Get it, girl! Even though Kylie Jenner has basically been MIA from social media during her pregnancy, her bestie Jordyn Woods has been slaying the Instagram game! Recently, the 20-year-old shared a sexy photo with her 4.1 million followers, and her curves are seriously next level.

“Dressing Room Chronicles,” she captioned the snap. In it, she’s dressed in a copper dress that really gives underboob a whole new meaning. Racking up more than 271K likes and 1,000 comments, it’s clear fans are taking notice of the perennial BFF. “Looking like a snack,” one follower wrote, while another added, “Wow! This dress was meant for you!”

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Just recently, Jordy took to Instagram to dispel rumors that she was photoshopping her pics. “Haters will say it’s Photoshop,” she wrote on a lingerie-clad Instagram story, before adding, “It’s all in the angles.” But she’s been accused of enhancing her booty in the past. “I love you Jordyn but I can tell you’re wearing fake butt pads or something,” one person quipped.

The Life of Kylie star has become an advocate for women with curvier frames. Recently, she opened up to The Cut about her plans to change the modeling world. “I already had some influence through social media, so modeling is a way to boost that to a higher level. Social media is just an online journal,” she said. “I can post things and help spread positive messages to people — for example, me talking about something that I love about myself might help someone else love that feature about themselves as well.”

She’s also fighting against the term “plus-size.” “Well, I believe that once you’re past a size 8, you’re considered plus-size. Everyone has different body shapes, heights,” she said. “It’s unfortunate because sometimes a curvy girl will say, ‘I’m a model,’ and people will look at her sideways. Then she’ll have to say, ‘I’m a plus-size model.’ That’s just society, you know? Hopefully, if we stop using the term plus-size we can just create a broader definition for what a model is.”