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Wednesday, October 19, 2011
Answering a Reader Question #207
I an interested in becoming a fit model. My measurements are 33-23-32 5'5 118pds. I was wondering if I'm too small for this type of modeling?
Hi, Anonymous! Your measurements are small but that doesn't necessarily mean you couldn't be considered for fit modeling. The catch with this type of modeling is that you need to find clothing companies that need models with your statistics. When clothing companies post castings for fit models, they'll list the specific sizes and measurements they are looking for. So you'll have to actively search for these kinds of castings and see if you are what they want. You'll want to focus on companies that make their clothes in sizes XS-SM and/or Petite/Junior. Fit models must be within a half inch of the measurements they want so keep that mind.