A WOMAN has been reprimanded twice at her workplace for dressing "inappropriately", but insists it's just her body – not her clothes.

Nina Osegueda took to TikTok to stitch a video with someone who asked: "Tell me something a job has taught you that you will never forget."

Showing off her amazing curves in the mirror, Nina added: "I learned that no matter how appropriately I’m dressed, my body is so distracting that I’ll never be dressed appropriately enough for the workplace. 

"So sorry about that!"

 She wrote in the caption: "I was reprimanded twice at 2 different offices for dressing 'inappropriately'.

"It's just my shape."

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In the video, Nina wore a high-neck short-sleeved navy dress and a pair of court shoes – perfectly acceptable office attire.

"Being hot is both a blessing and a curse," one person commented on the video.

While another added: "No, that is absolutely NOT your fault at all!"

"My work bestie had this problem too," a third wrote.

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"Her body was rocking but was always sent to HR over complaints, no matter how modestly she was dressed. Just sad."

"Similar shape here. I’ve learned dress codes are different for us," someone else added.

"I buy everything baggy to thicken the look of my waist. Sigh."

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"Lol same," another comment read.

"Was the only one made to wear uniform at my last job as I was always dressed inappropriately (with a turtleneck and non-tight trousers on)."

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