I'm slim thicc and found the best barely-there blazer in Zara – people say it was made for my curves, and it's only £10 | The Sun

A SLIM thicc fashionista has revealed her best ever Zara purchase – and it was only £10.

Carla Kent, 27, said she "doesn't fit into a lot of things" due to her flawless hourglass figure and often struggles to find outfits to suit her curves.

But the makeup artist, from Glasgow, still delights her 107,000 Instagram followers (@carlakentx) with shopping hauls.

And when she does share her purchases, you can be guaranteed that her picks really flatter her body shape.

In a recent clip, Carla shared a mini Zara haul and picked up some bomber jackets for autumn and plain black and white T-shirts.

She also bagged a barely-there blush blazer for just £9.99, with fashion fans insisting it was "made for her".

Modelling the jacket with a pair of PrettyLittleThing jeans, Carla said: "Outfit of the night. I've got a little event.

So I've got this Zara blazer on, little tie detail.

"The boobies – they're in the now, but we'll see by the end of the night."

The cropped balconette blazer was originally in stores for £49.99.

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But Carla managed to grab it off the sale rack for less than a tenner.

She said: "It might be my favourite purchase ever.

"Check your Zara sale rack and maybe ask if they have any in the back.

"It was down to £9.99, absolute steal."

And social media users are loving Carla's bargain buy, as one gushed: "Ooooo obsessed with the pink jacket."

A second agreed: "That cropped blazer was maaaaaade for you."

Meanwhile, a third wrote: "Lovely style."

Influencer Carla is set to hit our TV screens next year as reality show The Agency: Unfiltered returns for a second season on BBC Scotland.

The new series will once again follow Aquarius Creative, Scotland's largest influencer agency, and its founders, Kirsten Cameron and Amy Moore as they tackle their business and the dramas that come with it.

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Kirsten and Amy said: "We're so excited to have the opportunity to share our story with viewers once again, showing them the unfiltered reality of our world.

"We're passionate about what we do and it’s been humbling to see the audience response to the first series.  We can’t wait to get going on series two.”  

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