Model Measurements – Height, Bust, Hips, And Waist sizes of Runway Models

What are the model measurements and height for runway models?

How Tall Are Runway Models?

Model Measurements – Discover the Height, Bust, Hips, And Waist sizes of Female Runway Models!

Last time, we tackled the measurements commonly required of male runway models and some of the other Types of Modeling! Now, let’s check out what measurements you’ll need if you’re considering a career as a female runway model. These aren’t by any means the absolute requirements for high fashion runway models, but these are good numbers to consider helping you better frame your expectations and calculate your chances.


  • According to the British AMA (Association of Model Agents), the minimum height for a female model should be 5’8". The safe range commonly stands at 5’9" to 5’11". Keep in mind that, as with males, sometimes candidates can still get signed even if they’re an inch shorter or taller than the designated range as long as they show they have the looks and the flair to make it work on the runway.

Weight and Build

  • Being between 115-130 lbs. would be a good range for female runway models’ weight. Do note that, as we’ve mentioned in the male runway model measurements article above (Model Measurements), weight can look different depending on the individual.
  • A thin and slender build is generally what’s being required for the runway (If you’re that tall and that light, you’re likely very slender already). While the industry is still perceived as fielding models that are too thin, and runway modeling is still associated with eating disorders and unhealthy habits, many firms are now going with curvy models to keep things balanced and promote better eating habits.

Average Model Measurements

  • The British AMA lists 34-24-34 as the ideal model measurements for runway models, while other sources provide ranges of 32-34 inches for the bust around 26 inches for the waist, and around 35-36 inches for the hips. Again, the particulars will depend on the agency you’re going to audition for as well as the suitability to a particular gig or niche.
  • Numbers can be fickle, and there are times when the measurements don’t really translate into body proportions as they appear in the real world. Sometimes, these prescribed numbers change from time to time, too. The numbers above just happen to be the current set agencies are going with today.

Beyond the Numbers

  • You’ve probably heard about the rest of the package—clear skin, good looks, striking facial features, and nice hair, among others. These things can’t be encapsulated by numbers, so you be the judge. Better yet, have your friends or even your agent be the judge.

There you have it—a quick rundown of the measurements you need to have if you’re eyeing a successful career on the runway. Are your measurements within the prescribed numbers? Good for you, and good luck on your tryouts.

Should you find that the runway is simply not for you, there are still other markets you may decide to explore. If you love the job and know you have what it takes, don’t be afraid to try other avenues. If your body doesn’t adhere to the model measurements mentioned above, you can still see if you have the X-factor needed to overcome the physical mismatch. God Bless.


Jonah Taylor, May God Bless your modeling journey!

p.s. If you fit these numbers and or simply want to give modeling a shot, check out the How To Become A Model Guide and get started on your modeling journey today!

And if you find that you do not meet some of the required measurements but are still wondering, “Do I Have What It Takes To Be A Model? check out the many different types of modeling and see which one fits you best!!

You may find that the genre of modeling you like most is not the best fit, but that another fits you just perfect! So Get checking!!!

P.S. Modeling Wisdom is only an informational blog. It is NOT a modeling agency and cannot tell you whether you have what it takes to model or not. Modeling Wisdom CAN, however, provide you with the necessary steps to give modeling a try if you would still like to give modeling a shot! In the end, the only person who can tell you that you don’t have a shot is yourself. Believe in yourself and don’t stop until you have achieved your goal, no matter what they say!!


  • Divya maharjan

    Reply Reply May 19, 2014

    I am of 17years old, my height is 5’8 i want to be a runway model but the problem is that i don’t hav d good figure my bust is 32 waist is 28 n hip is 37 so should i try modeling or not???

    • Hello Divya! You have good height and are of the right age:) plus! There are many fields of modeling outside of just fashion! I would say you should absolutely get involved with a local modeling agency and give modeling a try!!

      Check out The Many Different Types Of Modeling!

      • Varsha S

        Reply Reply March 13, 2019

        Hey there!
        I’m 16 now and I would like to do modelling once I become 18. I’m 5’8 now and I weigh about 147lbs (I’m planing to decrease my weight.) My measurements are 36-30-36. Is modelling ideal for me, considering I’m from India?

