I’m midsize & did a Shein haul for my ‘slutty’ Vegas trip – I got 8 dresses for $80 & was shocked by how they looked | The Sun

A MIDSIZE woman has taken to Shein to find pieces for her Vegas trip that will help her achieve the look she's going for.

Samantha Rae got the most bang for her buck when she only spent $80 on 8 dresses, and she was surprised at how she looked in them.

"We're going to Vegas, and I want to look like a slut," Samantha began in a social media video.

"So I bought dresses from Shein. I spent $80, that's including rush shipping on like eight things.

"Little context, never been to Vegas. I'm amped, it's for one of my best friend's bachelorette parties.

"End of July, it's going to be hot as f*ck. So I had to keep that in mind when purchasing anything. And I'll probably never go back to Vegas. Because I'm getting old.

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"So I wanted to buy things that I knew I probably wasn't going to wear again, so I didn't want to spend like any money. So that's what I did. Let's do it."

The first dress Samantha tried on, the One Shoulder Cut Out Ruched Tie Backless Dress ($8), was a mocha color.

It had a stomach cutout, an adjustable strap, and tied in the back.

"I don't hate it. I don't love it. If there's nothing else better in this package, like I'll keep it."

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She continued: "It's not the best, but maybe it will be. I don't actually know."

The next piece she modeled,the SHEIN BAE Cowl Neck Drawstring Side Halter Dress ($13), was a rust brown cowl neck dress that showed off some cleavage. It had side ruching and was backless.

Upon putting it on, Samantha said: "I mean like immediately yes. Right?"

"I love this color, this fabric is like surprisingly thick. The back's not too low. It looks like I have a butt. I'm wearing this like in life. Take me out," she joked. "I look great."

The third dress, an orange-colored number, was the SHEIN SXY Chain Detail Slit Hem Halter Neck Backless Dress ($12).

Samantha wasn't as impressed by the garment.

She said: "Okay, this one's like not awful. I don't like it as much as the other one."

She added: "Again the material is thicker than expected. I'm not as wowed as the rust dress. But like, there could be a moment."

Keeping the ball rolling, she donned a basic black spaghetti strap dress with cut-outs on the side, the SHEIN SXY Lace-Up Open Back Ruched Bodycon Dress ($8).

"I'm sorry, do I have the hottest body ever? When did that happen?" she quipped, completely impressed by the look of the dress on her. "Are they gonna hire me to be a bottle girl?"

"Pleasantly shocked with this one. The material is so thin, so when I took it out the bag I'm like this is not gonna work. But it does. It's amazing."

She added that it was "weirdly supportive" as she wasn't wearing a bra and didn't really feel the need to.

The final dress, the Ring Cut Out Front Split Thigh Tube Dress ($14), was also a winner.

The black dress featured two rings on the chest and the abs and had a high-cut slit.

"I'm sorry, I am moving to Vegas. I look too damn good in these trashy ass clothes. That's that," she concluded.

Viewers in the comments section of Samantha's video were enthused about her finds.

"This was the best SHEIN haul review ever!!!" one person wrote.

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"Your bod is similar to mine and it just made me feel so good to see how fire u looked in ALL THESE," a second added.

"My jaw literally dropped with the last dress, you look [fire]," a final person chimed in.

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