American model Sahara Marie is back at it breaking stereotypes

Over the course of the last year, Portland, Oregon born and raised emerging American model Sahara Marie has been carving out a niche for herself on Instagram as a face (and personality) to watch. Using the platform not only as a place to post selfies, but pics and video, Marie is also regularly going live and taking the time to engage in conversations with her followers.

Sahara Marie’s success

Marie has garnered worldwide coverage from several blogs and media publications. Sahara Marie is known most for her collaboration with Dolls Kill clothing company and can be seen on their official website. She has a network circle of over 2.5 million and growing. Her face is recognized throughout the fashion and modeling industry.

Sahara Marie can be found on numerous platforms with hundreds of verified users interacting with her including Musical Artist, Actors, Actress’s, and just celebrities in general which would leave one wondering how well connected she is. She’s working hard to be a positive role model and build a legacy people will remember.

Breaking modeling stereotypes

This extensively published plus size Bombshell’s driving ambition is to break down the long-held stereotypes that dictate a model needs to be a size 0, tall, and flawless in appearance. It all starts with loving yourself. Marie started to see herself as beautiful and confident — no matter what she put on with her bold beautiful curves, which was, and without doubt, which was a major factor in her success.

Stay up to date with “Sahara Marie” by following her on Instagram. Sahara is a true all-rounder when she isn’t staring in front of the cameras and promoting empowerment she works as a seamstress designing and making kids apparel for children and photographing mini influencer models to be published in Kids fashion Magazines that you can purchase worldwide.

She can be found on Google by searching Sahara Marie or the following social media platforms:




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