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Stretch Marks Star In Target’s New, Unretouched Swim Ads

What has stretch marks, cellulite and beautiful body positivity all over? A lot of people, for starters, but also Target?s latest swimwear campaign.

The retail giant?s ongoing efforts to be more inclusive now include a fabulous photoshoot showing off its new swim line. The images feature a range of bodies and, best of all, the photos are completely unretouched, Target said. 

Model and body activist Denise Bidot, television host and model Kamie Crawford, social media star and dancer Megan Batoon and pro skateboarder Lizzie Armanto star in the refreshing campaign. 

Target?s move toward inclusion has been reflected in its offerings in general. The retailer earned praise in 2015 for an starring ad women of all different shapes and sizes; that same year, Target Australia cast a woman in her 50s to model a two-piece. Circulars regularly feature representation in many forms including children with disabilities, and Target began phasing out gender-specific labeling in sections like bedding and toys back in 2015.

Ava & Viv, Target?s fashion forward plus-size line, helped salvage the chain?s reputation among plus-size shoppers who were upset by offensively mislabeled clothing one very unfortunate maternity mix-up. Just last week the store also revealed plus sizes of its upcoming Victoria Beckham line will be stocked in stores; Target was previously criticized for only selling larger sizes of its designer collaborations online.

The ads mark the second time in recent memory Bidot has been photographed for a campaign with her stretch marks unretouched. A previous Lane Bryant ad debuted in Dec. 2016 and ended up in the 2017 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue. ?Loving my body, stretch marks and all,? she wrote in a caption of the image on Instagram when it was first revealed. 

Ditching Photoshop is a smart way to boost sales ? just ask Aerie, which saw a 20 percent growth in sales in the 2015 fiscal year after going Photoshop-free for its #AerieReal mission. But there?s something else at play here, too: Target is strengthening a connection to its customers that is already proving effective and necessary. A commenter on Target?s announcement of the news wrote it?s the ?first time that I?ve ever looked at a swim suit ad and felt like ?I would look good in that swim suit!??

More like this forever, please. 

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Mom’s Side-By-Side Photos Show Pregnancy On Instagram vs. Pregnancy IRL

Many fitness personalities on Instagram present an image of perfection in their appearance, health regimen and level of discipline. But this Australian mom and fitness star wants to shatter the illusion.

Anna Strode of Melbourne, who runs the popular @bubs2bikinis account, posted side-by-side photos of herself during her current pregnancy. In one photo, she poses in fitness clothing with her hair down and a serene smile on her face, and in the other, she lounges on the couch with her hair in a messy bun as she eats an ice cream bar. 

In the caption, she describes the photos as ?Instagram Pregnant Life VS Real Pregnant Life.?

“I?m all about BALANCE!? Strode wrote. ?Sure, you might look at my page and see images like the left and think this mama works out all the time and she must eat healthy all the time… Well I?m here to tell you NO that?s not how things go and I don?t believe anyone should live without a little bit of life?s indulgences!?

The mom added that she believes it?s just as important to show the candid reality as it is to show the moments when she?s working hard to reach her fitness goals. 

?I?m a REAL mama, with REAL pregnancy cravings and REAL battles of accepting how my body changes throughout life?s journeys,? she wrote. ?We?ve only got ONE life ? I encourage you to find a HAPPY, HEALTHY, SUSTAINABLE BALANCE.?

Strode?s post has received nearly 3,000 likes. She told The Huffington Post she felt inspired to post the side-by-side pictures after scrolling through Instagram and seeing a steady flow of perfect-looking images.  

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?Naturally I find myself comparing myself to those people that seem to have these perfect lives within those pretty squares,? she said. ?When I first started my Instagram page it was always with the intention of sharing the ?real? me. I didn?t want other mothers looking at me and thinking ?her life is perfect? because my life isn?t perfect, and I?m certainly not perfect either!?

Strode is mom to 21-month-old identical twin boys named Lachie and Sammy, and she?s due to give birth to her baby girl on the first day of July. 

Even though she?s committed to a healthy lifestyle, the fitness personality said she wanted other moms to see that she still kicks back and treats herself like all parents do when they get the chance. And though she believes people should strive to take care of themselves and their bodies, she noted that sometimes that involves ?being kind to ourselves.?

Ultimately, Strode said she wants mothers to stop being so hard on themselves. ?We live in a world where we are surrounded by the pressures of constantly comparing our lives to others on social media, but I want mothers to know that most of what we see as we scroll our feeds ? it?s not all real,? she told HuffPost.

?Those pretty little pictures that fill our feeds don?t show mamas dealing with children?s tantrums, picking up toys all day, fighting through the days on next to no sleep, crying in our hands when everything gets too much or eating the kids? leftover dinners because you simply don?t have the energy to prepare a healthy meal for yourself,? she added.

At the end of the day, she hopes her followers can enjoy the pleasures of life without feeling like they?ve committed some sort of crime and beating themselves up over it. 

Said Strode, ?If you?ve taken care of yourself for most of the day and you feel like a Magnum bar, then have the damn Magnum!?

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