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When Ashley Graham's barrier-breaking 2016 Sports Illustrated Swim Issue cover hit newsstands back in February, everyone applauded the self-proclaimed "curvy sexalicious" model for bringing a new type of body to the forefront of the glossy after 52 years on shelves. This cover is for every woman who felt like she wasn't beautiful enough because of her size. The 68-year-old, who praised "thin" and "healthy" cover girl Hailey Clauson, went on to add, "It's glamorizing them because your waist should be smaller than 35 [inches]. "I probably feel better now, but not everything in my life depends on what I look like, so it's different.You can do and achieve anything you put your mind to. You don't put as much weight on it." In an interview with Huff Post Live, Sims revealed she would walk 14 miles a day to remain a size zero.Monochromatic beauty is basically the idea of keeping your eyes, lips, cheeks, and nails to the same shade range.It creates a sleek, put-together look with barely any effort.This fall, I’ve been loving the sultry oxblood and burgundy hues.I love to decorate my home for the holidays, especially if it’s something I’ve made myself. #siswim #beautybeyondsize A photo posted by A S H L E Y G R A H A M (@theashleygraham) on That is, everyone except SI alum Cheryl Tiegs, who made a comment that she didn't like that we were "talking about full-figured women" on the iconic cover. "I think we need to be more accepting of all sizes. Ashley Graham is probably one of the prettiest people. "When I was a size zero I didn't feel great," the 42-year-old supermodel told People. "I think it's great," Sims told People of Graham's cover. Everyone's really starting to embrace not just a size two, which is good." Sims, who has spoken openly before about her struggles to maintain a certain body size, especially when it came to prepping for Sports Illustrated shoots, also noted that we shouldn't be placing so much concern on weight.
"It was very hard, I didn't eat sometimes for a couple of days."But now, the model places more emphasis on living a healthy life, as she tells People."Being in your forties, you don't worry about the little things.
It doesn't really matter if you're a size four or two.