When the images were first released on the site, many fans noticed praising the brand for showcasing flaws. Amanda's comments about the #MakeYourMark campaign read: 'I'd like to speak out and let everyone know the stretch marks shown in my images on Missguided are real. The online retail giant, which has annual sales of more than £200m, is keen to promote body positivity, with several models on the site having the marks - fine lines caused by rapid growth - on their busts and bums. But not everyone online was convinced, however, with one unimpressed shopper, who said: 'Hey Missguided, if you're going to use models with stretch marks can you not also use a variety of sizes? 1.1m Followers, 473 Following, 644 Posts - See Instagram photos and videos from CINDY MELLO (@cindymello) This girl, does not have stretch marks, I honestly don't get it. She found fame as the ‘babe from Instagram… Piers Morgan blames the Democrats and Joe Biden's lacklustre campaign for closer than predicted presidential race, Oregon becomes the first state in the US to decriminalize possession of ALL drugs including HEROIN and COCAINE - and New Jersey and Arizona vote to legalize pot, 'Our sisterhood is resilient': Ilhan Omar congratulates fellow Squad members AOC, Rashida Tlaib, and Ayanna Pressley after they all cruise to re-election, Trump asks his donors to 'defend your president' in fundraising email sent immediately after he claimed the Democrats are trying to STEAL the election, Joe Biden's campaign slams Trump's 'outrageous' bid to 'try and shut down counting' and prepares to deploy legal teams across the country, Kanye West admits defeat in presidential election after getting a DISMAL 57,000 votes in 12 states - but threatens another run in four years, Trump family are all smiles as they join Donald for his 2am speech declaring 'victory' from the White House after glamorous election viewing party. 'This is so Photoshopped it’s sad,' added another. One social media user wrote: 'The thing is they'd still have to alter the image to add the stretch marks in where her underwear was after taking off the underwear.'. . Missguided were recently praised for being 'real and authentic' after posting images of their models on their site with stretch marks. And to put a stop to any doubt over whether they were airbrushed, model Amanda, 21, who features in one of the images wearing a thong, proudly confirmed they were real and all hers. The views expressed in the contents above are those of our users and do not necessarily reflect the views of MailOnline. So much for the polls . Model Amanda, 21, who features in the Missguided campaign, pictured, proudly confirmed her stretch marks were real and all hers via a statement on the brand's Instagram.