THERE'S no denying that certain clothes can often look very different on different bodies.
Two friends have decided to set up a TikTok account, to show how the same clothes look on different sized bodies – a size 10 and a size 22.
The body positive influencers named Iz and El, who are known on TikTok as ‘straighttothecurve’, regularly share videos of their fashion hauls.
The pair recently shared a short video to TikTok where they show "different styles on two different body types."
The fashion duo styled a range of clothes from Missguided, to demonstrate how they looked on a size 10 body and a size 22 figure.
In the clip, El, who is a size 10 said: “Hello everyone, it’s Iz and El here – we’re a geo-fashion account showing different styles on two different body types.”
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Iz – who is plus size – explained: “So we are bringing you a lovely Missguided haul today – a lot of summery pieces.”
The stylish influencers started the haul both wearing a casual but stylish green dress.
El said: “The first thing is this sage front towelling ruched mini dress.
“I do wish I got a size above because I do feel I’m going to pop out of it any minute, but it’s giving me my very own boob job.
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“It’s a very nice holiday dress”.
Iz then added: “I’m wearing it in a size 24, which is a much better fit for me, however I would only wear this on holiday over a bikini, as I do think it’s a bit risky”.
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The next item was a stunning pink co-ord set.
El said: “The next item is this co-ord – I’ve got a corset and a shorts set. I’m wearing a size 10 in these.”
Iz added: “I am wearing the matching long-sleeve shirt and shorts. I’m wearing a 22 in the shirt and a 24 in the bottoms.
“I am wearing this open, with a green bralette underneath, but you could also wear it tied up or buttoned up.”
Following this is a white blouse and sage green shorts combo.
El explained: “Another item on this haul is the plunge hem blouse and the sage elasticated runner shorts, I got these both in a size 10.”
Iz said: “And I am wearing a 24 in the shorts and a 22 in the top.
“I’ve decided to wear my shirt tucked in and Ellie has decided to wear hers tucked out.”
El then claimed: “This is the perfect outfit, you can dress it up, I’ve worn these shorts with a jumper and trainers but then some heels would be cute as well.”
Iz also added: “I’ve also worn the blouse with some wide-leg jeans and some platform sandals.”
The final item was a glam white knitted dress – it looks brilliant on both.
El concluded: “The final item of this haul is a white high-neck mini dress, this would be perfect for autumn with some tights as it’s a knitted material.”
The fashionista’s video has clearly impressed many, as it has racked up 39k views.
It has 3,800 likes, 27 comments and 12 shares.
TikTok users loved the video and took to the comments to express this.
One person said: “The green dress looks so good on you both!!”
Another added: “Love love the white dress on both of you gorgeous girlies”.
A third commented: “I am obsessed with watching these types of videos on YouTube so now I’ve found you guys!!!
"Definitely going on a binge watching”.
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Someone else explained: “I love the fact you’re showing the same clothes on different body sizes.
"I’ve been a size 10 before the pandemic, I’m now a size 20-22.. so seeing videos like this makes me feel so so comfortable”.
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