This Graphic Shirt Promotes Plus-Size Female Body Positivism

By: Ady Floyd - Dec 22, 2015
References: wwd & luxurylaunches
In a collaborative effort between British singer Beth Ditto and Jean Paul Gaultier, this plus-size corset t-shirt was created to promote body positivism.

Beth Ditto is preparing to launch a self-titled clothing line that caters to plus-sized women, such as herself. This unique sneak peek at the clothing line, which should be unveiled fully in February, features the singer wearing the corset t-shirt titled 'Gaultier.' This shirt is a clever tribute to Madonna’s 1990 'Blonde Ambition' tour and will cost consumers about $165.

The shirt comes in two sizes and features a vintage look. While the t-shirt is all black, there is a printed corset on the front with a bullet bra and a lace-up tie on the back. Although it is only a graphically printed shirt, the corset looks quite real and proves that all women can wear a corset.