A SIZE 22 fashion fan has got people guessing where her bargain outfit is from.
Ali has modelled a stylish outfit which she claims will help to snatch plus size girls in at the waist.
Ali, who goes by the name of Im.winging.it.too, shared her fashion update to her 28.3k TikTok followers.
In the video, she said: “Get ready with me, size 22, you won’t believe where my leggings and dress are from.”
And in the caption of the video, she wrote: “Guys can you believe they are from Poundland?”
In the video Ali shows herself getting dressed.
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She says so I started “pulling up my pants, I put on these amazing Poundland leggings."
Ali continues: "I literally wear them everyday and this dress is also from Poundland and I love the way it fits my figure.
“It nips you in a little bit at the waist, it flares out of the bottom, it’s lovely.”
The leggings are black and the dress is a dark yellow floral dress.
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Poundland’s clothing brand is called Pep&Co which is a value clothing chain, owned and operated by their parent company Pepkor.
The brand was created by former Asda chief executive Andy Bond and former head of Sainsbury's clothing business Adrian Mountford.
Their budget clothes start from £4, and anything from trousers, to dresses and tops can all be purchased from them.
Ali continues the video by showing off the rest of her getting ready routing.
She says: “Then I decided to show you how I do my quick, quick makeup.
“I slap on a little bit of moisturiser, slap on a bit of boring CC cream, a little bit of bronzer, lots of concealer under the eyes, a bit of mascara, tidy up the eyebrows and a bit a blusher and sort my hair out a bit more.
“Yeah, looking alright.”
Many rushed to the comments section to share their thoughts.
One wrote: “I'm a size 22 and you don't look like a 22 to me you look more like an 18 compared to me. looking great hun.”
To which Ali replied: “People can look at such different sizes. I’m 5ft11 so it’s quite spread out! You look stunning in your profile picture.”
Another complimented Ali by writing: “You look lovely.”
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A third said: “Size 22? You’re skinnier than that.”
To which Ali replied: “I’m definitely not and I don’t mind either.”
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