A PLUS-SIZE lifestyle influencer has reminded her followers to love the “one body” we have been given in a blow to critics.
TikTok creator Vasi (@Vasikir1) has posted a number of videos of herself in various bikinis as she celebrates her curvy shape.
Aside from championing plus-size women, her account is also dedicated to travel, fashion, and adventure.
In her latest video which has been viewed over 45,000 times, Vasi sizzles in the Dallas heat as she bathes in her pool.
The 14-second clip shows Vasi in a turquoise bikini walking into the pool and spinning around in the water with a smile on her face.
The caption reads: “We have one body in this life so wear the bikini and be happy”
The size 16 influencer was praised by fans with many supporting her message adding: “Exactly. Be proud in your skin”.
Fans complemented her beauty and refreshing confidence with one saying: “LOVE THIS”.
The video saw the Tiktoker remind her fans that ‘cellulite is normal’ and another video of her in a bikini added “all bodies are good bodies”.
Vasi joins the plus size body movement reminding women to respect their bodies regardless of size.
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Her videos are proof that any body is beach body ready and that high-waisted bikini’s, tankini’s or full swimming costumes are not the only option for curvy women.
Vasi fully champions that self-love and that women do not need to cover up or go on extreme diets to be able to don what they want.
In May, the self-defined ‘plus size queen’ could be seen dancing beside a pool in a bikini with the words “repeat after me – we are LOVING out bodies”.
The caption added: “Wear the bikini. Dance in the bikini. And live the one life we have.”
The lifestyle-blogger has also taken aim at certain brands who only cater for women of a certain size.
The video shows Vasi trying on a new bodysuit from Shein Curve but being unable to do it up around her plus-size chest which sees her roll her eyes and shake her head.
She said: “When you can’t get a cute a** bodysuit to fit your tatas. Big chested girls where you at?!
“Hate that brands really make clothes for one body type.”
Vasi added that “big girls matter too” and touted the idea of “body neutrality” that if you struggle to be body positive, you can instead be accepting of the body you have.
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