Trolls say I look like a giant marshmallow when I dress comfy for fall, it's hard being plus-size and a 44H-cup | The Sun

A PLUS-sized woman has hit back after experiencing trolling about her size and outfit choices.

She posted photos of herself wearing fall-inspired outfits and was compared to a "giant marshmallow."

Influencer Olivia (@oliviasworld95_) is plus-size and has a size 44H bust.

The TikToker posts videos on fashion, lifestyle, and body shapes for her 598,000 followers.

In a recent clip, Olivia showed off some images of outfits she bought to wear this fall after running them through a meme-making filter.

She said that she was "body-shamed" during this process.

In the first image, she wore a comfortable matching light brown loungewear set.

The plus-sized fashionista picked the high-waisted leggings, low-cut crop top, and cardigan, all in a shade of warm chocolate brown, as her seasonal set.

She looked happy and confident and posed outside to show off her fit.

However, when she applied a filter that automatically created memes to her outfit photo, she disagreed with its judgment.

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The meme text read: "Trying to look cute but looking like a chocolate factory employee."

Olivia showed her displeasure with an inset video of her face as she frowned and looked confused.

In the second image, Olivia posed indoors while reclining on a white floor couch.

The influencer wore a low-cut bright pink dress with a ruffled hem, with her hair and makeup in full glam mode, and large gold hoop earrings.

The overlaid meme text created by the filter said: "When you try to be comfy but end up looking like a giant marshmallow."

This judgment shocked Olivia and she showed her surprise by opening her mouth wide in horror and raising her eyebrows.

In the video's caption, she wrote: "Not this filter straight up body shaming me."

Commenters agreed with the influencer's opinion and came to her defense.

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One person wrote: "This is messed up, you look beautiful in both pics."

Another commented: "Hottest chocolate factory employee or giant marshmallow, just saying."

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