FASHION brands may be becoming more size inclusive this can sometimes be lacking, especially when it comes to celebrity or influencer collaborations.
With Boohoo recently launching their summer collection in collaboration with actress Megan Fox, fashionistas were quick to wonder just how inclusive this range will be, and if it lives up to the hype.
Andrea had mixed feelings on the suit she orderedCredit: youtube
The one size dress actually did fit Andrea, which she was shocked byCredit: youtube
One fashion youtuber, Andrea Buller, ordered a haul of the collection to test just how well these clothes would fit someone with a midsize body.
The first item she tried on was the premium mirror disc mini dress, which she purchased for $100. The dress is currently on sale in the UK with 15% off at £59.50.
The dress only comes in a small, medium, or large, with Andrea purchasing the large.
“Please keep in mind, this goes for $100,” quips Andrea, before showing that the dress can’t even get over bust.
She adds that the style of the dress reminds her of room divider curtains from the 90s and early 2000s, and that she feels as if it gives the aesthetic of “a yassified version of the mediaeval times.”
Andrea adds that this dress would likely fit more petite people, who are not midsize, adding that some people could potentially wear this as a “standing dress” as long as they didn’t sit down, move, eat or breathe while wearing it.
The next item in the fashionista’s haul is the premium satin cowl neck drape maxi dress, which currently has 60% off on the UK site, and is available from sizes 6 to 24.
Before showing this Andrea gives a quick interlude revealing that after filming she changed her mind on this dress, saying:
“What you’re about to see is similar to when your friend shows you a photo of someone new that they’re dating, and then you look at the photo and it’s the most disgusting rat you’ve ever seen in your life.”
Adding that this is what she did with the dress and “post-breakup I now realise it’s disgusting.”
Back to trying the dress on, she really loves the colour and fabric, before pointing out the dress was clearly not made with those with bigger busts in mind, and that she feels like she looks like “the statue of liberty’s ugly stepsister.”
The next item in the haul is the premium diamonte mesh midi dress, which is currently sold out in the UK.
This dress comes in one size, with Andrea adding, “I’m always interested to see is one size truly one size, if you’re above a size 10 (UK12) or 12 (UK14) then you know that is not true.”
The first thing the youtuber points out is that the dress is actually somewhat different to the one worn by Megan Fox in the promo pictures, as it has just one slit in the sides and the neckline is slightly different.
Wearing the dress Andrea jokes, “do I look like Megan Fox?”
Talking about the dress she adds that the shoulder seam is a bit strange, and lies on the bicep instead, making the seam under the armpit really tight.
“Does this technically fit me?” asks Andrea, “Yeah, for the first time since like tenth grade, something that is one size actually fits me.”
However she adds that it may not fit someone who is plus-size or with bigger boobs.
“I feel like a badass when I wear this,” says Andrea, adding that the blazer “isn’t going to keep you warm in the winter, but you’re not going to die of heat exhaustion in the summer.”
At 5’3 she says the trousers are a bit too long for her to wear without heels, and she says that she’s not a fan of the top, and expected more structure given that it says it’s a corset top.
The final item in her haul is the premium oversized cargo wide leg trousers, which she ordered in the wrong size and is too big for her, but adds that she will reorder them in the right size.
The dress which, she says, makes her look like the statue of liberty’s ugly stepsisterCredit: youtube
Even in a size large, this dress wouldn’t go over her bustCredit: youtube
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