These days, people don't like to hear that they shouldn't wear certain clothes based on their body shape and size.
In fact, The Oprah Winfrey Magazine was under fire earlier this year for saying that you should only wear a crop top "If (and only if!) you have a flat stomach" resulting in thousands of women of all shapes posting pictures wearing crop tops using #RockTheCrop.
Now, a fashion brand is trying to rid women of body confidence issues all together when it comes to choosing what to wear.
In Amazon Fashion's new campaign, I Wish I Could Wear, three women in the fashion industry share their fashion gripes because of how they look.
London blogger Marsha wishes she could wear high heels, Albino model Ingrid wishes she could rock a bold color and Ana, a plus-size activist, wishes she could wear trendy clothes without looking pregnant. Check out the video below!
"We created this campaign with the hope that it would help to empower women to wear what they like, and not feel limited by their perceived flaws," says Siobhan Mallen from Amazon Fashion.
"It was important for us to involve Ingrid, Ana and Marsha—three strong and stylish women who dress for themselves and celebrate what makes them different."
This article originally appeared on Cosmopolitan.co.uk. Minor edits have been made by the Cosmo.ph editors.