      • Kajal

        Reply Reply May 23, 2019

        My height is only 5 feet and my figure is 33-24-36 . So should I try for modelling or not??my age is 17

    • D S Musafir.. Chairman passionate india

      Reply Reply July 31, 2016

      U can be by doing some maintain tips by us. U can contact passionate India . a group to promote for modeling… U can contact on our email.
      Or our WhatsApp no. 9469594003

    • jessica

      Reply Reply April 4, 2017

      hello hun sorry to bust ya bubble but to be a sucessful model u need a 24 waist at most but u can try !!!!!!

    • emily b

      Reply Reply June 25, 2017

      you def can, my measurements are 35-28-28 and i do a lot of lifestyle and fit work. the person who says you need a 24 inch waist is mistaken. i know some fashion/ runway models who have 25 inch waists. it’s about how youre proportioned and how it sits on your frame

    • Happycat

      Reply Reply July 15, 2019

      I’m 12 I weigh 113 pounds I’m 5’2 and I measure 36-27-35 am I too young to model or should I lose some weight?

  • Olivia Lumsdaine

    Reply Reply June 12, 2014

    Hi Jonah,
    I’m 16, 6’2″ and I weigh 158 lb, I was wondering if there was any point me losing weight and fitting the standards better or does my height stop me? My bust is 34″, waist is 30″ and hips are 38″. Does my height limit the amount of modelling I could do because I’m way taller than everyone else or does it give me an advantage in a way?
    Thanks, Olivia x

    • Jonah Levi Taylor

      Reply Reply June 12, 2014

      Your height could be your “X Factor”! Every model should try to differentiate themselves as to stand out from the crowd. Your height may do exactly this. So as I see it, it is a good thing:)

  • Kesha

    Reply Reply August 3, 2014

    Hi Jonah!
    I’m 21 years old. My size is 32-26.5-37, height is 5’6, and weight is 112 lbs. Am I too skinny or little too short to be a model?

    • Jonah Levi Taylor

      Reply Reply August 4, 2014

      Hi Kesha:) Thanks for the comment!! Of course not! You may just have to tweak the type of modeling you are interested in. Of course, runway modeling may require a little more height, but there are still many other kinds of modeling!

  • celaste clark

    Reply Reply August 31, 2014

    Hi jonah,
    I’m 13 years old I’m 5’7 and my weight is 121lbs my measurements are 32 hips,
    34 waist,and my bust is 31. I want to be a model when i grow up but should i start start at 14? many people say i should be a model and photographers says I’m photo genetic so what should i do

    • Jonah Levi Taylor

      Reply Reply September 1, 2014

      Hey Celaste! This is what I would recommend.. being that you are still very young, I would wait a little while longer until you are maybe 17 or so. In the mean time I would start getting some professional pictures and start building your portfolio so that when that time comes, you are ready to start submitting your pictures to local agencies and get your self a modeling agency:) I hope this helps you:)

  • ayushi khare

    Reply Reply September 12, 2014

    Hi. .myslf ayushi my age is 16 the problem iz that my chest is 28 so please help to tell how to increase

    • Jonah Levi Taylor

      Reply Reply September 12, 2014

      Hello Ayushi! Thanks for commenting! The best way to increase your chest size is to strength train. I would recommend strength training the chest (flat becnh press, dumbell press, dips, etc.) and using the Sample modeling exercise program.

    • D S Musafir.. Chairman passionate india

      Reply Reply July 31, 2016

      U can be by doing some maintain tips by us. U can contact passionate India . a group to promote for modeling… U can contact on our email.
      Or our WhatsApp no. 9469594003

  • Sofia C

    Reply Reply September 17, 2014

    Hi, i’m 14 years old, 5’7, and my measurments are 37 and a half at the bust, 25 at the waist, and 37 at the hips, i am always asked if i am a model, and i am always told to be one, and i was wondering if there was any way that would help me get started?

    Thanks 🙂

  • JJ

    Reply Reply September 27, 2014

    Hi Jonah!
    I am 19 years old and am 5’10” and I weigh 148 pounds. My chest is 34 inches, my waist 29″, and my hips are 38.5″. I am a college soccer player, but have always dreamed of modeling. Am I too big? If I did modeling what type would be best for me in your opinion?
    Thank you in advance!!!

    • Jonah Levi Taylor

      Reply Reply September 27, 2014

      Hey JJ, You are NOT too big. You can certainly do this! You might try to get in with a local modeling agency and you can specialize in more of their “athletic or sports” modeling. Get some professional pictures taken and start submitting them to local agencies. God Bless!

