We’re sizes 6 -18 & all tried on the same dress – it’s basically the look of the year | The Sun

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WOMEN who range from sizes 6-18 have all shown how the same summer dress flatters each of their figures.

The video was posted on Silk Fred's Instagram along with a caption which read: "The Adelyn dress IS the moment."


The colourful dress in question is the 'Adelyn Midi Dress Green/Pink Mixed Animal' by Girl In Mind, which retails at £40.00.

It features frill sleeve detail and a side skirt slit, along with a unique, pretty print.

The four women are all different shapes, sizes and heights – including a size 6 model who is 5'1, a size 10 at 5'7, size 16 who measures 5'10 tall and a size 18 who is 5'4.

And the versatile frocks shows off each of their shapes perfectly.

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The post has been flooded with messages of support from fashion fans – with many praising its inclusivity.

"It's good you show all sizes of models," enthused one.

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A second penned: "I’ve just brought this dress and it’s so flattering and stunning!"

A third pointed out: "It's good that you show a lot of shapes and sizes wearing the same dress BUT not all 5"1's are a size 6!"

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Meanwhile, a fourth quipped: "I'm 10 and 5"1. Maybe they'll give me the gig!"

And a further added: "Just age missing to be fully inclusive.. .. otherwise (clapping hands emoji)."

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