Brooklyn-based lingerie model Tabria Majors has fighting words for Victoria’s Secret, but all she really needed were three Instagram photos to prove her point. To draw attention to the strict beauty standards of the company’s advertising campaigns, she posed in some of her favorite pieces. of the season, and it looked absolutely fantastic. If this doesn’t prove that curvy girls can sell as much lingerie as a size 2, as opposed to the “angels” who seem determined to wear it exclusively, we don’t know what (skinny girls, we love you too; we “Maybe I’ll be a Victoria’s Secret Angel this
Halloween this year since it doesn’t happen in real life,” the plus-size model captioned the series of photos, which have now exceeded 27,000 viral counts. likes. ) This is just the latest accolade for a curvy model in the lingerie empire; on multiple occasions, runway star, fashion model, and body positivity spokeswoman Ashley Graham has spoken openly about being shunned by the brand, and even ran a campaign with Lane Bryant that said it all with a simple hashtag: # ImNoAngel. Maybe it’s about time these guys got the memo? We’ll let you scroll down and decide for yourself.
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It’s Tabria Majors, a Brooklyn-based model who just scouted Victoria’s Secret for her lack of diversity.
The model has already posed for other lingerie brands
She recreated (and slayed) a few recent campaigns to prove that curvy girls can sell just as many undies.
“Maybe I’ll be a Victoria’s Secret Angel this year for Halloween, because that doesn’t happen in real life.”
She’s just the latest plus-size model to target Pink’s producers, joining the ranks of Ashley Graham
Of course, the positive feedback section exploded!