Swimsuits for All is promoting body diversity – check out their latest campaign that features 3 professional models of different sizes: Jada Sezer, Robyn Lawley and Shareefa J and blogger Gabi Fresh, all rocking a wide range of beachwear from the brand’s latest collection.
Check out the video and more shots after the jump!
On how she dresses for according to her body shape and weight:
“I love when your clothes can help you project that you’re witty – you know, when your outfit does some of the work for you. When I’m at my thinnest, I tend to wear things that don’t show off my body. But when I’m bigger, I’ll go body-con, which comes from a place of ‘This is my perimeter, in case you were wondering if I was actually much bigger. It’s really temping to not take changes. But I don’t want to be fearful. I don’t want my tombstone to stay ‘She hid her imperfections well on the red carpet.'”
… says Mindy in Vogue.
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On age and shape appropriate fashion:
“People should dress the way they want. Any rules for age or shape are silly. If you walk out the door feeling good about yourself, that’s what counts.”
… says 48 year-old Sarah Jessica.
Step Back in Time: the actress in 2002:
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On her body shape:
“I’ve thought for a long time that my body type would have worked well in the 70s. The idea that you could be a broad-shouldered, small-breasted woman and still wear really great outfits.”
… says Olivia in Allure Magazine.
More recent shots next!
On her personal style and body shape:
“I used to dress like [bluesman] John Lee Hooker, with wide-collared polyester shirts and corduroy suits. Boys were my role models back then.” Now, she’s a red carpet fixture. “I have the torso of a tall woman and the lower body of a short woman. Who knows what evolutionary purpose I’ve been made for? People always told me I had nice eyes, so I accentuated that.”
… says Olivia in InStyle Magazine.
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