31 curvy women you need to follow on Instagram

We spend more time than we would like to admit scrolling through our Instagram, so why not make that time more enjoyable by staring at beautiful, inspiring women (in-between Spongebob memes of course).

The Curve section of Cosmopolitan UK is your go to point for all things plus-size fashion related and as well as the best new drops from ASOS Curve, ETI would like to share the stories of your favorite plus models.

For example, TS Madison hosts the extremely popular Queens Supreme Court on her facebook/youtube page where she averages over 350,000 views for all of her videos. She is one of the most entertaining female hosts as she entertains her fans worldwide and captivates her audience with her style befitting of a plus size model! Click on her picture to go to her page!

Here’s our list of the ones you need to follow on Instagram, to make your feed a happier place.

1. Jada Sezer

Jada is an inspiration to anyone with GG boobs who thought they couldn’t run. In 2018 she ran the London marathon in nothing but her underwear to prove that fitness comes in all shapes and sizes.

2. Simone Charles

Simone has been named as one of LIKEtoKNOW.it‘s ‘body positive influencers to watch out for’, and we’re so on-board with her passion for diversity and female empowerment.

3. Stephanie Yeboah

Known to most as @nerdabouttown, Stephanie’s colorful Instagram feed and honest captions were enough to earn her a spot on LIKEtoKNOW.it‘s list – and ours.

4. Sonny Turner

One of the reasons we love Sonny is her outspokenness, both for the struggles of bikini shopping when you have big boobs, and her decision to ditch Instagram edits.

5. Saffi Karina

I mean, do we need to even accompany this picture with a caption? Saffi is not only an advocate for seeing different body shapes on the catwalk, but also ethnicities.

6. Naomi Shimada

Naomi is the definition of cool girl. An ASOS Curve regular, we can guarantee you will want to become her BFF after a quick scroll through her grid.

7. Candice Huffine

Positivity and workout motivation go hand in hand on Candice’s account. Inspiring girls everywhere to start running one Instagram post at a time.

8. Ashley Graham

You didn’t think we were going to do this list and not include Ashley did you?

9. Hayley Hasselhoff

When your Dad is David Hasselhoff, you’re destined for greatness. As well as being a hugely successful curve model, Hayley has released for own range with fashion brand Elvi.

10. Riley Ticotin

We love Riley for her beautiful images, as well as her real and hilarious captions.

11. Diana Veras

A passionate feminist and total boss lady, Diana isn’t here for your stereotypical model preconceptions.

12. Marquita Pring

Marquita is a total babe who will make you want to throw on a bikini almost immediately.

13. Tash Ncube

If the thought of getting in swimwear fills you with dread, unfollow those accounts that make you feel bad about your body and follow Tash immediately.

14. Julie Henderson

If you’re in need of some workout inspiration, Julie will push you to go out and work up a sweat.

15. Iskra Lawrence

Iskra is one of the most famous curve models out there and we love her for constantly keeping it real with her Instagram posts.

16. Brielle Anyea Cunningham

If you are struggling with confidence, Brielle’s posts about self love are just what you need to hear… Plus have you ever seen someone look more hot in a bikini?

17. Bella Golden

Bella’s body affirmations are just what we need in our life and the story of how she found modeling after working at Disney Land will warm your cold, black heart.

18. Bree Kish

What with a Forever 21 campaign under her belt already, Bree is set to be the next big thing.

19. Tara Lynn

Tara is encouraging women all over the world to love their body and who doesn’t want more of that in their life?

20. Bree Warren

If you’re an ASOS Curve shopper, you will immediately recognize Bree. Plus she’s from Australia so expect all of the beach shots.

21. Tess Holliday

Tess always leaves us reaching for the clapping hand emoji, especially when she’s talking about the fashion industry ignoring plus-size women.

22. Leslie Sidora

Pretty sure the fire emoji was designed for Leslie and her work modeling PrettyLittleThing’s plus range.

23. Paloma Elsesser

Paloma got her first Vogue cover in 2018, when she appeared on the cover of Vogue Arabia with Ashley Graham.

24. Lauren Nicole

Blogger and model Lauren battled body dysmorphia before finding her love of modeling.

25. Natalia Lorenzo

Twitter went wild for Natalia when ASOS showed her posing in this red dress complete with the back rolls we all know and love.

26. Hunter McGrady

What does Hunter do when she’s not writhing around in the sand looking mighty fine? She designs her own swimwear line, that’s what.

27. Olivia Campbell

If you do one thing today, it should be to read this interview with Olivia and her thoughts on the commercialism of the body positivity movement.

28. Vivian Eyo-Ephraim

You’re probably more used to seeing Vivian in your ASOS shopping cart in a bright yellow bikini looking fine as hell.

29. Joann van den Herik

There is way more to Joann than being the cousin of Gigi and Bella Hadid. Read how she learnt to love her body and why she doesn’t want to be labelled ‘plus-size’.

30. Felicity Hayward

If you’ve watched Love Island this summer (don’t lie, I know you did), you’ll have spotted Felicity in the Misguided adverts encouraging you to embrace your curves.

31. Louise O’Reilly

Louise is a model, presenter and blogger, aka a triple threat who gives genuinely helpful styling advise on her page.

Follow Laura on Instagram.

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