The One Accessory Ashley Graham Has Been Wearing Constantly

Model and body-positivity advocate Ashley Graham is basically a human tornado right now. She's out promoting her new book, A New Model, via in-store appearances, TV spots, and more. And since she's a fashion plate, she's switching up her outfits faster than Clark Kent in a phone booth. Only unlike Superman, this supermodel has a new outfit for every occasion — only one thing is staying the same. No matter what she's wearing, People reports that Graham is pairing it with a lace-up corset belt from Fleur du Mal.
During her first appearance of the day on Good Morning America, Graham wore the black belt with a lampshading-lite look featuring a body-con dress and an August Getty Atelier duster. The belt was a great way for her to break up the monochromatic look and emphasize her waist, which can get lost when wearing a long, flowing silhouette.
Advertisement

Kicking off book launch day on @goodmorningamerica ... have you gotten your copy of 'A New Model' yet?

A post shared by A S H L E Y G R A H A M (@theashleygraham) on

Graham stopped by The View next. And while her beachy brown locks stayed the same, she swapped out the beige dress for an olive slip dress from Nili Lotan, a brand that's beloved by celebs like Kim K. She added the same corset-inspired belt and a pair of matching block-heel sandals.

Tip for wearing a strapless bra- go down a size only in the band. Keeps the girls lifted without suffocating them.

A post shared by A S H L E Y G R A H A M (@theashleygraham) on

The belt had another moment and another outfit later in the day. Between appointments, the standby accessory added a little flair to an all-black outfit. Not that it needed it, however. Graham wore a sheer turtleneck dress, which showed off her strapless bra and those same blocky sandals. It was a bold look, but Graham and her trusty belt seemed to handle it all in stride. The model's corset of choice will set you back $195, but the Kardashian-approved accessory is now so pervasive, you can find similar styles for much cheaper. (We love this $29 version from Urban Outfitters, for instance.)
No word on how Graham managed to wear the waist-cinching accessory all day without the aid of a fainting couch and smelling salts, but it's clear that when she finds something she loves, she sticks with it.
Advertisement