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Paul-H
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Having to be careful what I say her, being a bloke but is 18 really a plus size anymore, if you look on any high street up and down the country, size 18 looks to be more average than plus. so the question should be is it wrong to use an average size model. So if you are selling clothes to the average size customer whats wrong with showing them on an average size model, how else are you supposed to gauge what its going to look like on you.

For me the bigger question (no Pun Intended) is if fashion designers are saying my rags only look good on stick thin models why do anyone not stick thin buy their rags, the designers are say you won’t look good in this so why buy it in the first place.

Either that or all models should be long legged brunets around the old traditional English size 8 to 10 and a size 34b bust, but that’s the bloke talking :whistle:

Paul

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