With her good looks and phenomenal curves, she has all the pin-up girl credentials.
And Ashley James was portraying this to perfection as she showed off her assets in a stunning new shoot portraying herself as a ‘modern day
Speaking exclusively to MailOnline, the 28-year-old blogger and radio host discussed female empowerment before revealing she was avoiding
men for the next six months to prevent them ‘dragging her down’.

Ashley proved herself to be the perfect modern day pin-up girl in the smouldering black and white shoot, in which she exhibited yet another string
to her vast bow.
One of the boldest images saw Ashley sporting a tiny black bikini layered beneath a shearling coat with her hair styled into a flawless blonde
waves and large gold hoops giving a Seventies feel to the look.

The stunning shoot also saw Ashley slip into a Baywatch style swimming costume as she gazed into the distance, borrowing from the Nineties in
her ‘through the ages’ pin-up looks.
Other sultry images from the shoot saw her rock a skin-tight acid wash mini dress which struggled to contain her chest before she changed into a
chic getup comprising of a shirt knotted at the waist and high-rise flares.

Having launched her career on E4 reality show Made In Chelsea, Ashley’s love life has frequently played out in front of the cameras, notably her
relationship with Ollie Locke, Matt Richardson and a rumoured romance with David Walliams.
Yet having recently become single, the stunner revealed she can issue wonderful advice herself but struggles with her own love life – leading to her
vow to stay away from men.
She said: ‘I am actually really good at giving love advice and a lot of my friends seek my advice. However I am awful at following my own advice
and my love life is usually a disaster. I’ve actually decided to avoid men for 6 months as they were the only thing in life dragging me down.’
Despite sporting just swimwear in some shots, Ashley was insistent she felt totally comfortable throughout as she said: ‘The shoot definitely
helped me to feel sexy and empowered because I loved the hair and makeup… It was great to belong to an era I admire, if only for a day.’