I love showing off my plus-size curves in confident outfits like leather shorts but cruel trolls say I look like a SOFA | The Sun

A WOMAN who's all about plus-size confidence always finds herself receiving cruel comments from trolls.

Laura regularly shares pictures and videos of herself showing off her figure in on-trend ensembles, inspiring many of her followers to be more confident with their own outfit choices.

But after sharing a recent reel of herself modelling a pair of River Island leather-look shorts, Laura unfortunately found herself at the receiving end of trolls' rude remarks.

"Not flattering at all girl," one wrote, while another mistakenly thought she was wearing a dress, and added: "How many cows had to die to make that dress?"

"DFS is missing a couch," a third rudely said.

"It's like someone's upper body is cut and glued onto a mismatched bottom," someone else wrote.

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"Just cause you can doesn't mean you should".

"There are a few fabrics a plus size shouldn’t wear and this in one," another added.

Someone else even accused Laura of wearing "fake padding to get attention", as another wrote: "Look! It’s a Weeble!!!

"They wobble but they don’t fall down".

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"Are you hiding a gym ball in your shorts?" someone else rudely asked.

However, others defended Laura and her sense of style.

"Everyone saying it looks awful is wrong," one insisted.

"She can't just change her body with the click of fingers. She's not wearing some tiny bikini.

"Those clothes look good on her.

"What exactly would all u negative people suggest she wear?

"A huge baggy onesie? I think she looks good!"

"Don’t let any of these weird comments effect your moment ," someone else wrote.

"You look beautiful & I love the hair".

"How many bad comments for a girl who is not doing anything wrong, who loves herself, respects others and does not criticize others for their physique," a third said.

"She does what makes her happy the most and that's it!"

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As another wrote: These negative comments are awful and not polite.

"You're beautiful and I like your taste in clothing".

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