It’s only Monday but I am declaring this the best thing I’ve seen all week. Swimsuits For All is known for providing stylish yet flattering suits for curvy girls, but their latest editorial recreating one of Sports Illustrated’s iconic covers is one that’s much-needed, welcomed by a community of body positive thought changers, and just might be chip away at the stigma that covers the plus size industry.
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Hands down, I am here for this movement. Although I haven’t mustered up enough courage to wear a fatkini myself, my heart does a little happy dance every time one of these types of pictures hit my Instagram timeline.
The new campaign, affectionately dubbed Sexy at Every Curve, will include a limited run of a digital calendar that will showcase a variety of body types.
“I love that we were all different shapes and sizes and each are uniquely beautiful in our bodies,” plus size blogger Gabi Gregg explained to Refinery29. “I posed next to Robyn Lawley, a supermodel, and still felt happy and beautiful.”
Check out the editorial below:
If you are inspired (and I know you are) you can go Facebook for a chance to show off your curves in an on-location photoshoot in a dream destination.
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