I did a midsize Skims haul – the catsuit surprised me but the shapewear looked like 'aliens were leaving my body' | The Sun

SKIMS fans can become super-dedicated to the brand, creating whole wardrobes composed of the company's shapewear and neutrals.

One midsize Skims shopper decided to sample items from multiple departments, even layering the clothes as she tried them on.

When vlogger Fei Yang (@hey.its.feiii) placed an order from Kim Kardashian's brand, she made sure to cover all her bases.

Yang ordered a catsuit, shaping underwear, and even maternity clothes, all of which she modeled in a video.

"I had to try Skims on my apple body shape," Yang said as she unboxed her purchases and prepared to try them on.

She started with a foundational garment: shapewear.

Though Yang didn't specify which shaping underwear she bought, they looked like the Sculpting Mid Waist Brief, $32.

Yang was able to get the snug briefs on, but said it was a "bad idea to get a small/medium."

She hated the way her skin bulged at the stomach and sides of the briefs.

"Aliens looked like they were coming out of my body from all sorts of places," she said.

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The underwear was also super stiff when she rolled them down her body. "It came off like handcuffs or a pretzel," she said, holding them up.

"Next were these cotton rib briefs, which I really did like," Yang said.

She modeled the $20 briefs in all sorts of poses. "It did dig into the side, but that's okay," she said.

"I bought this maternity underwear thinking it would help my food babies," Yang continued.

She held up the Maternity Sculpting High Waist Brief, $34.

Unfortunately, her theory about the brief's belly-hiding abilities didn't pan out. "Don't do it," Yang warned her non-pregnant followers.

Her next choice was a full-body Sheer Sculpt Catsuit, $98, in the shade clay.

"I had a great time putting on this catsuit, which was really fun," Yang said.

Once the body-hugging garment was on, Yang was surprised by how much she liked it.

"I actually thought it framed my body really well," she said. "It tightened up my jigglies."

She kept the catsuit on to try a cropped T-shirt, $42, and shorts, $54.

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But Yang was underwhelmed by the loungewear.

"I didn't really vibe with the shorts," she said. Even rolling them up didn't help – it just made Yang feel like she was in a costume.

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