here is the link of her spread in Elle
I applaud it! And it is the curves and more junk in the trunk,thicker thighs and large boobs that men really want!
"Love begins at home, and it is not how much we do... but how much love we put in that action Mother Teresa."
Yeah, I think she is hot! Men don’t want to lay on top of bones.... at least that’s what my man says.
Yep she is hot!!!!!, to me a women should have something her man can hold on to and trust me that’s a good thing, i don’t have a perfect body but i try to keep myself healthy as you its best for the health, i sure aint got 6 pack abs but i love my tummy that’s where my fat zone is, and trust me i will never get it that flat, every women have that special part of their body that they love, for example guys always staring at my breast, love my breast, they always ask is your breast real damn!!! of course,......well any ways i will go on and on, plus size women are beautiful!!!
By the way, the average size for women is size 14. 41% of women are larger than size 14.
love it, she has a tummy like me!!
You mean I don’t have to work so hard to lose weight? I can just move to France and be an Elle Model??
No, you can stay here with the normal women! lol
I love it
I wear a very small size and yet I sometimes prefer to not wear certain clothes when I think I do not look “ideal“. I LOVE to see women who are so comfortable with who they are and how they look! I also like the fact that a magazine has finally realized that most women do not look like their skinny models and therefore cannot relate to them!I live at the beach and I applaud the confidence that I see everyday from women of all shapes and sizes!
It’s definitely abut time.
Beautiful comes in all shapes and sizes.
Besides size 16 isn’t fat, it’s pleasantly, proportionally plump.
I love it! Woman come in all shapes and sizes as Yana has stated and its time to shower that love to all!!
I think she is beautiful! And I agree with everyone’s comments. As long as we are healthy. And I don’t mean being perfect...no one is. Not even those super skinny, airbrushed models. And who can live on celery sticks or being on a diet for life and never enjoying life? I know I can’t. What matters is that we are healthy as well. Personally, I was too heavy for my short frame and unfortunately, my weight did not help my health issues. It was just making them worse. I believe taking care of our health (prevention) is super important. This model is tall and in my opinion perfect for her height.
healthy is important..........
It’s about time! She is absolutely gorgeous! They should show different types of women of all ages in all sizes.
I think it’s great - she’s lovely. What I’m totally confused about is this concept of a ‘Size 16‘. When I mas young (in UK) I was a size 14. Not small but not huge. My daughter - although a much smaller bone structure than me had at one point the same body measurements as I had had in my far off youth but was size 10!
Size 0 DID NOT EXIST. Even skeletons - literal skeletons - were larger than size 0. I know US sizes are larger than UK sizes but there has been a massive downsize shift - making us think we are smaller than we are?
The Elle model may be a size 16 but by whose measuerment system? When I wore size 16 I was samller than her. Sadly I’m now larger but I’m not telling you what size label my clothes have now!
She is beautiful! And realistic. I get so tired of seeing models who weigh less than their jewelry.
I prefer to see real women as models since it’s my dollars purchasing what they model. Just like the Lane Bryants lingerie commercial.... I personally can relate better to jiggle then sticks n bones!
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It’s about time!
love it... and that remark about weighing less than jewelry is funnnnny
She is gorgeous and I’m so happy to see a plus-size model finally gracing a magazine...it is about time! Don’t know why society has put in the minds of people that in order to be beautiful you have to be a size 2. Beauty comes in all shapes, sizes and ethnicities. Kudos to Elle!
Well it was Elle France or French Elle, not American Elle. I still think we have a lot of work to do before everyone gets the idea that it’s okay to be regular rather than bone skinny!