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Meghan Trainor to design curvy swimsuit line

Published 08/04/2015

Meghan Trainor
Meghan Trainor

All About that Bass singer Meghan Trainor is helping design a range of swimsuit for fuller-figured ladies.

The 21-year-old singer is famous for promoting the concept of being happy in her own skin through her catchy tracks including All About That Bass.

And now Meghan is using her inspiring message as the premise of her teaming up with lifestyle website to collaborate on a swimsuit line for fuller-figured ladies.

“I used to wear tankinis, but I want something that really fits you nice – and shows everything,” Meghan told the New York Daily News.

On her idea for a cleavage-enhancing swimsuit, Meghan added to the publication: “I want a bomb bathing suit. I haven’t even approached them with that idea yet – I told you about that first!”

Meghan’s world-famous track includes lyrics such as “It’s pretty clear I ain't no size 2/But I can shake it, shake it like I’m supposed to do.”

And the pretty blonde says she has found it frustrating in the past to try to shop for sexy outfits for a curvier figure.

“It’s not awesome when all your friends are X-Smalls, and you’re like ... uh, large, please,” she said. is the new name for the formerly titled One Stop Plus. It stocks ranges from brands including City Chic and Jessica London – companies that aim to flatter the curvier shape in the best way possible.

The fact that most of the ensembles on the site are under $100 is an added bonus for Meghan, who says it’s this universal appeal that caused her to sign up to collaborate on the new swimwear line.

“They respect all sizes, and they pull for everyone,” she said. “I’m not trying to bash skinny people. I’m just promoting loving your curves and being confident in your own skin.”

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