I'm a size 20 and did a Good American bathing suit haul – they are big girl friendly except for one detail | The Sun

A WOMAN has tried on multiple Good American bathing suits and revealed that while they are plus-size friendly, there is one significant flaw.

McKayla, who posts on TikTok as @makingitmckayla, shared her haul in a recent video.

The TikToker, who shared that she's a size 20, was honest in her critique of the Good American suits.

"On the hunt for the perfect swimsuit that's big-girl friendly," McKayla said in her video as she modeled a red two-piece from Khloe Kardashian's line.

She thought the red color was "stunning," and called the bottoms "amazing."

"Very high-waisted and they just feel so comfy," McKayla said of the swimsuit bottoms.

"The top looks amazing and it's almost perfect," she continued.

"But I just wish it had a little bit more support."

McKayla went on to say that she ordered both the top and bottom in the color Poppy, but noted that they're "just a little bit off from each other."

She claimed that the top is slightly darker than the bottom.

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The TikToker also modeled the long-sleeved version of the top, which she "really loved."

Showing off a second, different suit, McKayla said she liked the "very stretchy" material.

McKayla said the bottoms of that suit were adjustable and could be high-waisted or sit lower down depending on what was most comfortable.

She ended her video by sharing that the swim suits she tried on were "very similar" to those from Kim Kardashian's Skims line.

McKayla's video has been viewed more than 4,400 times.

Some TikTokers agreed with her assessment of the swim suits.

"They’re all cute but I wish those tops had a little bit more support for the girls," one person wrote.

"I can’t do a top without adjustable straps. I feel like nothing else gives enough support," said another.

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