I've always dreamt of it but Im a little on the short side. I'm afraid I wouldn't make it though.
Most Helpful Guy
Not a conventional model, no.
The primary job of a conventional model is to make clothes look good, not to actually look good herself. This is best accomplished by her being tall and very thin, so clothes can drape however the designer wants, and there is no chance of anything she wears making her look overweight. They are chosen to look good at a distance or in a photo with no context - in practice, in north america, men are more likely to approach shorter women, but on the page, taller women simply look thinner, and make the clothes hang in a way the designers like.
As a secondary goal, they should look pretty in a striking way.
You easily have the second goal, but are miles off the first. 5'7" is generally too short to be a typical fashion model.
You could probably get into other sorts of modelling.
It's a shitty, shitty industry, however.0
Most Helpful Girl
Be a petite model0