I'm a size 18 & found the perfect Missguided bikinis for summer from £8 – people say I should cover up but don't care | The Sun

I'm a size 18 & found the perfect Missguided bikinis for summer from £8 – people say I should cover up but don't care | The Sun

GOING bikini shopping may leave you feeling insecure as you feel too exposed or not be happy with the shape of your body. 

However, TikTok influencer Holly Marston is helping thousands of people to learn to feel comfortable in their own skin. 


Holly, who has over 118k followers on TikTok, often shares videos of what clothes really look like when they are off the model. 

Holly, who is a size 18, will buy clothes from online stores including Asos and Misguidded often saying: “You don’t have to be skinny to be pretty.” 

The caption on her profile also says: “Ur (SIC) hot any size.” 

And now summer is here, many Brits will be looking to see what swimming costumes and bikinis they will like the most. 

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So Holly tested some out from Missguided and proved anyone can wear these bikinis.

The video had over 17k people loving it, with many flocking to the comments sections. 

One wrote: “You look incredible in EVERY single one girl!!!!”

Another added: “Girl you are STUNNING i can’t.”

Someone else said: “This is literally the perfect body.” 

However, unfortunately she also gets backlash from trolls too. 

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One wrote: “Probably better off getting something more suitable for the gym.” 

But it doesn’t faze her, as continues to post body positivity with many people constantly commenting how they make them “feel so good” about themselves and their bodies.

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