USUALLY when we want to shop, most people will head in store or online and trawl through the rails to see if there's anything you fancy.
However, it appears that there is a new technique to bagging a wardrobe filled with the most recent must-haves.
It seems that social media is the place to go now, as it's filled with fashion fans trying on different outfits and sharing videos for others to get inspiration.
And Jess, who goes by the name of midsizefashioinspo on TikTok and is a size 14, is doing exactly this.
She has managed to gain over 300.6k followers just by sharing videos of her showing what outfits look like on a woman who is mid size.
It helps her followers to get inspiration for fashion outfits, and also tips on how to dress to your shape.
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In one video which has been viewed over 201.8k times, Jess replicates Molly Maes outfit for cheap.
She first displays a picture of former Love Islander Molly-Mae Hague wearing a top, shirt, and jean combo accessorised with a bag.
Jess captions the picture: “What this looks like on a size 14.”
She then films herself modelling her own version of the outfit.
Over 5,000 social media users interacted with the video, and some even rushed to the comments section to share their opinions and ask her where the outfit is from.
Jess, herself, commented: “Top is ‘I Saw It First, bag is PLT [Pretty Little Thing], jeans are Meshki, shirt is Asos.”
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Others commented on her video by writing: “You give me so much confidence to wear things like this as I am also size 12 and I hate showing my belly or arms or legs thank you.”
And another wrote: “You look gorgeous in everything. My inspiration for self confidence.”
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