Recently, Ford released a new set of Polaroids of young beauty Kailee O'Sullivan, and while they don't show a hoped-for fuller-figure from the model, neither do they indicate that she has diminished herself--and that's a good thing.
In a way, they are a reverse image of the popular Polaroids that Kailee shot last
year, except this time, instead of being dressed in pure white, she is black. As a result, we will post the Polaroids twice: First, in their unaltered state, to show off Kailee's fair complexion, and second, brightened, to reveal the shape of the model's figure.
Note in particular the photograph on the bottom-right, which shows Kailee exhibiting a particularly captivating demeanour. It's a highly romantic expression, with the model looking away, but seemingly gazing within, lost in sweetly melancholy thoughts.
Now, here are the images brightened:
Kailee is a buxom beauty, and wisely adopts outfits that emphasize her generous figure. The narrow (rather than wide) belt is an excellent choice, indicating the wearer's shape without compressing her soft waist. The brighter images also better reveal her lovely hairstyle, with her tresses flowing over her bare skin, drawing the eye towards her seductive decolletage. It's an extremely attractive hairstyle on Miss O'Sullivan, a way of tying back the hair somewhat to reveal the shape of the face (which, in Kailee's case, is round and feminine, not androgynously oval--hence her beauty), yet still showing off volume, and alluringly flowing waves.
The stats provided with the images indicate that Kailee's figure--displayed so memorably in Glamour magazine last year--is essentially unchanged:
One always wishes that Miss O'Sullivan might become fuller-figured someday, but she is an extraordinary beauty, and, to her great credit, has never appeared in any advertisements for anti-plus companies (which is the worst betrayal that any model can commit). We continue to look forward to her future campaigns.