Ashley Graham wants you to 'wear the crop top' — no matter your body type

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Supermodel Ashley Graham is inspiring her followers to love their bodies and gain confidence. (Photo by Bennett Raglin/Getty Images for Affirm)
Supermodel Ashley Graham is inspiring her followers to love their bodies and gain confidence. (Photo by Bennett Raglin/Getty Images for Affirm)

Ashley Graham is inspiring people of all body types to wear the clothing they want.

On Tuesday, the 34-year-old took to TikTok to post a cheeky video of herself wearing a colourful, form-fitting crop top. In the video, the supermodel is seen strongly sharing an important message about wearing any piece of clothing — no matter your body shape. Graham mouths the words to the audio, which has a person demanding, 'Look at me. Look at me. Wear the crop top. Wear the crop top. Wear the crop top!"

"Wear it," Graham captioned the simple and short four-second video.

Fans were quick to fill Graham's comments on TikTok, sharing words of praise and love for her beauty.

"And who just had two babies? You look fabulous!" a fan commented.

"Looking great, Ashley," another chimed in, while adding a red heart emoji.

"If I looked like you I probably would wear the crop top," replied one person.

"You make me feel that my body is beautiful," another claimed.

"I want even 10 per cent of your confidence. You are gorgeous!" added someone else.

"You’re literally the person who made me love myself after years of hating myself. Thank you," someone said.

Last year, Graham told the Wall Street Journal she hates talking about her body and being referred to as "plus size." While the mom-of-three is a major role model in body positivity, she explained she doesn't know "any man that has to do that," and would prefer being referred to as "a woman."

Still, she recognizes how important the topic is. "What motivates me to continue to talk about my body is that I didn’t have someone talking about their body when I was young," Graham said.

"This is why I don’t post the 'perfect' Instagram photos," she continued. "I keep it real and raw constantly because I want [people] to know that there are women with cellulite, with back fat, with stretch marks."

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