Plus-size girls are still a ‘wow factor’: Confessions of a plus-size model

The plus-size movement is gaining popularity. It’s always been popular for those actually wearing the clothes, but brands and retailers are finally waking up to the reality that not all women’s figures are compatible with sample sizes.

The U.S. plus-size market is estimated to be worth $20.4 billion, and the average woman is thought to wear between a size 12 and a size 14. However, the use of plus-size models has only recently picked up pace in traditional and online advertising campaigns. Visit Glossy.co for the story.

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