Makeup-free Molly-Mae Hague looks effortlessly stylish as she steps out in a leather jacket and cargo pants
She is known for her amazing fashion sense.
And Molly-Mae Hague proved her style credentials as she stepped out in Cheshire on Friday looking amazing from head to toe.
The 22-year-old former Love Island star donned a black t-shirt which she paired with cream cargo pants.
Stylish: Molly-Mae Hague proved her style credentials as she stepped out in Cheshire on Friday looking amazing from head to toe in a black leather jacket and no makeup
To avoid the cold, she wrapped herself in a black leather jacket and wore a pair of white sneakers.
She carried her essentials in a black Chanel handbag and added a touch of sparkle to her outfit with several gold necklaces.
Her newly cut blonde tresses were scraped from her face into a sleek bun, while she opted to go makeup-free, allowing her natural beauty to shine through.
Fashion-forward: The former Love Island star, 22, donned a black t-shirt which she paired with cream cargo pants
Molly-Mae has had a busy time lately as she took to the catwalk last week to unveil her new collection with online retailer PrettyLittleThing.
Her contract as European Creative Director with PLT will expire in August, but the star doesn’t see ‘why it won’t continue’.
She said before the show, “This fashion show is going to show everyone what we do in my role, which is what I’m really passionate about.”
Stunning: Her newly cut blonde tresses were scraped from her face in a sleek bun, as she opted out of makeup, allowing her natural beauty to shine through.
“There were a lot of unanswered questions, and this show will show exactly what I’ve been up to for the past six months, because it took a long time to plan it.”
This coincides with a new direction for the brand, which is venturing into the second-hand trade with the launch of an online marketplace that allows users to sell second-hand items from PrettyLittleThing and beyond later this year. , with profits going to charity.
Molly-Mae revealed her excitement for the plan in an interview with WWD.
She said: “There are so many things in my wardrobe at home that I no longer wear. Things that people can’t grasp. I always get messages saying “I am desperately looking for this blazer”.
“People will now have the second chance to buy those things they can’t get anymore.”
The launch follows accusations of poor working practices and a lack of health and safety regulations, with PrettyLittleThing and its parent company Boohoo Group taking steps towards transparency and more sustainable and ethical production.
Wow: Molly-Mae has had a busy time lately as she took to the catwalk last week to unveil her new collection with online retailer PrettyLittleThing