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Curvy model Irena Drezi was so touched by the response to her latest bikini campaign, and she began to cry.
Drezi, 22, was seen on the PrettyLittleThing’s Instagram last week, the model is one of the retailer’s crochet bikinis, and the size 14/16 model and said that they couldn’t be more “thrilled” about it.
“It’s surreal,” Drezi, told The Sun. “Ninety per cent of the responses were very positive. Actually, it made me want to cry.”
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Drezi, told the outlet she was especially proud of the manner in which the work is to encourage other women to dress as they wish, or to be open about their own body issues.
“And it really makes me feel like I have someone to help you. I know exactly what they’re going through, so it’s really relatable.”
Drezi, who moved to Ireland as a refugee at the age of 3, told The Sun she was struggling with her body image for years, while still in her teens, and was even developing an eating disorder because of her body confidence, was nowhere in sight.”
Later, when they started modeling, Drezi said that she would often hear negative comments from people critical of her size, but it is solved, it is never too late to make that kind of comments get her down.
“As a model, especially as a plus-size model, you have to be strong, and mentally focused on it, trying to be positive about things,” she said.
“Little things can make you feel about it all. It did, however, just for a minute or two, but then I said to myself: “I’ll get over it, because I will never see them in real life.”
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As Drezi was observed, and the responses to PrettyLittleThing’s post have been overwhelmingly positive, with a lot of loving, Drezi’s character, and others, lauding the brand of the parts of the pic.
“Good girl,” one Instagram user wrote. “Loving the look of a real woman, with the promotion of your brand.”
“Great suit, great coconut, a beautiful person,” said one of the others.
“I feel so much better seeing someone else comfortable in their own skin,” someone else added.
Drezi, however, said that they also hate it when people refer to her as having a “real” body, because everyone has to have a “real” body, in so far as it is concerned. To that end, she said that she would never shame a skinny model, skinny, one of the two.
“I’m not trying to compare myself to the girls a lot online,” he said Drezi. “That’s the most important thing is that it can ruin you. Everyone is different, at the end of the day. No, it is the same thing.”
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PrettyLittleThing has been confirmed to Fox News that the followers can expect to see a lot more of Drezi on the brand’s social media channels.