I am of the belief that being true to yourself always wins and Sydney Sparkles has certainly found her niche as a pinup model. Katana Fatale Instagram: Modeled for: Chubby Cartwheels, Skorch Magazine, and Volup2. With a look that reads very Barbie meets Grease, Sydney can currently be found on the homepage of industry-leader. There's no denying that between her aqua green hair and piercing eyes, she's a stunner. Olivia Campbell Instagram: Modeled for: Monif C.
Confidence and self love radiate from each and every flawless picture she posts. . She's a strong advocate for body positivity and empowerment. The line between plus-size model and plus-size blogger is so blurred that I see bloggers like constantly clarifying that she defines herself as a blogger and not a model. I first saw Katana Fatale when she became a model for one of my favorite fellow indie brands,. While Sabrina's modeling opportunities continue to stack up, she's probably best known for her role as the voice of reason on the.
And though style blogger does identify as a model, she still still identifies as a blogger which is how she started. Rayna Salcido Alvarez Instagram: Modeled for: Skorch Magazine and Pinup Girl Clothing. She completely and eventually the world began to see her as the star that we always knew. Instagram: Modeled for: Manik Mag, Amitabon Boutique and Plus Model Magazine.
It is a shock to me that with that roster, she is still unsigned. Check out the video below, and be sure to subscribe to for more self love inspo! There's no doubt that Jezra M. When Tess Holliday signed to Milk Management back in January, I first saw it covered here at Bustle before it quickly spread to news outlets across the globe. Sabrina Servance doesn't blur the line between model and blogger so much as model and reality television star.
Megan Kimberling is definitely a model who creates her own opportunities. Though she doesn't have a long list of publications or clients like some others on this list, her Instagram is full of impressive professional photos that she orchestrated including a babely series of tasteful nudes. Blurring the line between model, blogger and advocate, Essie promotes body positivity with the hashtag GoldenConfidence. No one is going to take a chance on you that you wouldn't take on yourself! Isabel Hendrix is a self-identified weirdo babe who has found her niche among more alternative-leaning plus-size brands. But my answer to that question is always the same: You create your own opportunities.
This is why I wanted to create this list of unsigned plus-size models, because they have all created amazing portfolios of work without an agency behind them. But this blurred line makes sense to me. The path to becoming a when you are above a size 12-14 is one that involves organizing your own shoots with photographers, running a blog to gain exposure, and connecting with indie brands who will likely be your first clients. Essie Golden Instagram: Modeled for: Ekineyo, Rue107, Feminine Funk, PopUpPlus, Monif C. Peach doesn't just have curves straight out a Nicki Minaj song but she also has the voice of an angel. There's no doubt that Essie Golden knows how to hustle — just look at the long list of popular plus-size brands under her belt.
Donned with what feels like a different rainbow hair color nearly weekly, she is breathtaking in every shade. Isabel Hendrix Instagram: Modeled for: Tunnel Vision, Alexandrea Anissa, and Skorch Magazine. I get almost daily questions about how to become a model, which is still odd to me because I consider myself a designer first and foremost. But to most within the community, Holliday's signing was inevitable. And Sabrina hasn't wasted any time since the show wrapped; she has already been featured on two magazine covers in 2015: and.
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