  • Whitney

    Reply Reply October 9, 2014

    Hey hey from 14 to 15 I was approached by 2 different agencies to start modeling, unfortunately my parents wanted me to finish college first. Now that I am 22 I fear it maybe too late. I now live in Dallas, Texas and have found a few agencies. My measurements are 34- 26- 35 at 128lbs 5’11. My parents and I thought that this modeling dream would die out overtime, but it’s actually grown more intense! I have so many personalities that come alive in front of people, however many agencies want only photos first. Is there a way to get around this and sorry for so many questions!!! Thanks for your time!

    • Jonah Levi Taylor

      Reply Reply October 9, 2014

      Great question Whitney and thanks for commenting! Truthfully, even if you get signed with an agency first, they are going to require you to get some photos right after, so putting it off doesn’t do you any favors as it only makes you look less experienced anyhow. You see, this is how clients book models for their jobs, off of your pictures. So you if have few or no photos, you will not be considered for many jobs at all.

      There is nothing to be afraid of with getting these photos. Think of it much like your college education, you paid for it all first, so that you will make much much more in the end. The photos that you need will help you land modeling jobs that will hopefully pay you back. Also, consider it an investment and just know, the better the photos you get, the more likely you will get modeling jobs! So save up and get those photos and submit them to the agencies until they say YES! We Want You!

      • Whitney M Darrett

        Reply Reply January 22, 2017

        Thank you for your advice! I signed with an agency in Dallas last year. I’ve been working steadily and I’m loving it! My agency is now starting to submit me to agencies in LA, NYC and Chicago! Hopefully I get more representation. Thank you so much for your advice and words of encouragement last year!



  • Nora Adele

    Reply Reply October 16, 2014

    Hey Jonah 🙂
    I am 17, 5’8 , 130 lbs, and my measures are 31-25-35, I would love to be a model but the problem is that I am not living in a place where you can become a model, I live in a country where there is no modeling agencies, I will be traveling to the UK to continue my studies but that would be after 5-6 years from now, can I start modeling in such a late age?
    Thank you 🙂

    • Jonah Levi Taylor

      Reply Reply October 16, 2014

      Hey there Nora, Of course you can!! You see, many famous models do in fact get their start while they are young, but this does not mean that all models are young. Designers need models of all shapes and sizes in order to promote their clothes. So this means you will still be able to pursue your dreams of modeling even as you are traveling. Great question and I hope this helps you!!!

  • Carly

    Reply Reply October 22, 2014

    Hi, I am 5’7 and my waist is 26 inches and hips are 35. I weigh 97 pounds. Is there any chance I could possibly become a model?

    • Jonah Levi Taylor

      Reply Reply October 22, 2014

      Of course there is a chance for you Carly!!! The very first steps I would recommend you take would be to contact some local modeling agencies and see what they require from their models. Then get some professional photographs taken so you can submit these to your local agencies! Let us know if you need anything else!

  • Aaliyah

    Reply Reply October 31, 2014

    Hi Jonah,

    I am 27 years old, but look 21 (or so I am told). I am 5’8 and my measurements are 34 bust – 25 waist – 36 hips. I have always heard that a models career is finished at around 25. However, my thought process is: if I still protray a very youthful look and have the right measurements I can still appeal to top agencies. But I do feel that when they find out my age this will hold me back. I was wondering what your thoughts were on this subject.

    • Jonah Levi Taylor

      Reply Reply October 31, 2014

      Hey Aaliyah, thanks for commenting! Modeling is more about what you look like, so if you look young, you will likely have a longer career. This should not hold you back one bit. Go for it!!

    • Claudia Stewart

      Reply Reply August 25, 2017

      Hi, I’m 14 years old, and I really want to be a runway model. I’m 5’8.5-5’9, and my measurements are 34-25-34. Do you guys think I should start applying to agencies or look into it?

  • Tayler Anne

    Reply Reply November 4, 2014

    Hey Jonah I am 15 years old, and I am already signed with an agency, but I have noticed since I first started I added an inch onto my waist. my measurements are 34″, 26″, and 36″ is this bad? or is it ok and just work on getting my waist back to where it was? I am also 5’9″ and my weight is 120. Are these ok? or should I work on it all, and get back down?? PLEASE HELP!!!!

