Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Body Measurements Including Height, Weight, Dress Size, Shoe Size, Bra Size

Alexandra Ocasio Height Weight Bra Size Body Measurements


Here are Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s body measurements. In the table below, you will be able to find information about her height, weight, shoe size, dress size, bra size, and more.

Alexandria came to this world on October 13, 1989, in New York City, New York. Her family was poor and initially Puerto-Rican immigrants. Something awful happened when Alexandria was young, namely that her father died of lung cancer. This meant that Alexandria had to start working to earn a living. She began to work as a bartender in a local restaurant. This way, she was able to help pay her family’s bills.

It is impressive that Alexandria achieved so much despite all her hardships. To name a few things, she earned a bachelor’s degree in economics and international relations at Boston University’s College of Arts and Sciences. How amazing it is that she won the Democratic Party primary election, despite the fact she was an underdog. To imagine that this would lead to a seat in the U.S. House of Representatives!

Body Measurements Table

All body measurements you might be interested in can be found in the table below. For example height, weight and dress size.

Body shape:Hourglass
Dress size: 8
Breasts-Waist-Hips: 36-25-36 inches (91-64-91 cm)
Shoe size:6.5
Bra size: 34D
Cup size (US):D
Height: 5’ 3” (160 cm)
Weight: 125 pounds (57 kg)
Natural breasts or implants: Natural

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Net Worth

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“I wake up every day, and I’m a Puerto Rican girl from the Bronx. Every single day.” (Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez)

“I was born in a place where your ZIP code determines your destiny.” (Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez)

“When we talk about the word ‘socialism,’ I think what it really means is just democratic participation in our economic dignity and our economic, social, and racial dignity. It is about direct representation and people actually having power and stake over their economic and social wellness, at the end of the day.” (Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez)

“Healthcare as a human right, it means that every child, no matter where you are born, should have access to a college or trade-school education if they so choose it, and I think no person should be homeless if we can have public structures and public policy to allow for people to have homes and food and lead a dignified life in the United States.” (Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez)

“We are fighting for an unapologetic movement for economic, social, and racial justice in the United States.” (Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez)