Alessandra Garcia-Lorido for Swimsuits for All
It’s summertime and you know what that means??? THAT’S RIGHT, LADIES BATHING SUIT SEASON! So shed off those winter coats, get your curvy butt in a bathing suit, and make ‘em SWOOOON! End body shaming once and for all!
US Size 14, 173 lbs.
HIPS: 40 INCHES
BUST: 37 INCHES
Sara Hope. 5’9 and a half, 160 pounds. I’ve been recovering from anorexia and extensive laxative abuse for the past year.
36-28-38, 5’5, 134 lbs
I’ve always disliked my body, feeling too “chunky” to be labeled as thin and not hippy enough to be curvy. I’m also small-framed. I don’t know what to call myself!! I have always compared myself to my very skinny friends, wishing that my tummy could be as flat as theirs, my waist as teeny-tiny. I’m starting to accept myself the way I am, and am realizing more and more that my natural figure is not so bad! I actually had a man recently say my tummy was sexy! So this is for you ladies who are self conscious about the pouch. Don’t be! It’s sexy! :-)
Hello! This is my 2nd submission :) I am almost 41 years old, and have never liked my curvy body, but I keep trying to! 37-29-39, weight 140ish, size 8-10, 5”5
This picture was taken on 09.05.13 in Lanzarote whilst me & my girlfriend were holidaying. She’s incredibly slim and I was so paranoid that I would look like the “fat one”. But looking back now, I don’t see a problem. I’m 5’9, 180lbs and a UK size 14. I may not have a figure worth photographing but in my eyes, I have a figure worth loving.
Pin up model Elly Mayday
this is the first bikini that I have purchased in about 8 years, and I feel like a pin up model in it <3
37-33-47 (my bum is huge! and gorgeous!)
size 12 US
New bikini, just finished a biopsych exam, loving my body today!
5’4”, 20 years old
Uk 12/14. Around 168lbs.
Bra size 34 F
31 inch waist, 43 inch hips
Hello Sunshine! Embrace yourself !!! I want to share with the world how far I’ve come and how happy I am that I actually feel proud of the body that I have. It’s not perfect and it’s not the average eye catcher, but it’s mine.
I look at the picture and my eyes catch on things that I think could improve and how I want it to look in the end, but I won’t let my sight get so focused on my goal that I forget to appreciate what I’ve done now!
This is me, and I am happy