& # 39; You must have a small cup size & # 39 ;: Model Tahnee Atkinson, 28, says she has lost work because her DD breasts & # 39; are too large & # 39; to be
- The Australian model Tahnee Atkinson, 28, has spoken about the modeling industry
- She says there were times when her fuller bosom prevented her from finding work
- Although that was sometimes the case, there were others who had booked her for jobs
- Tahnee is currently the face for a beautiful new collection from Bras N Things
A busty Australian model says she has lost work because her DD breasts & # 39; too large & # 39; to be.
Tahnee Atkinson's career has gone from strength to strength since she won The next top model from Australia in 2009.
But the spacious & # 39; assets & # 39; of the 28-year-old have not always been viewed in a positive light and have sometimes stopped her from getting a job.
Tahnee said that although she lost jobs because her breast size did not fit into a short campaign, others who booked her celebrated her well-formed physique.
& # 39; There is clearly that side of the industry where you need to be size zero and have a small cup size, so I probably lost some work due to the size of my breasts, but I also gained a lot of work due to the size of my breasts, & she said Perth now.
Sydney-based model Tahnee Atkinson (photo) has been making jobs since winning the next top model in Australia in 2009 at the age of 16
Although Tahnee said some agents have overlooked her for jobs because of her breast size, others have celebrated her fuller figure
The model, with a DD bust size, recently marked 10 years of collaboration with the Australian lingerie label Bras N Things.
Tahnee is, next to model Tia Provost, officially the face of the latest campaign of the label called Full Cup and Fabulous.
The range is specially designed to cater for women with larger breasts with the collection of bras up to a size G cup.
Tahnee said that in recent years she has managed to conquer a place for herself in an industry that is moving towards more body positivity
Tahnee said finding her place in the industry in recent years would have been easier with a greater shift to inclusiveness and body positivity.
She added that working in Australia has also helped because there seems to be more willingness for those who book jobs to include women with fuller grades.
"I think there is definitely a shift, which is great, as long as you are fit and healthy and have that glow, then what makes you succeed is not necessarily a measure of zero," she told the publication.
& # 39; I think there is definitely a shift, which is great, as long as you are fit and healthy and have that glow, & # 39; Tahnee said
Said earlier, the model shared that she had developed larger breasts quite late, a situation she & # 39; a while & # 39; had refused.
& # 39; I always wore smaller bra & # 39; s because I refused to believe I was a DD and now I have learned that it's all about having the right fit, & # 39; she said News.com.au.
Although she can accept her body much better as it is, the model admitted that there had been times when she wanted to have smaller breasts.
Although Tahnee exudes good health and looks absolutely stunning, she admitted it was time she wanted smaller breasts
Apart from the aesthetics, Tahnee said that larger breasts had caused her back pain and exercise was an effort.
At the time, the model said she had also found the size of her breasts that dictated that she opted for slightly more modest clothing choices.
& # 39; If I am tanned and I like a piece of clothing that is slightly lower, I will. I just feel more at ease in a not-full top, & she said.
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