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Model wows in see-through bodysuit but fans question if they’d dare to wear it

Online company Fashion Nova pushed Instagram nudity rules to the extreme with it’s latest snap. The brand shared a snap of a model unleashing her curves in its Love Balance Lace Teddy Bodysuit

Abby Dowse dropped jaws when she posed in a sheer bodysuit.

Retailer Fashion Nova shared the snap on its Instagram page in order to promote the raunchy one-piece.

The photo saw a gorgeous blonde model unleash her curves in the brand’s Love Balance Lace Teddy Bodysuit.

However, she nearly showed off too much, thanks to the sheer material of the lingerie.

The skimpy underwear garment, which costs just £19, just about covered the model’s chest and nether regions, while her washboard stomach and shapely pins were on full show.

The beauty was seen posing in the lingerie against a white living room backdrop as she looked wistfully into the distance.

(Image: fashionova/Instagram)

She teamed the flesh-flashing display with glowing makeup, including defined brows and glossy lips.

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Meanwhile, her bedhead curls were left free to cascade over her chest.

Captioning the post, the brand wrote: “Do you dare to wear this? We hope so.”

Fans seemed to love the sexy underwear post, with it racking up more than 21,000 likes.

One exclaimed: “Wow, this is unreal.”

While another added: “Want and need that one piece.”

Fashion Nova has also hit headlines this week for having followers in stitches with a caption competition.

The brand asked it’s Instagram followers to suggest a caption on a snap of a model in it’s Lace Up Lover Strappy 3 Piece Set, and the results were hilarious.

The photo saw the brunette model flaunting her cleavage in the tiny black bra top, which came complete with strap detailing covering her chest. This was matched with a black thong and a corset around her waist.

Having a go at a caption, on fan joked: “When you hear the PlayStation turn on.”

While another put forward: “Is the pizza here?”

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