We're sizes 4-24 & tried on the same Pretty Little Thing dresses to see if they worked on us all with surprising results | The Sun

FINDING the perfect summer dress can be tricky, especially since almost none of us look anything like the models on the websites.

So even if you think you've hit the dress jackpot, it could look completely different when you try it on.

That's why this group of fashion fans, who range from a size four to a size 24, decided to all try on the same dresses from Pretty Little Thing to see if they could really work for all of their shapes.

Debbie Crown posted the clip on her YouTube channel were the group often put fashion to the test.

First the trio tried on a ruched satin dress with a cowl neck in a tie-dye print, which they grabbed for £17.50.

Immediately they all loved the dress, Debbie, size 12, said: "It's giving classy, it's giving hot.

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"This is what I love about Pretty Little Thing, you can get dresses that you wear just one time and it doesn't cost you 10 grand."

Natasha, size 24, also looked stunning in the dress, "it's just so simple but effective and that's what I love," she quipped.

Next the group tried on a long sleeved white dress with tassel details, which wasn't the style any of them were hoping for.

Connie, size four, explained that the neckline way far too low for her liking and she would've preferred the dress if it was higher.

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The dress was a fail for Natasha who sized up to a 26 and still wasn't able to zip it up.

And although the dress did fit size 12 Debbie, she wasn't a fan of the style, especially the extra fabric on the side.

Finally, the girls tried on a classic little back dress in a satin material.

The dress looked the best on size four Connie, but was still slightly too big.

The wrap style didn't do Natasha any favours though, "it looks like a top on you," Debbie joked.

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Debbie thought the dress was also too tight for her, "Look at the back, you can see my rolls and I'm uncomfortable in it.

"If I'm going out for dinner I want to be comfortable and this isn't comfortable, I just don't feel sexy in this."

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