The first swimsuit day of summer can feel intimidating. TODAY Style asked nine women to share their insecurities, and they had more in common than not.
TODAY's Hoda Kotb writes a letter to her daughter, Haley Joy, in honor of 'Love Your Body' week.
TODAY's Jenna Bush Hager writes a letter to her daughters, Mila and Poppy, in honor of 'Love Your Body' week.
TODAY's Savannah Guthrie writes a letter to her daughter, Vale, in honor of 'Love Your Body' week.
Supermodel Ashley Graham explains how she looks past the critical comments and stays positive.
Allison Kimmey couldn't believe her ears when her young daughter called her fat, but she turned it into a lesson on body positivity.
Plus-size model Candice Huffine opens up about how running marathons changed her perspective on her body.
Allison Kimmey's journey to loving her body has been long, but the mom-of-two hopes she can raise her kids to be confident from the start.
Misty Copeland, the American Ballet Theatre's first African-American female principal, urges women "to have a positive view of yourself."
You know her as Dayanara Diaz on "Orange Is the New Black," but star Dascha Polanco has also become a leader in the body-positive movement.
From fitness bloggers who get real about their bodies, to women who face their fears and put on a swimsuit, these stories inspire us.
Aly Raisman spoke with TODAY Style to share her beauty philosophy, self-confidence tips and style heroes (including her mom).
Bobbie Thomas, Jill Martin and Lilliana Vazquez open up about what they love about the way they look.
Fitness personality Emily Skye shares how gaining 28 pounds changed far more than her body composition.
From expanding options for plus-size shoppers to creating clothes for people with disabilities, these designers are all about inclusion.
"It feels really amazing to be able to pay it forward. I want to be able to be that hero for someone else."
"Dancing with the Stars" judge Julianne Hough opens up about learning to love her legs and finding body confidence in the spotlight.
It can be hard to tell illusion from reality on social media. But when it comes to keeping it real, these are the stars we know we can trust.
Kids learn body positivity from their mothers, one mom reminded us in a viral Facebook post.
Madison Haulter wasn't expecting body-shamers when she shared photos from prom, but when they attacked, she had the perfect response.
Has Dove taken body positivity too literally with these "curvy and slender" soap bottles?
If you think mannequins in clothing stores look a little unrealistic — and not just because they're plastic — you're not alone.
Model Ashley Graham shares some body confidence advice from her mother about cellulite.
It's not every day you see a 95-year-old modeling a cold-shoulder top on Instagram — but thanks to Ernestine Stollberg it could be.
Fashion designer Christian Siriano believes women are beautiful at any size — and his Spring 2018 bridal collection proves it.
We are once again in awe of Lauren Hutton's beauty after seeing her latest campaign for Calvin Klein underwear.
A mom spoke out after she was targeted by a woman selling body-toning products to postpartum mothers.
Universal Standard is a clothing company that will exchange clothing for a different size if it no longer fits for up to one year.
Model Liza Golden-Bhojwani once nearly starved herself to stay thin. Now, she's an inspiring plus-sized model.
Wrestling star Nia Jax recently opened up with a message promoting self-confidence, posting a rare photo of herself in a swimsuit to celebrate her body.
Amy Schumer fans defend her InStyle magazine cover photo shoot.
Even the most confident people have days where they don't feel great about themselves, but Michelle Rogers isn't going to let that stop her.
As the first Miss Teen USA contestant to wear a hijab and a burkini in the competition, Halima Aden wants to clear a few misconceptions.
Country superstar Faith Hill is approaching 50, but you won't find her perched in front of the mirror worrying about a few wrinkles.
Prince Harry's girlfriend, Meghan Markle, opened up about being labeled 'racially ambiguous' in a moving interview with Allure.
Target's latest swimwear campaign features real women of all sizes as their gloriously unedited selves.
After Katie Driscoll noticed the lack of people with different abilities in advertising and media, she decided to do something about it.
LiviRae Lingerie in Kennesaw, Georgia was told to remove a body-positive ad campaign, but they fought back.
Would you say this outfit is inappropriate for a job interview? Rosie Reilly sparked controversy when she shared her story on Twitter.
Nike's new extended size range, which will be offered in sizes 1X-3X, is cut to flatter women who aren't straight up and down.
Ashley Tisdale isn't letting the body-shamers bring her down.
Christian Siriano featured models of all shapes and sizes on the New York Fashion Week runway, and one very special T-shirt.