Could it be that Vogue is realizing that, surprise, the average woman isn't a size 2 with an A cup? The fashion magazine's website is currently featuring a shoot with Candice Huffine, Ashley Graham, Marquita Pring, and Tara Lynn modeling gorgeous bras that come in sizes D, F, and higher. As a girl who's, ahem, well-endowed, this is exactly what I want to see on their website.
The best part? In their coverage (pun intended,) Vogue.com doesn't mention the term "plus size" once. The piece is about beautiful lingerie that isn't exclusive to the thinnest of women, not an afterthought about bras that bigger girls can wear. Sexy underthings come in so many sizes, and I applaud them for pointing out pieces that are available to girls of all body types.
Finding that perfect bra is such a battle — I feel like Goldilocks, except I don't try on just one that's too big and just one that's too small before I find the one that's justtt right. Um, try 15 to 20. Huffine says, “You have an epiphany moment when you’re in the right bra. You’re like, ‘I can’t believe I left the house wearing all of these wrong ones before.’” Truer words have never been spoken. Props, Vogue, for featuring lingerie that I actually have a shot at wearing without falling victim to a nip slip, and doing it in some seriously gorgeous photos.
Images: @VogueMagazine, @TheAshleyGraham/Instagram; @Fashionolizer/Twitter