Georgia Love calls out the fashion trend that assumes every woman has ‘six-pack’ abs: ‘Not every female wants to wear crop tops and cut-outs’

Former Bachelorette star Georgia Love has called out the fashion industry and the latest trend of crop tops and cut-out clothing. 

The 33-year-old shared a passionate plea to clothing brands to make clothes that suit women of all shapes and sizes and not just those with ‘six-pack’ abs. 

In an Instagram story on Monday, Georgia said she wants to splash some cash on clothes, but can’t find anything without cut-outs at the sides. 

On Monday, Georgia Love called out the fashion trend that assumes every woman has ‘six-pack’ abs: ‘Not every female wants to wear crop tops and cut-outs’

‘PSA for clothing brands: Not every female wants to wear crop tops and cut-outs!’ she began. 

‘I can only assume we’re all expected to have six packs (spoiler alert: most of us don’t) or do you just not want the business of those of us who don’t?’

She added: ‘I want to shop and can’t find anything without bloody cut-outs!’

Inclusive clothing: The 33-year-old shared a passionate plea to clothing brands to make clothes that suit women of all shapes and sizes, and not just those with 'six-pack' abs

Inclusive clothing: The 33-year-old shared a passionate plea to clothing brands to make clothes that suit women of all shapes and sizes, and not just those with ‘six-pack’ abs

'I can only assume we're all expected to have six packs (spoiler alert: most of us don't) or do you just not want the business of those of us who don't?'

‘I can only assume we’re all expected to have six packs (spoiler alert: most of us don’t) or do you just not want the business of those of us who don’t?’

It comes after Georgia broke her silence on the weekend after a string of online scandals left her facing backlash from fans and detractors alike. 

Speaking to Stellar magazine, Georgia said she has struggled with the onslaught of criticism.

‘I wasn’t good for quite a while and have been dealing with that ever since,’ she told the publication.

The former reality star went on to say that in today’s cancel culture full of ‘angry and unforgiving’ people no one is safe, and she has called for more empathy.

'I wasn't good for quite a while': It comes after Georgia broke her silence on the weekend after a string of online scandals left her facing backlash from fans and detractors alike. Speaking to Stellar magazine, Georgia said she has struggled with the onslaught of criticism

‘I wasn’t good for quite a while’: It comes after Georgia broke her silence on the weekend after a string of online scandals left her facing backlash from fans and detractors alike. Speaking to Stellar magazine, Georgia said she has struggled with the onslaught of criticism

‘People seem to have lost their empathy and understanding of people being humans. Everyone expects everyone to do everything right all the time,’ she said. 

‘If we have a world where nobody is making any mistakes, then show me behind the curtain… because that’s just not possible.’ 

Georgia added that people like her, ‘should be able to say sorry, show they are sorry, and move on. The way the world is at the moment isn’t allowing that to happen.’ 

She and her husband Lee Elliott had to delete all their holiday photos from their Saudi Arabia trip after backlash from fans for promoting the region.

Critics quickly piled on the former Channel Seven reporter.

Controversy: She and her husband Lee Elliott had to delete all their holiday photos from their Saudi Arabia trip after backlash from fans for promoting the region

Controversy: She and her husband Lee Elliott had to delete all their holiday photos from their Saudi Arabia trip after backlash from fans for promoting the region

Entertainment journalist Peter Ford tweeted a link to a news article revealing Saudi Arabia recently ‘executed 81 convicts in a single day’.

Ford added: ‘This is the country Georgia Love accepted a free trip to visit. Of the 81 you can be sure there is a disproportionate number of women, gays & possibly journalists. Did you really need a freebie trip that badly Georgia?’

Lee later defended their trip and said the he and Georgia were ‘not being paid’ to visit and don’t in any way endorse ‘behaviours of the past or human rights violations that have occurred in this country’. 

Meanwhile, Seven previously yanked the reality TV star off the air and moved her to a behind-the-scenes role after she received backlash for a ‘racist’ Instagram post.

The journalist had sparked backlash for sharing footage of a cat behind the window of an Asian restaurant and writing: ‘Shop attendant or lunch?!’

She deleted the video an hour later and apologised for causing ‘offence’, but at the time denied the post had any racist ‘insinuation’.

Making headlines: Meanwhile, Seven previously yanked the reality TV star off the air and moved her to a behind-the-scenes role after she received backlash for a 'racist' Instagram post

Making headlines: Meanwhile, Seven previously yanked the reality TV star off the air and moved her to a behind-the-scenes role after she received backlash for a ‘racist’ Instagram post

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