I’m a size 24 and my friend is an 8 – we tried on the same Sainsbury’s dress to see how it looked on our different bodies

TWO women of different sizes tried on the same dress from Sainsbury’s Tu Clothing to show how it looks on their body types.

Laura is a size 24 and appeared in a video alongside her size eight friend as they donned the £32 Pink Daisy Embroidery Puff Sleeve Midi Dress from the supermarket range.

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Two women tried on the same Tu at Sainsbury’s dress to show how it looks on different body shapesCredit: Tiktok/@perks_of_being_laura
Both women looked stunning in the daisy print midi dress

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Both women looked stunning in the daisy print midi dressCredit: Tiktok/@perks_of_being_laura
They also styled the dresses differently, with Laura pairing hers with a pair of flat white sandals

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They also styled the dresses differently, with Laura pairing hers with a pair of flat white sandalsCredit: Tiktok/@perks_of_being_laura
Her friend teamed her dress with a pair of darker sandals and wore her sunglasses

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Her friend teamed her dress with a pair of darker sandals and wore her sunglassesCredit: Tiktok/@perks_of_being_laura

“Same dress @TuClothing – different sizes,” Laura captioned her TikTok video.

They also styled the dress differently.

Laura opted to pair it with a pair of white flat sandals, with a pair of sunglasses perched on top of her head.

While her friend teamed it with black sandals and wore her sunglasses to show how perfect the dress is for the summer.

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“Both are gorgeous but I have to say I prefer the 24,” one person commented on the video.

“Beautiful girls,” added another.

While someone else wrote: ‘I love tesco clothes because everyone near me has closed their changing rooms.’

“I wonder why they did that,” Laura replied.

Laura frequently shares her plus size fashion finds on her social media pages and shops at stores such as River Island and New Look, as well as websites such as ASOS, In The Style and Shein.

But she’ll never post something if she doesn’t want to — an important message she took to TikTok to share earlier this week.

“You should never feel guilty for not posting on social media,” she began.

“The reason you post on social media is because you want to.

“Even when it comes to working with brands, you should only create things that you want to create, on your terms – no one else’s.

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“You should never be dictated by what you should post and when.

“So remember that.”

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