    • Jonah Levi Taylor

      Reply Reply November 5, 2014

      Hello Taylor Anne! Thanks for commenting:) My question to you would be, are you getting modeling jobs in your current state?? I would follow that up with if not, what does your agency think you should do to get more modeling work? You see, the agency knows the types of clients that would suit you best and what you could be doing to land more modeling jobs. So contact them and find out what they think you could improve to land more modeling gigs!

      Hope this helps:)

  • Kiersten

    Reply Reply November 30, 2014

    Hey! I am curious if I should try and make my measurements smaller. I am 16 and 5’9″ and 123lbs. My measurements are 32-25-36. I really want to go far in modeling but I heard that I should try and lower my hip size to 34 instead of 36 in order to go to new York.

    • Jonah Levi Taylor

      Reply Reply December 1, 2014

      Hey Kiersten! You have some great measurements to start out with and getting it to 34 probably couldn’t hurt. Check with some local modeling agencies in your areas and see if this would make a difference for you. If so, do it. If not, then don’t even worry about it:)

  • Isabela

    Reply Reply December 5, 2014

    Hi, I’m 15 years old and extremely interested in high fashion runway modeling. I’m 5’8 and still growing, 29 waist,35 hips and my bust is 37… Could that prevent me from being able to go far? I know my waist is a bit large but that’s easier to fix than my breasts..which I was wondering are too large? If it’s not. Would you be able to tell me a tip on starting modeling? Thank you so much and I’m sorry this is so long!xx

    • Jonah Levi Taylor

      Reply Reply December 8, 2014

      Hey Isabela!! Good to hear from you:) It all depends on the market you find yourself in, some agencies require thinner, smaller models while some actually prefer more realistic models and sizes. You can apply to some agencies and see what they have to say as far as measurements go!!

      If you are feeling too large for some modeling jobs, a solid exercise program can take care of all of that, because it sounds like you have everything else to get going;) Here is a special article that may help you get started as a model. God bless and enjoy Isabela!

      • Isabela

        Reply Reply December 8, 2014

        Thank you so much! You are a great help:)x

  • Elena

    Reply Reply December 8, 2014

    Hello! I am 6′ tall with striking features and measurements of 32-23.5-36. Is that acceptable for runway?

    • Jonah Levi Taylor

      Reply Reply December 10, 2014

      Hello Elena,
      It is very close to the standard measurements. You should be fine:)

  • Felicia

    Reply Reply December 28, 2014

    Hi! I’m 5’9.5″ weighing 130 prior to my diet. I have a bust of 32, waist of 25, and hip of 36, these measurements may have been taken incorrectly since I have no lie what I’m doing! But I have been an athlete most of my life and had an athletic build but since sticking to long distance running my bulky muscles have dwindled away. I still think I could never be a model but my parents are pushing me to try it. Is this experience of attempting to become a model going to end up embarrassing me? Thanks so much, F

    • Jonah Levi Taylor

      Reply Reply December 30, 2014

      Hi Felicia! The bottom line is, do you actually want to do it? Do you think it would be fun to walk in designer clothes in front of numerous people and or display clothing fore magazines and catalogs? IF yes, then definitely give it a try. Your measurements look well to me and you certainly have the height!

  • Ana

    Reply Reply February 7, 2015

    Hi, I’m 22 years old and I kinda feel like I might be too old to get involved in runway modeling now, but I still want to know if my stats are good enough:
    I’m 5’11”, 144 lbs, measurements 34.4-24.4-35.1

    Thank you for your time. 🙂

    • Jonah Levi Taylor

      Reply Reply February 7, 2015

      Hey Ana! You are not too old to get started. True, many models start at a young age but that does not mean it is over for you:) Your measurements all look good to me! Check out some local modeling agencies and see what they have to say.

      God bless you Ana and hope it all works out well, as it should:)

      • Ana

        Reply Reply February 7, 2015

        Thank you so much for your words of encouragement.

        I’m actually planing on sending my Polaroids to a modeling agency, because my friend, who is a model, thinks I have a shot in getting a contract.
        Losing a bit more weight and 1” of my hips and off I go. Well, hopefully. 🙂

  • Sophie budz

    Reply Reply February 18, 2015

    Hi I’m 5’3″ Im 28″22.5″27 is it worth a shot even though im short? And I’m 16 🙂

    • Jonah Levi Taylor

      Reply Reply February 20, 2015

      Hey Sophie! if it is a strong enough desire of yours to be a model, then it is always worth a shot. However, due to your smaller size, you may have an easier time pursuing Petite Modeling.

