Posted on Jun 23, 201520 Women On What They Want To Change About Fashion"Fashion is for every body."by Nora WhelanBuzzFeed Staff BuzzFeed Life visited the inaugural CurvyCon this past weekend, where we asked 20 of the stylish, brilliant, thoughtful, sassy women we met to tell us what they'd change about the fashion industry if they could. Here's what they had to say. 1. Elle Peters of Eat Style Play BuzzFeed "I want the same exact designs as 'straight sizes.'" 2. Sarah Conley of Style It BuzzFeed "I deserve just as much simple human respect as my straight size friends." 3. Darlene Lebron Lopez of Suits, Heels & Curves BuzzFeed "I would love to see more options for suiting and career wear." 4. Valerie Eguavoen of Fashion on a Curve BuzzFeed "I'm tired of altering my own clothes because the plus size fashion industry refuses to be DARING. I want to see sexy, sexy, sexy." 5. Pepper Martin of Pretty Plus Pep BuzzFeed "I would love more thick thigh-friendly pants. Thick thighs save lives!" 6. Jenna Rusnak BuzzFeed "Size diversity! In all brands." 7. Chichi of Supple Chic BuzzFeed "I want the fashion industry to be more inclusive." 8. Margaret Hudson of Inspired Wit BuzzFeed "I want fashion to be fun!" 9. Georgette Niles of Grown and Curvy Woman BuzzFeed "More color and body diversity! All women are beautiful!!!" 10. Sandra Negron of La Pecosa Preciosa BuzzFeed "Include more fashion bloggers of color!!" 11. Dana Martinez of WhosThatGirl524 BuzzFeed "We need sexier clothes." 12. Hannah Barrett BuzzFeed "Accept ALL shapes!!" 13. Tricia Campbell BuzzFeed "More unique fashion; we do not want to be separated! We also love fashion. As a plus model, I love my body and I want fashion that will allow me to show it off!" 14. Amanda Williams of Bella Moxie BuzzFeed "Women on the coasts are not the only ones who love fashion." 15. Arianna Varas BuzzFeed "I would love for the number on an article of clothing to no longer determine how society views the look, health, and beauty of a woman or man. We are all BEAUTIFUL, no matter what!" 16. Koneisha Johnson of KweenPlusNatural BuzzFeed "Lose the beauty standards!!!" 17. Chauncéa Carothers BuzzFeed "I would love for every individual to feel empowered by what they wear, for clothes to unite us, not divide us, and for fashion to be universally embraced no matter what your class, race, and gender is! Fashion = Love." 18. Amanda Allison of Fashion, Love & Martinis BuzzFeed "#FATGIRLSCANWEARSTRIPES." 19. Sarah Anderson BuzzFeed "Plus models should mirror plus women." 20. Alexa Jenkins BuzzFeed "Fashion is for every body!"