I’m a size 22 & I did an Asos haul – here are the bits you need to get immediately | The Sun

IT’S always hard try to find occasion wear on a tight schedule, especially when you're shopping online.

But one plus-sized TikTok user proved to her followers that there can be some hidden gems if you look hard enough.



Poppy Adams is a size 22 and showed off her haul of items from Asos which she’d purchased ahead of one of her friend’s many hen-do plans.

The prospective bridesmaid said: “One of her plans is a cute afternoon tea where you have to be cute and presentable, so I ordered some floral dresses because I don’t have anything cute and presentable. 

“I’m normally either slutty going out or so casual it looks like you live in a cave.” Poppy joked.

She proceeded to try on the huge haul of frocks to see if any from the online retailer would be suitable for the occasion. 

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The first dress Poppy tried on was a red midi length floral offering from Monki, with a cute slit up the side.

She told viewers the dress was actually “see through” and said she felt like a school teacher: “I want to have a bit of sex appeal. It feels cheap and it’s a now from me.”

The second dress Poppy tried on went down much better, with the long-sleeve flowing option 

It offered a more sexy slit up the leg, and she said: “There’s a cute little button detail, this is cute, this is a contender.”

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Next up was another item from Monki, which she unfortunately didn’t love. 

The dress featured a cute collar and bold floral pattern but it wasn’t to her taste, admitting she felt she’d been “done dirty.”

“I think on someone else, this would look really cute. It’s quite cute, but it’s not giving enough,” Poppy said.

She laughed her way through the next dress, which was totally see-through and was more like a beach cover up from River Island. 

Poppy told her followers she had a lot on the line for the next outfit: “This is the one I loved on the website and I’m holding out all hope for.”

Luckily, it seemed to pay off and the gorgeous vintage-style floaty number was a winner.

“I can’t lie, it’s very much giving what I wanted it to give. A different bra probably, but she’s tight and I love that!

“Look how cute, it’s giving Florence and the Machine,” she added, before twirling round to show off the back detailing. 

“The sleeves have this button detailing, it’s so swishy, I feel gorgeous. This is pretty much the one, I reckon,” Poppy continued.

The next was a t shirt with a black floral slip dress over, but it wasn’t the one for her. 

The final offering, a mini satin blue floral print dress, was an unexpected triumph.

“This could be a winner, it’s got boning so it holds you in. It’s giving Bridgerton vibes,” she concluded.

Her followers were in agreement, loving the two frocks that were Poppy’s favourites.

One said: "The last one gives me Alice in wWonderland tea party and I’m here for it.”

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Another agreed: “the criss cross back or the last one 🥰🥰 those two looks very pretty on you.”

Someone else wrote: “The one that u thought you’d like is so nice. Also damm ur so beautiful x."

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A savvy shopper in the comments helped reminded TikTok users how to find all the items Poppy had tried.

“FOR ANYONE LOOKING FOR THE DRESSES – take a screen shot of the one you want ASOS has an image search function, you're welcome,” they replied.

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