Plus size Barbie shows off New Year curves as she dons slinky red dress

Many people are starting the New Year as they mean to go on – and that's exactly what social media star Caitlan Redding is doing.

The body positive YouTuber and podcast host, who brands herself a 'plus size Barbie', dressed to impress as she slipped into a slinky red dress – and fans were loving it.

The proud size 26 star took to her Instagram page to show off her outfit, from brand Shein, and her army of followers couldn't help but gush over the look.

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The photos saw Caitlan, 23, wearing the dress with tights over a white roll-neck T-shirt while posing in a bedroom.

She pulled on her golden locks playfully as she let her curves do the talking in the outfit.

Caitlan teamed the ensemble with glowing makeup as she accessorised with a chic white hairband.

Captioning the post, she wrote: "Nothing better than a red dress."

She also gave her followers a discount code if they'd like to buy the number, or another Shein item, themselves.

Taking to the comments section, one admirer gushed: "It gives glow."

As another exclaimed: "Loving the red."

"So cute," added another, while a fourth said: "Happy New Year pretty."

Caitlan often wows fans with her body positive post as she previously impressed with her 'Barbie girl' transformation.

She has spoken out in the past about being trolled online as some have accused her of 'promoting obesity', however Caitlan says 'rude' people should 'keep their comments to themselves'.

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