Each of these ladies is curvy, voluptuous, and wears a size 12 or larger, and each one is guaranteed to get your heart racing just as much (or more!) as their slim model counterparts.
Tara Lynn is a plus-sized model who is best known for gracing the cover of the French Elle magazine. The article (and Lynn’s gorgeous photos, like the onepictured above) was about the changing trends of fashion to accommodate more “real-sized” women, and it caused quite a stir in the fashion world. Lynn is a UK size 18, which is about a 14/16 on U.S. sizing charts. (Source | Photo)
Barbara Brickner has maintained a plus-size modeling career for over 10 years. She has modeled for many plus-size designers; most notably for Italian company Elena Miro, appearing solo in their 2000 calendar. In 2000, Brickner launched a line of plus-size maternity clothing named BB Maternity, sold through U.S. department stores. (ViaPhoto)
Silvia Rho is a Korean-American who is 5’10” and wears a size 16. She has done a lot of catalog work and has recently been signed by a modeling agency, so we’re sure to see a lot more of her in the future! (Source | Photo)
One of the first of the plus size supermodels, Kate Dillon was also named one of People Magazine’s 50 Most Beautiful People in the year 2000. Dillon became anorexic as a teenager due to childhood teasing about her weight, then went on to become a fashion model. However, Dillon eventually transitioned to plus-sized modeling after consulting a nutritionist and putting on a healthy amount of weight for her 5’11” frame. (Source | Photo)
Brazilian plus-sized model Fluvia Lucerda was working as a nanny in New York City, when a magazine editor approached and told her to consider becoming a plus-sized model. Lucerda is now an international model, considered by many in the modeling industry to be the “plus-sized Gisele Bundchen.” (Source | Photo)
We found so many beautiful plus-sized women while writing this article, but we know this list is just scratching the surface! Feel free to contribute your own favorites using the “Contribute” link!