Luckily, TikTokers are looking to change that by inviting viewers into a virtual fitting room to witness the good, the bad and even the ugly. Made famous by viral influencers such as Remi Bader and Diana Dare, the trend sees curvy women trying on fast fashion outfits and giving their honest to goodness opinions (quotable lines from Bader include: “Is this supposed to be a dress?” And, “Why, sizing department, why?!”).
Whether it’s an unflattering fabric, strange silhouette or a size 14 that feels more like a six, these creators give a whole new meaning to the term Fashion Police as they call out the culprits contributing to body insecurities. Outside of the humorous commentary, these videos go beyond entertainment by inviting viewers to join the size-inclusivity conversation.
Diana Di Poce of Dare Magazine — a curvy fashionista who has taken part in this trend and garnered over 100,000 followers — calls these TikTok plus-size fashion try-ons a “gamechanger.” She explains that watching plus-size influencers post their shopping hauls reminds us that we’re not alone. “I’ve blamed myself for the clothing not fitting, instead of looking at the brand and their lack of sizing,” Di Poce says.
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