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Elle India’s Flawless Photoshoot With 6 Curvy And Confident Women

Anokhi Buzz Anokhi DIY Entertainment & Gossip Feb 12, 2016

These babes don't give a damn about society's beauty standards.

Elle India's February issue features six plus-sized women who are redefining beauty norms. Stereotypes are breaking, and these women are big, beautiful, confident and full of personality! This shoot gives you a sense of their style since it features their personal style choices.

Meet the six women who slayed in Elle India's February issue.

1. Gia Kashyap

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Gia is a fashion and lifestyle blogger. She told Elle India, “I recently posted a picture of a pizza and a girl commented, ‘You should go to the gym’. Now I’m immune to such comments. It doesn’t make me feel ugly, in fact it’s pushed me to a stage where I appreciate myself more.”

2. Tinka Bhatia

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This hospitality consultant commented, “I don’t restrict myself to trends either. I love wearing short stuff because I like how my legs look or a low-neck to highlight my décolletage.”

3. Srishti Kumar

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This stylist and fashion consultant had this to say about her personal style in the latest issue: “I don’t dress for shock value, but I enjoy dressing in clothes that aren’t conventionally meant for my body type. I love my body and I won’t change it to fit what’s available in stores.”

4. Zahra Khan

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Digital entrepreneur Zahra asks, "Aren’t we defined by what we do? You won’t define a business magnate like Mukesh Ambani as short and fat. I don’t see curvy men having a movement.”

5. Shikha Talsania

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Actress Shikha shared in her interview how she came to love her body. She recalled, "When I started acting, my vanity blossomed and I understood my body better. I am what I am and I’m fine with it.”

6. Kritika Gill

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This makeup artist let readers know what her favorite asset is. “My mom used to buy me clothes that covered my butt, but I never understood why I had to hide it. I like the way it looks — it’s well rounded,” she explains.

What do you think about Elle India's latest issue? Let us know in the comments down below.
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Rana Dakakni

Rana Dakakni


Rana is a Journalism graduate from London, Ontario. She is proudly Palestinian but has always had a ever-growing  fascination with South Asian culture and her vast knowledge of Bollywood surprises many.  She is an eyebrow master and lipstick connoisseur, shameless owner of 200 mauve l...


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