I tried the new Skims lace dress – people ask if my 'body comes with it,’ but others say it’s ‘giving Target clearance’ | The Sun

WHEN a style influencer received her long-awaited Skims shipment in the mail, she was eager to model her purchase.

But the pink dress divided viewers: some thought she looked incredible, while others insisted she overpaid.

The debate began when Farah (@farahmllk) posted a video on her channel showcasing her purchase.

In the video clip, she tried on the Fits Everybody Lace Long Slip Dress, $82, in a delicate pink shade.

"This is your sign to get the new Skims dress," Farah wrote in the caption.

The body-hugging dress reached all the way to the floor, just like the traditional Skims slip.

But at the top, it featured a beautiful ruffle of lace.

The accent added a bit of elegance to the dress's sexy silhouette.

Farah was a fan of the way it hugged her curves. She said, "I need it in every color now."

Some would-be Skims customers were only willing to buy it if the dress made them look like Farah.

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"Does the body come with it?" one woman asked.

Farah wrote back, "Babe, I swear this material helps."

"I don't have the body for that," wrote a different commenter too timid to try the gown.

One woman provided her own testimonial vouching for Skims.

"I don't look like her at all guys, but trust me, you'll be feeling yourself with this," she wrote.

Not everyone loved the look. Several people said they couldn't figure out how to style the dress for outside-the-house wear.

"I thought this was sleepwear," one unconvinced commenter confessed.

And others thought the extra embellishment detracted from the dress.

"It's giving Target clearance with the lace, though," a critic wrote.

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