How tall is Anne Vyalitsyna

Anne Vyalitsyna's Height

5ft 9 ½ (176.5 cm)

Russian-American model. In 2003 at her WhyNot agency she was listed "Height 5'9.5", Bust 31.5, Waist 23.5, Hips 33.5, Shoes 8"

How tall is Anne V
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Average Guess (12 Votes)
5ft 9.48in (176.5cm)
Sandy Cowell said on 15/Sep/18
@ Nik - The look of 'perfection' can be blamed on the media. It's dreadful that celebrities are so severely criticised about every single aspect of their bodies, not to mention their dress sense or lack thereof. Consequently, they seek a quick 'fix' from a plastic surgeon and then members of the public, especially young ones, feel obliged to follow suit, costing them money, causing them great pain and risking the slippery slope to addiction.

I prefer the fun 'South Park' style of dealing with one's problems: look on the brighter, funnier side! They find humour in absolutely everything!

Cheers Nik! πŸ˜ŠπŸ‘πŸ©
Sandy Cowell said on 14/Sep/18
@ MaryAnne - I agree that their height will be of great interest to people, not to mention they don't half brighten the place up! πŸ˜ŠπŸ‘ 😘
MAD SAM said on 14/Sep/18
This woman is amazing 😍 she could well be 177 cm on a good day !
Nik said on 13/Sep/18
@ Sandy Cowell - It would be nice if the basic requirement of good health was sufficient for most people and if we all accepted ourselves and other people for how we all are. It is a shame that people are sometimes not happy with the way they were made physically, nobody should feel the need to change their physical appearance in order to have a so called better look. I would not advise anyone to have their legs lengthened either, if it means changing yourself and having to endure excruciating pain then I would strongly discourage anyone from doing so.
MaryAnne said on 12/Sep/18
Dear Sandy Candy😍 Less is never more!πŸ’‹ I want more models to be added. I am insatiable.
cat said on 10/Sep/18
so the guy next to her is 5'11" give or take some change?
Editor Rob
Adam is 5ft 11 or arguably a strong one
Sandy Cowell said on 10/Sep/18
@ MaryAnne - I thought she was one of yours! I remember coming across a model by the name of Anne before...

@ Nik - You would think that the basic requirement of good health would suffice for most people! It's a sign of the times, and everyone wants perfection by hook or by crook and sometimes via cosmetic surgery. I mean, fancy going through surgery to get your legs lengthened? It must be excruciating! 'South Park' did a good take on that one, using Kyle, who was desperate to be a basketball player. The consequences were hilarious, as was the method!
littlesue said on 9/Sep/18
berta said on 7/Sep/18
how can e person have 23,5 inch waist? i dont think that is true. my biceps is 50 cm / 20 inch and looking at it and her waist at the photo, well there is more that 3,5 inches beetween us. :P

can be done, I had a 24 inch waist up until I had my lads, look at pics of the models from the 40's and 50's. The Dior models could never have a waist over 21 inches which was made 18 inches with the corsets
Animus said on 9/Sep/18
It's definitely possible for a skinnier girl to have a 23Β½in waist.
Editor Rob
In Anne's case, I wouldn't have thought she had a waist that small, but maybe at her very skinniest it could be.
Nik said on 8/Sep/18
@ Paul Wood - Winning the genetic lottery is being healthy for me though.
Nik said on 7/Sep/18
She does look every bit her listed height!
MaryAnne said on 7/Sep/18
Wow I was absent for a few days and it was not until when I just came here that I found out Beautiful Anne has finally a page! Natasha Poly is so much wanted!!!
berta said on 7/Sep/18
how can e person have 23,5 inch waist? i dont think that is true. my biceps is 50 cm / 20 inch and looking at it and her waist at the photo, well there is more that 3,5 inches beetween us. :P
Sandy Cowell said on 7/Sep/18
Anne has the sort of measurements ideal for a tall, slender catwalk model. She's the sort of girl who can wear anything!

5ft9.5? You bet!
Paul Wood said on 6/Sep/18
Looking at this photo, I just thought 'some people really win the genetic lottery'.

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