I have 32J size breasts and I love my figure – bodies are made to take up space
- Claudia (@hey.thecloset), from Somerset, posted the video on her TikTok
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A woman with 32J size cups has urged her followers to ‘take up space’ in a fun post which saw her dancing around in lingerie.
Body positivity influencer Claudia (@hey.thecloset), who is understood to be based in Somerset, took to TikTok to share a clip of herself in a stunning bra and underwear set that showed off her confidence.
‘This is your reminder that bodies were made to move,’ she wrote in the post. ‘Have fun moving, dancing, being and taking up space.’
In the comments, Claudia – who is also a mother of two – revealed that her peachy pink ensemble is from Bravissimo’s collection with Oti Mabuse.
Body positivity influencer Claudia (@hey.thecloset) took to TikTok to share a clip of herself in a stunning bra and underwear set that showed off her confidence
It appears to be the Samba bra set, teamed with the Samba high-waist briefs.
The video has racked up more than 28,700 views and commenters were full of compliments for the influencer’s look.
‘You look super beautiful,’ one gushed.
‘Yes, yes,’ a second remarked.
A third simply said: Gorgeous.’
Claudia has more than 107,300 followers on the platform and creates content around what she wears to cater to her ‘small band and big cup’.
Some of her latest videos also include tips for breastfeeding-friendly clothing and how she’s styling her postpartum body.
On her Instagram, the social media star also talks about her dealing with Endometriosis.
Keep moving x #bodypositivity #everybodyisabeachbody #fullerbust #midsize #biggerchest #size12 #postpartumbody
Claudia has more than 107,300 followers on the platform and creates content around what she wears to cater to her ‘small band and big cup’
The video has racked up more than 28,700 views and commenters were full of compliments for the influencer’s look
It comes as recent research has found that women with Nordic heritage topped the chart with size C to D breasts on average, while those from Vietnam had the smallest.
American and British women came out fourth and fifth overall, having size C breasts. And Australian women ranked 20th globally with size B breasts on average.
The investigators said that countries with higher obesity rates tended to have larger breast sizes. But there was also a link to local wealth, with women from poorer countries less likely to invest in a bra that fits.
The dataset was compiled by investigators based in Germany who combed through dozens of surveys from more than 80 countries.
They extracted data on the cup size used by thousands of women across different countries.
Results were then converted into the standard US sizing system to allow for comparison between nations.
About six other sizing systems for breasts are used internationally.
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