A CURVY fashion enthusiast filmed her disastrous Zara haul try on and claimed that nothing in store is "made for girls with big boobs."
Sarah Ostiguy, who is from the US, shared a short video to TikTok where she can be seen trying on a selection of different garments in a size XXL in store at Zara.
She captioned the post: "Least true to size store I’ve ever seen."
In the clip, Sarah first tries the viral satin dress that has appeared all over TikTok.
"It's definitely wide enough but it only covers about 10% of my chest, she says. "So definitely not for your big-chested girls."
Next up, the fashion fan tries on a beautiful yellow summer dress and has a bit more luck.
"It fits actually really well," she admits. "The only thing I'd say is I wish there was a little bit more room for my boobs but that's about it."
Sarah then tries on a white embroidered dress and notes: "Same thing for this one - everything other than the chest is perfect."
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"It fits perfectly but there's just no support and those thin straps just end up really painful when you have a large chest."
Slipping into a yellow mini dress, she then comments: "This dress is just a disaster."
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"I was afraid of spilling underneath and I can't even close it and this is an XXL."
And things just continue to go from bad to worse when she steps into a brown body-con mini dress which features cut out detail.
"This dress is also a disaster - nothing in Zara is made for girl's with big chests…and I couldn't even close it!" she adds.
"And this Skort right here, I had such high hopes, it was so cute but it will never close."
"It's incredibly small for an XXL."
The post has since garnered an impressive 1.7 million views and been inundated with comments from supportive fans.
"That first yellow dress is SO CUTE on you omggg obsessed," enthused one.
A second commented: "I think that XXL size of Zara is also for the tall girl that are skinny, unfortunately."
A third praised: "BUT THE GREEN TOP IS GLORIOUS ON YOU."
Meanwhile, another pointed out: "I think the problem is that there's no universal size chart, so most companies just have their own, i have clothes varying in sizes between XS to XL."