Wednesday, 30 July 2014

Plus Sized Modelling Guide

Plus Sized Modelling Guide

There's always some form of controversy within the modelling industry. A normal-size model will sometimes be accused of being too skinny while a plus-size model is implicated of either being "not plus-size enough" or just being fat. It seems that no matter what side of the coin you fall on there's no winning in modelling. However, if you have the confidence to pull it off and the determination to not give up, the sky is the limit. 

The definition of a "plus-size" model seems to come down to one key factor. the preference interpretation on the designer your working with. The average "plus-size" model wears a size 12 to 14, but appears thinner than that size due to her height. So it all comes down to personal preference once again.

No matter what size you are and how you look or what area you want to work in within the industry there is always space for you!

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