Kate Upton Believes That Sample Sizes Can be "Unrealistic"

Kate Upton falls into a strange grey area when it comes to labeling her as model - she founded her career thanks to her sexy curves but still avoids being labeled plus sized - thus she has become a thing of Monroe-style beauty, showing her natural figure and battling against regular fashion models for Vogue covers. Now, Upton has spoken on how she feels sample sizing can put off women from clothes because it can be very unrealistic:

"I’m sure every designer has a certain person in mind who they would ideally like to wear their clothes, but the problem is that a lot of the time that person doesn’t actually exist, unless she is a 15-year-old model. I don’t really have a personal opinion on whether they should change the sizes of samples or not, but I do think it’s a topic that should be looked at, and I do think there won’t be many women buying those clothes, if, size-wise, they don’t seem realistic."

Thankfully, she avoids launching a huge debate on the subject, while still addressing how she feels. Take a look at her latest editorial for Vogue UK'S January issue below.

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