The snap had many in the ‘InstagramReality’ subreddit believing the model had been Photoshopped as they didn't believe a person's body could possibly be that shape, calling it "anatomically impossible".
One user wrote, "I mean at what point do people buying [Fashion Nova] clothes start to call them out. It’s like posting a picture of a Bratz doll in clothes, the proportions are not humanly possible."
"ALL of their photos are as unrealistic as this one unfortunately," another wrote.
"I really don't get it,” someone else said.
“I mean it's weird enough doing this for your personal social media, but how are you going to sell a product like that? It's like Toyota doing a commercial and featuring some weird car that doesn't exist."
"They have to realize we know that people don’t look like that... right?" one user questioned.
Another questioned how the model even got herself into the jeans, "Yeah, and how does the tiny waist of those pants get over her butt? I don't even think her foot could fit through the waist.
"Kills me that people think this is possible."
One person joked, "They could have a HUGE ZIPPER and like, climb in."
Another comment read, "It's such a scam because as someone with a size 8/10 waist and size 12 butt... it is IMPOSSIBLE to get high waisted jeans that fit both properly. This woman looks like she's meant to have a size 4/6 waist and size 16/18 ass! Who buys this s**t?"
Comments on the model's Instagram page reveal a mixed bag of people who believe the photo is Photoshopped or who believe she looks "perfect".
"Photoshopped," one follower wrote, while another questioned, "Why don't you look like this in videos?"
Others were more positive, saying she looks "gorgeous" and is "goals".
Other photos on the model's Instagram page show a similar shape so if she is Photoshopping the images, she is likely doing it to every single one of them.
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