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Influencer Slams High-Street Shop For Their ‘Terrible’ Changing Rooms Ever

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Influencer Slams High-Street Shop For Their ‘Terrible’ Changing Rooms Ever

‘My body is fab’

Georgie Clarke has slammed a high-street shop for its most unflattering changing room. Taking to Instagram, the influencer shared photos of herself posing in various outfits from the store and branded her photos terrible. She called her audience’s attention to the shop’s lighting and mirrors and insisted she knew her body was fabulous. 

The store’s name wasn’t made known, but the brunette’s first snap showed her wearing a white vest top and a thong as she appeared to be spot cellulite on her b*m.

georgie.clarke/Instagram
georgie.clarke/Instagram

Clarke also tried on several tops and a dress, with not much to fit her. “Welcome to a series of the most unflattering changing room lighting and badly made clothes I’ve ever seen in my LIFE. Can anyone guess the shop? The reality of this situation is. It’s so hard to not see yourself in all those badly lit angles of the mirrors and think bloody hell is that why I really look like,” the influencer wrote in the caption.

She added: “It’s NOT just you who feels this way, I promise. The old version of me would be upset to see myself like this. In fact, it would’ve ruined my day, and I’d have probably gone home and spoken negatively about myself for the next month.” 

georgie.clarke/Instagram
georgie.clarke/Instagram

“The version of me who accepts and loves myself knows that I can’t let one fitting room change my feelings about myself. They’re TERRIBLE, but that doesn’t make my body terrible. My body is fab,” Clarke concluded. Her fans have since supported her viewpoint, and her post has garnered over 46K likes. One person commented: “I hate them so much; changing room lighting is just the worst! That’s why I love online shopping; my bedroom lighting is the most soft light ever.” 

Clarke is popularly known for body-positive posts and messages. She had previously shared a pic of herself to show what she looked like in beachwear. 

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However, the comments continued as another stated: “I think if every clothes had warmer lighting in their changing rooms, they would probably sell more because people would feel more confident! I always come out of the changing rooms mad at myself! It’s ridiculous.” A third chimed in: “I mean, you look bloody sensational but yeah I seriously often wonder who the F thinks it’s a good idea to design these changing rooms with the aim to make us feel s**t.” 

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