A FASHIONISTA was left speechless after her family slammed her choice of swimwear worn on vacation.

Jessica Olie (@jessicaolie) enjoyed a sun-soaked getaway to Santorini with her loved ones as part of her birthday celebrations.

The yoga teacher donned a selection of bikini sets throughout her vacation and seemed in good spirits as she frolicked in a swimming pool.

However, she admitted to her over 48,000 TikTok followers that not everyone approved of her skimpy swimwear.

Jessica proudly wore a blue string bikini and Prada sunglasses as she posed for snaps taken by the pool.

“Everyone has that one family member who shows up to a family vacation in a barely there bikini,” read the text over the video.

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She lip-synced to Eminem’s hit song Without Me, saying: “This looks like a job for me.”

Jessica admitted that her family has made mocking comments about her swimwear looking cheap. 

Repeating what they said, she captioned the post: “‘DiD U pAY eXtRA 4 LeSs MaTeriAL?’”

She included the hashtags #relatable, #holidaytiktok, and #bikini. 

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The bikini top from British brand Adora Swim costs $63 and the matching bottoms are $54.

Jessica's video was watched over 1.3 million times as a flood of commenters candidly shared their opinions.

One person wrote: “The caption [laughing] a guy once asked me that when I was wearing ripped jeans.”

Another commented: “The bikini looks good on you! #goals.”

A third said: “Every family does indeed have one person like this.”

A fourth added: “Looks normal to me [laughing].”

Another wrote: “Unless it’s a full one piece I find it hard to find anything that has material anyway.”

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