I’m a 4’11 and 95lb redhead – I tried the viral TikTok dress and loved the way my butt looked in it

Finding that pretty spring dress that makes everything look good can be tricky, but one influencer seems to have found the perfect fit.

Lifestyle influencer Belle (@cheerful.bellee) recently shared a video of her trying on a “viral TikTok dress.”

A TikTok influencer found the best fitting dress


A TikTok influencer found the best fitting dressPhoto credit: TikTok/cheerful.bellee
The influencer shared it in a video, highlighting the back of the dress


The influencer shared it in a video, highlighting the back of the dressPhoto credit: TikTok/cheerful.bellee

The thin slip-style garment featured spaghetti straps and a low-cut back.

The fabric itself was printed in a beautiful light green with blue flowers.

“4’11 95 pound tattooed redhead trying on this viral TikTok,” Belle wrote in the eight-second video.

“Wait til you see the back,” she wrote in the post’s caption, adding a peach emoji — often used to refer to a person’s butt.

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Several TikTok users flooded the video’s comments section, raving about the outfit.

“Woooow,” wrote one user.

“I’m in love with you,” said another.

“Lovely,” said a third, while a fourth said, “Thank you for being the spark of joy in my day.”

“Absolutely beautiful,” commented another.

Belle has been posting country lifestyle, dating and fashion TikToks on the social media platform since November 2022.

Since then, she has garnered over 22,000 followers and more than 88,500 likes on the app.

While the influencer didn’t reveal where she bought the dress from, The US Sun previously reported on outfits that went viral on TikTok, including this popular dress.

Also, check out this fitting and review of another viral dress from a YouTube influencer.

Emma James

Emma James is a USTimesPost U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Emma James joined USTimesPost in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing emmajames@ustimespost.com.

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