      Always keep faith and may God bless you!

  • tito

    Reply Reply February 24, 2015

    pls i am 34-27-37…5ft 11 can i model.
    people say my hip is an obstacle..but i am slender frm my shoulders.

    • Jonah Levi Taylor

      Reply Reply February 24, 2015

      It’s always hard to say Tito but I would say that if it is a strong enough desire for you, then yes you can be a model. You can change the hips if necessary. So pray hard, maintain faith and give it all you got!

  • Victoria

    Reply Reply March 21, 2015

    Hi! I am 16 years old and I’m 5’9.5 with 36-26-37 measurements. I have recently put on weight, mainly in my hips and bust, but that does not stop me from wanting to model. I’m not very interested in runway, but is there something I should go for? Should I attempt to get back my old measurements of 34-25-36?

    • Jonah Levi Taylor

      Reply Reply March 22, 2015

      Hey Victoria! Great to hear from you:) I do believe that your old measurements will make things easier for you but try submitting some pics to local modeling agencies and see what they say. Many agencies are different and you never know until you try. So submit some pics, get them first if you do not have any, and see what they say! God bless Victoria!!

  • Shreelekha

    Reply Reply April 28, 2015

    Hi. I really love your website and it feels like the only one which truly tells you what you need to be a model. I’m 16 and 34-25-35. But I’m 5’7″ and 117 lbs. I would love to try my hand at modeling but with my height I’m not sure if I’d make it to where I’d want to go. What do you advise? (Thanks in advance for your time)

    • Jonah Levi Taylor

      Reply Reply April 29, 2015

      Thank you for your kind words Shreelekha! Your measurements are close and you should certainly give modeling a try if you truly desire to follow this path. There are many different types of modeling so you can find the one that best suits you and your desires. Figure out which one you want to be and then go for it! If you have faith, pray hard, and truly desire the outcome, then nothing can stop you;)

  • Sarah

    Reply Reply May 15, 2015

    Is there any way I can reduce my breast for modelling

    • Hello Sarah! other than exercise it can be hard to modify this part of the body. Perhaps you already do, but give exercising a try and see if that helps. Actually, give modeling a shot regardless and don’t let anything stop you!! God bless Sarah!

  • Nancy

    Reply Reply July 4, 2015

    I think I am perfect

  • Nancy

    Reply Reply July 4, 2015

    Hi Jonah,I think I am perfect… am just not sure. I am 17 years of age. 5ft 8 in height, statistics: 32 26 36. do u think I really have a chance in the modelling industry? plus,I am slim

    • Nancy, The only way to truly know is to get out there and give it your best! It seems like you have a lot going for you but you must still make it happen:) Follow this layout and may God bless you!!

  • Emily

    Reply Reply July 13, 2015

    Hi there Jonah! My name is Emily I am 14 years old, 5’7, my measurements are 31-24-30, & I weigh 100 pounds. Should I try having a modeling career? If I do, how do I get started?

  • Emily

    Reply Reply July 18, 2015

    I’m 16 years old and 5ft 11”! I was asked if I was interested in modelling when my brother was scouted last year. Since then I have been asked again. However, my measurements are around 40-24-34. I desperately want to be a runway model, but is my bust too big? I’m too worried to reply back incase they tell me my bust is too big, it would break me if they said I couldn’t runway model because of my huge bust size…

    • Jonah Levi Taylor

      Reply Reply July 20, 2015

      Dear Emily, it would be even worse to miss a dream because you were afraid to even pursue them. Do not worry about what they will say. At this point, the answer is already “no” because you haven’t even asked. Get moving and see what they say. if they say “no”, then find another agency and ask them! Keep doingthis until you get a “yes!”

      God bless you Emily, you are perfect:)

  • Halle

    Reply Reply August 7, 2015

    Hi I’m Halle, I’m 15 and 5″8. I would love to start modeling but my bust is 36, waist 31, and hips 38. I weight 136, should I loose weight before giving it a shot? Also im not a super curvy girl, would that be an issue?

