I'm a fashion pro - my friends and I are sizes 6-22 - we all tried on the same 5 Fashion Nova swimsuits - Upsmag - Magazine News


I’m a fashion pro – my friends and I are sizes 6-22 – we all tried on the same 5 Fashion Nova swimsuits

AS clothing ranges become more body-positive and inclusive, online shopping hauls have become better than ever.

With people sizes XS to 4X comparing their looks online, you no longer have to use your imagination to see your body type represented in fashionable clothes.

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Youtuber Debbie Crown was joined by her friends to try on five swimsuit looks from Fashion NovaCredits: YOUTUBE/Debbie Crown
The friends' first look was a strapless floral bikini with high-waisted bottoms and a cover-up

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The friends’ first look was a strapless floral bikini with high-waisted bottoms and a cover-upCredits: YOUTUBE/Debbie Crown

While the fashion industry is gradually becoming more inclusive, there is still quite a divide in the clothes available to straight-sized people compared to those considered as plus-sized.

YouTuber Debbie Crown enlisted her friends of all sizes to try on Fashion Nova swimsuits in sizes 6, 12, 18, and 22.

The girls tried on five different looks from the collection and reviewed them for viewers and potential buyers.

For their first look, the girls tried on the Vixen on Vacation 3-piece suit.

the $32 green floral strapless bikini comes with a cover wrap and high-waisted bottoms.

Debbie’s friend Elizabeth, who wears a size 18, said she was excited about the beach cover aspect of the suit as she joked she loves “anything that covers up my arms, back, legs and shoulders.”

While Debbie, size 12, and Elizabeth were not overly impressed with the support the top provided, they praised the look on their friends Manira, size 6, and Eni, size 22.

The second look was an orange strappy one-piece suit which cost just $25.

Manira expressed her love for the color, which her friends said “really compliments [her] skintone.”

Eni joked that the strappy look left her a bit over-exposed: “Everywhere is spilling out. Breasts, bottom. Everything.”

The next look was a $20 long-sleeved black bikini with a green floral pattern.

Unfortunately, Fashion Nova did not deliver Debbie’s size so she sat this look out.

Debbie's friends tried on a long-sleeved bikini which they joked gave them both a wedgie and no breast support

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Debbie’s friends tried on a long-sleeved bikini which they joked gave them both a wedgie and no breast supportCredits: YOUTUBE/Debbie Crown

While the friends had some initial confusion over which way the bikini bottom was meant to sit, both Elizabeth and Eni said it was giving them a “wedgie.”

The girls also agreed that the top, while pretty and unique, provided little to no support and left them feeling uncomfortable.

A $22 colorful cutout one-piece had all the girls simply saying “no” as they struggled to avoid any nip slips.

Elizabeth said she felt “very uncomfortable” as she felt if she moved or “bent over there will be spillage.”

Debbie and her friends tried this black one-piece with a corset-like neckline

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Debbie and her friends tried this black one-piece with a corset-like necklineCredits: YOUTUBE/Debbie Crown

The final look was a $25 black laced one-piece with a plunging necklinemodeled by Debbie, Elizabeth, and Manira.

While Debbie and Manira agreed the sexy suit made them feel “snatched,” Elizabeth said it was uncomfortable, to which the girls agreed it hurt their necks to wear.

The comments section was full of positive feedback for the haul.

One user wrote: “Love the diversity in these hauls.”

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Another viewer agreed with this sentiment: “I feel like these videos are great for people with body dysmorphia. I always think I’m bigger than I am, so it’s nice to see the difference in these girls’ bodies to figure out what I actually look like. They all look beautiful.”

A third comment said: “I love the body diversity, size inclusivity, and sisterhood in this video. Watching you ladies support each other and point out each other’s assets is beautiful.”

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