While Sophie and Abigail Hall have the same parents, similar facial features and DNA, the sisters did not grow up sharing clothes. But they both were and are equally beautiful, which was recently proven in a series of posts shared by Sophie, a stunning blonde Instagram star with curves to kill. To be honest having a sister that’s always been much slimmer than myself, along with a mother that always questioned “should you eat that Soph?” Then with nearly every girl being super slim in the magazines etc, It really did make me question my beauty and even my worth at times. ...
Believe it or not, a swimsuit shot can do a lot. Which is why plus size model and influencer Alexa Phelece posted a split-screen photo on Instagram of herself and another model wearing the strappy one-piece. “So here we have two girls in the same swimsuit.
From fashion-forward printed bikinis to super-flirty one piece swimwear, here are 20 knockout plus-size swimsuits to help you have your bombshell beach moment.
Aliss Bonython often posts about her struggle to accept her body on her Instagram channel. With swimsuit season shortly approaching, Aliss Bonython is already feeling the pain of shopping as a plus size woman. The popular vlogger, who uses her platform to promote body positivity and embracing all shapes and sizes, recently posted a mirror selfie to Instagram to show the challenges curvy women face when trying to find well-fitting bikinis.
When Ashley Graham first graced the pages of Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue in 2015, she was modelling plus size swimwear for an advertisement (the first plus-size ad to ever run in the issue) —who knew that she’d land the sought-after cover a year later? Graham has essentially paved the way for other plus-size models to flaunt their curves in the world-renowned magazine. This year, curvy model Denise Bidot will proudly show her stretch marks in a groundbreaking, unretouched Lane Bryant swimsuit ad to be featured in the 2017 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue.
Supermodel Iskra Lawrence wants you to know that you are beautiful, and so are your fat rolls. The only reason we believe that they aren’t, said the supermodel, is because we don’t see them in the media unless someone’s being ridiculed over their weight.