    • Jonah Levi Taylor

      Reply Reply August 9, 2015

      Hey there Halle, I would say give it a try at your current measurements and if you get the impression, you can always ask the agencies for advice, then you can modify what you feel you need to make your dreams of modeling come true! Many blessings to you and your family!

  • Jade

    Reply Reply August 8, 2015

    Hi, I’m 5’9 34-27-34 and slim with a slightly muscular build. I’m going into an agency in a couple of weeks but scared that my waist isn’t small enough. Should I try and shed a couple of inches? Thanks.

    • Jonah Levi Taylor

      Reply Reply August 9, 2015

      Go and see what they say. If that is the consensus, then you know what you have to do:) You can also check with a couple other agencies as well to see if they have any different standards. Many blessings and best of luck to you Jade!

  • chengz

    Reply Reply August 8, 2015

    im 5ft height my chest size is 32 ,my waist size is 24 and my hip size is 28 is it a good size?

  • Mary

    Reply Reply August 14, 2015

    Hello! I’m 18, height 5’11 and 35-23-34. Many people ask me if I’m a model and I would like to try it. Do you think I have what it takes to be a model?

    • Jonah Levi Taylor

      Reply Reply August 17, 2015

      Mary, you may have exactly what it takes:) Follow the link in the article above on how to get started and see if agencies see what I see. God bless you Mary!

  • Lenna

    Reply Reply August 19, 2015

    Hi! Okay so I’m 5’7 which I know is on the shorter side. For models, but (I’m really not trying to me cocky or anything ) but I get asked sometimes
    Why I haven’t modelled and so on. My measurements are 37-27-35.5 so I’m a but in the fuller side oh and I’m 15, I don’t know if I could still be a model or not?

    • Lenna

      Reply Reply August 19, 2015

      OH SORRY and my weight fluctuates from 135-138 ish sorry lol!

      • Lenna

        Reply Reply August 19, 2015

        Omg sorry third time I’m commenting but I’m just concerned I’m too wide on my hips and my bust !

    • Jonah Levi Taylor

      Reply Reply August 20, 2015

      Hey Lenna! You certainly can, it is just a matter of convincing the right people. Give modeling your best shot and don’t stop until you have achieved what you set out to do! Check out the quick link in the text to get started modeling! God bless you Lenna:)

  • Vèda

    Reply Reply September 2, 2015


    I’m 19 years old and 5 ft 9. My measurements are approximately 34-30-35.5. I have red hair, a weird nose (in my opinion) and blue-green eyes. I’m always told I look very pretty and I’ve been often told I should be a model (by people who don’t know a thing about the modelling industry, though). Should I give modeling a try, considering it’s something I’ve always wanted to do? Do you think I have any chances of signing up with an agency?

    Thank you!

    • Jonah Levi Taylor

      Reply Reply September 3, 2015

      Hey Veda! Of course you should give modeling a try if you really want to do it! Who is to say that you cannot try? Go for it and may God bless your efforts!

  • Urmi

    Reply Reply September 21, 2015

    Hi my age is 18 and height 5’9″ and bust-waist-hips measurements are 32-25-34,weight 54/55 kg(confused about the correct one) and i am fairly tanned.So i m wondering if i have any chance,actually i never consider it as a carried for me before some months ago.

  • Divyanshu Gandhi

    Reply Reply September 25, 2015

    Hello my name is Deepak, my age is 22 but weight is going to high, I had try all things but I could not.. Plz help me out

    • Jonah Levi Taylor

      Reply Reply September 28, 2015

      Hey Deepak! You are right, it takes a good body to be a model. Now not all models will take the same route to fitness, but here is a SAMPLE WORKOUT GUIDE you can follow to get in shape! God bless you Deepak!!

  • Giselle

    Reply Reply October 28, 2015

    Hello! I’m Giselle and I’ve just turned 18. I’m 5ft 10 inch and my measurements are 33-24-37. I would like to be a model but I think that my hips are too wide. Also, I have some little stretchmarks in my butt and and that’s what worries me the most. Do you think I should try?

    • Jonah Levi Taylor

      Reply Reply October 28, 2015

      Giselle, of course you should try. What can it hurt? Go for it and see what God has in store for you!!

  • Elina

    Reply Reply November 13, 2015

    Hi, I am Elina and i am 15 years old. I am 5’11 and my measurmentes are 32-25-35. My widest part of my thights are 20 inches. I want to model but i think my thights are too big. Should i try modeling?