Curvy Model Challenges Victoria’s Secret Model Standards By Recreating Their Catalog

I’m sure all of us are familiar with Victoria’s Secret. It is one of the most popular lingerie, clothing, and beauty retailers in America that is well known for its branding and high visibility marketing. Their catalog is really famous. Also, every year, they hold a fashion show featuring supermodels who are dubbed angels. Needless to say, some of us love to watch these stunning angels slaying the runway and some of us dream of looking like them. However, these models are of standard sizes. But that doesn’t mean we cannot challenge these stereotypes.

Tabria Majors, a model, shared her favorite looks from Victoria’s Secret looks. Her posts are not only breathtaking but also empowering. They are the proof that these outfits, which are generally made to fit straight-size models, can be rocked by curvy girls as well. The striking pics also suggest that it’s time for Victoria’s Secret to diversify the shapes and sizes of their models instead of always sticking to the ultimate stereotype set.

Tabria looks absolutely gorgeous in the pics below. She perfectly pulled off a variety of dresses and lingerie pieces from Victoria’s secret. They even took the internet by storm. Many people loved and complimented her looks, sharing their thoughts on how the modeling industry should be more inclusive of body shapes and sizes. So, if you loved this story, check out the pics below and share your thoughts with us in the comments. Also, don’t forget to follow Tabria on her Instagram and Twitter.

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