A FASHION guru has revealed a handful of pieces that she got from Boohoo that flattered her size 14 figure.
Wearing a UK size 18, the woman is guiding the internet on what the brand has to offer for a mid-size body.
Kristina Zias, @KristinaZias on TikTok, started her video by trying on a black bodysuit.
Complete with cups in the chest area, the well-tailored black ruching creates a nice streamlined effect.
“I feel like it’s such a great layering piece,” she said of the timeless basic.
“I’m going to be styling it with pants and skirts, but I wanted to show it to you solo as well,” she said while wearing the suit alone and showing off bare legs.
Kristina said of the next piece in her haul: “I’m obsessed with these cargo pants.”
Most of her rave for the tan pants was focused on fit.
“They’re still loose enough in my legs but they hold my stomach in.”
Remembering the important things, she said: “They’re still flattering on my butt, especially for cargos.”
Kristina goes on to call the length of the pantlegs “perfect.”
She plans to use them as a fall staple for the upcoming layering fashion season.
Popping on a zebra-print long-sleeve minidress, she said: “Where are we going, because I need to wear this dress out.”
Kristina confesses to being a consistent fan of the pattern.
“This dress is sexy. I love that it has long sleeves and a mock neck.”
The tight dress seems to hug her body perfectly, and is accentuated by the knee-high boots she accessorized it with.
Nearly identical to the cargo pant is Boohoo’s cargo trouser.
Don’t be fooled, though, as Kristina can spot the difference: “I love that it’s a different material and a different fit than the first ones I just tried on.”
A peach high-waisted skirt was less of a hit with the fashion fan.
While she adores the “drape, pleated detail of this skirt,” she wishes she would’ve downsized.
“It’s pretty large on me,” she said while showing the back of the skirt that visibly has plenty of room.
Kristina said that a size smaller would flatter her a lot more, and give the effect of an even more mini skirt.
“I know orange for fall isn’t groundbreaking,” she says, but she still fell in love with a long-sleeve, high-neck midi dress in a creamsicle color.
The style guru cautions that shapewear underneath the dress is what allows her to have a seamless, underwear-free appearance.
Every item Kristina showed is under $30.
She conveniently linked them in her bio to make serving these looks as easy as can be for her followers.