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Plus-Size Modeling Agencies

1. Ford 12+ Division
Besides being home to one of the best-known model searches on the planet, Ford has a formidable number of plus-size models in the ranks. Another plus? Offices are located in a wide variety of cities, and not just in the U.S. You can find Ford + Divisions in New York, Chicago, and Los Angeles.

2. Close Models (UK)
Close Models boasts impressive plus-size models in its ranks, including Charlotte Coyle, who began as a plus-size model for Torrid covers and is now represented by several international agencies.

3. Wilhelmina ten20 Division
Wilhelmina represents a good number of high-powered (and gorgeous) plus-size models in the country, and has its own ten20 division located in L.A.

4. Dorothy Combs Models
This Miami modeling agency represents models sized 10+ and represents some "true" plus-size models of larger proportions, like model Yanderis Lodos.

5. Goddess Models
This agency has a fabulously large portfolio of plus-size models, which is promising in itself. With offices in New York, they cover commercial print, fit, fashion print, commercials, and showroom for sizes 10 and up.

6. Irene Marie
You'll find Irenie Marie in Miami, and while the portfolios are password-protected, you'll be impressed by their selection of models to manage, who include gorgeous Anne Loukachenets and Rachel Wakulchyk.

7. 12 Plus UK
12 Plus UK has a rather slick site with access to all their top plus-sizes models' links. Their "Be a Model" link is encouraging and explains exactly what you'll need to submit for consideration.

8. Agence Plus (Paris)
This agency in Paris instantly makes we plus-size women feel and look as sexy as we really are. Two models of note who are represented by Agence are Charlotte Coyle and Anabelle Urslet, both of whom are not only dazzling, but becoming more and more successful in the plus-size fashion scene.

9. Model Team (Hamburg, Germany)

Model Team has secured an impressive roster of plus-size models, including Charlotte Coyle (yes, again!). This agency's modern European design is rather enticing and glamorous, and it's certainly worth a look.

Source: Plus-Size Modeling Agencies
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Andrea Boschim Plus Size Model

 
 
 

Brazilian model Andrea Boschim is among the sexiest plus size models out there. Born in 1978, the Hispanic model started her career in plus size modeling in 2002 through a contest. She competed with 70 other competitors to win the contest. Boschim started doing fashion photo shoots at first. In later years, she appeared in various television contests and programs in Brazil. Boschim appeared on the pages of renowned magazine “Veja”, the very first plus size model to do so. She has also worked as a fashion consultant for various fashion shows on television as well as other fashion events.
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Plus Size Models Sports Illustrated Swimsuit See the Pics



Swimsuits For All has recreated the 2014 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue cover with plus-size models Robyn Lawley, Jada Sezer, Shareefa J, and fashion blogger Gabi Gregg. The photo—which was shot on the beautiful beaches in Turks and Caicos—will appear in the bikini brand's new swimsuit calendar, which promotes "confident, sexy women with varying body types" and aims to prove that "sexy curves go beyond a size four."

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Spring Fashion Trends for the Plus-Sized Woman


Many of you may still be freezing from the cold weather that is still outside. You may not even want to talk about spring right now, but believe it or not, it is only a short time away. This is the time to begin thinking about what you will wear in the spring; especially if you are full-figured woman. As with anything in the fashion world, nothing is ever new. Most trends are just reinvented, repeated or reprocessed from the past. It is time to get excited about the upcoming season and the current trends; some of which you may already have in your closet.

Many people are already in the planning stage when it comes to their wardrobe. Spring is the time when you will take off the layers of clothing you wore in the winter months to show off your body that has been concealed underneath for so long. So I encourage you to start shopping right away. You can incorporate some of these suggestions below to acquire your spring outfits.

1. The Crop top

Yes, that's what you heard. Crop Tops, honey! Many people think that crop tops are only for women with thin waists. Plus-sized women with a little thickness in their midsections are not exempt. You can rock the crop top as well and even surprise yourself. You better believe that and don't let anyone tell you differently. You just have to know how to wear it. You don't have to show your whole midriff, but you can reveal a little belly skin at the upper part of your waistline and be still relaxed and confident. How? You can wear a high-waist bottom such as a shorts, pair of pants or skirt. You seriously won't go wrong with this. If you don't feel comfortable this way, then you can add a tank top below the crop top and call it a day.

2. All White Colors

Yes, from your head to your toe in white. The all-white look is taking its correct place in the fashion world and designers like Vera Wang and Roberto Cavalli are adding this to their spring collection. In the recent past, we have seen an overload of bright neon and blocked colored styles; so much so that I think we have forgotten how nice and crisp we can look in a white ensemble. Don't think about what the fashion trend critiques think. You can look absolutely amazing in white too even if you are a plus-size.

3. Appealing Peplum

Directly from the 1980s comes the peplum look. It has been around for several months, but fits in nicely with the spring season. From peplum tops to peplum skirts, you can look fabulous. It brings out the chicness in you and for a plus-sized woman; it hides those curves that you don't want seen. You can wear the peplum dress in a solid color or in a colorful animal print. You have varied choices because this piece will always be appealing no matter what.

4. Floral, Ruffles and Stripes

Floral designs are always going to be associated with spring. It gives you a girly feeling and a feminine look. For the plus-size woman, you can wear floral in a pant suit or a blazer. Floral is a definite must-have for spring. Stripes are going to be the in-thing for the entire year of 2013. You can wear stripes in dresses, rompers, tops, skirts and blazers. They help to give the impression of a trimmer you and will give your body its balanced appearance. During the 1980s, it was somewhat fashionable to dress in blocks of color. Well, you can bet that it is back in the fashion rotation. Dressing in blocks of color will preclude anyone from concentrating on just one section of your body. However, your color block outfit should depend on the kind of weather you are dealing with.

Last, but not least, you should anticipate that plus size retailers will overwork ruffles this spring. I personally love ruffled tops and a playful ruffled hemmed dress, so I will be enthusiastic about stealing some new pieces at good prices. These are the trends to expect this spring 2013. With these, you will remain stylish and current.

Sharon Capehart, Empress of Empowerment, is an Author, Coach, Speaker and Entrepreneur. Sharon will help you build a solid foundation of confidence, cultivate a success-oriented mindset, and walk with you on your journey to a life filled with Passion, Excitement and Personal Power. For more information please visit http://www.positivelywomen.com.

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