I have skinny model body but I'm 5'2 can I be a model?


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Most Helpful Guy

  • Depends on what your face looks like. Maybe clothing stuff

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Most Helpful Girl

  • Clothing store model possibly...

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What Guys Said 7

  • You have no idea how competitive the modelling industry is, it's brutal

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  • Holster is that store is still around 😂

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  • Yes..

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  • yes, but print and commercial.

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  • well you're going to be wearing heels anyway, right?

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  • lemme have a look ;)

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  • Nope

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What Girls Said 12

  • Runway or editoral stuff? Very unlikely. Commercial stuff? You have a chance depending on how you look and your skills.

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  • clothing stores department store dr office dental clinic business promotion magazine. selling products. but not runway.

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  • 5'2" won't get you into the model industry unless your features are just out of this world, or they require a shorter model specifically.

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  • I do not Feel it is a Raw Deal... You can perhaps Model make up and clothes, who Knows.. Get a Portfolio together and Find out where you stand.
    I see Short Stops doing many Things from Soup to Nuts.
    Good luck. xx

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  • Chances are modeling companies won't want you. They tend to mainly go for tall models. You can try out for some store clothing model.

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  • Nope.
    Even petite models are taller than that.

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  • I model part time.
    I have done this on and off since age 15.
    I am yet to work with anyone 5'2.

    Much luck to u xo

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  • Maybe in print, but probably not on the catwalk. Like the potato said, it's a brutal industry. Do you really want to put yourself through that?

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  • I'm only 5 feet and a print model so yes

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  • no, they only want models that are from 5'11 - 6'3. trust me i tried.

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  • There's different type of modeling so yes

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  • Maybe for catalogs. But obviously not for runways

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