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Style Tweet goes viral after 18-year-old shares body confidence message

14:42  13 february  2018
14:42  13 february  2018 Source:   honey.nine.com.au

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The 18 - year - old woke up yesterday, February 10, to find that she'd gone viral for tweeting about this very experience. "So last night, I wore something that I never thought I would wear," she wrote.

This 18 - year - old 's tweet about self- confidence has us feeling inspired. After sharing her message of self- confidence on the social media platform, Bautista says she strongly encourages other women to take clothing risks and feel confident in their skin, too.

Being self-conscious and insecure about what looks good on us is commonplace, but this 18-year-old is calling for us to get body positive.

Ashlie Bautista became a hero for women everywhere overnight after posting a series of photos of her in a dress she never thought she’d wear with inspiring words that we all need to take note of.

Despite admitting to Teen Vogue that she was ‘scared’ to wear the dress, Bautista donned the dress she was so unsure of, after words of support from her friends.

Bautista told Teen Vogue that she was happy she wore the dress in the end and that she felt so happy and confident that she even let them take some pictures of her in the dress, which she posted with her tweet:

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The 18 - year - old woke up on the morning of February 10 to find out that she had gone viral on Twitter all for tweeting about the above experience. "It made my heart happy that I was inspiring other girls to be confident themselves," she says. "I know it took me a while to get mine."

The teenager is going viral thanks to her inspiring message about body confidence . Share . Ashlie has gone viral after sharing images of herself wearing a velour dress [Photo: Twitter/@.

"So last night, I wore something that I never thought I would wear," she wrote on Twitter.

"I’m very insecure, but with the help of my amazing friends for hyping me up, I was able to wear it and gained a little bit more confidence in myself."

What she didn’t expect was to get an overwhelming response from girls everywhere thanking her for helping them feel comfortable in their skin too.

Comments ranged from calling her a hero to sharing their own stories of low self-esteem and self-doubt.

“You shouldn’t be insecure about anything! You look beautiful!” one person commented.

"It made my heart happy that I was inspiring other girls to be confident themselves," she says. "I know it took me a while to get mine."

Her tweet has been retweeted nearly 30,000 times has garnered 4.4k comments.

The unsuspecting role model simply hopes that her message will keep helping others and she has been encouraging her followers to ‘speak through their clothes’.

A few nice words can truly go a long way.

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