Molly-Mae Hague wows in new PrettyLittleThing campaign shots as she signs £600K deal with the brand

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Molly-Mae Hague wowed fans with her new PrettyLittleThing campaign snaps that showed off the former Love Island star's incredible figure.

The stunning blonde looked gorgeous as she posed for a series of campaign pictures for the fast fashion brand PrettyLitteThing.

Dress, £20

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The campaign comes after Molly-Mae signed a £600K deal with the brand and fronts the new campaign pictures that shows the former Love Island contestant showing off her svelte figure in a series of flesh flashing outfits.

The racy outfits look incredible on Molly-Mae, who is a modelling pro after previously collaborating with PrettyLittleThing and most recently fronting an edit campaign for fast fashion shoe retailer Ego Shoes.

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Bag, £20

Unitard, £18

The incredible snaps appear to have been taken on a roof top as Molly-Mae shows off some of the latest must-have looks from the much loved celeb brand.

The collection is pretty eye-catching with lots of sheer fabrics or thigh skimming hemlines.

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Dress, £28

PrettyLittleThing, or PLT as it is often fondly referred to has garnered a global reputation for delivering trend setting, fast fashion pieces at pocket friendly prices and Molly-Mae is one of several famous faces to work with the brand.

While PLT overall is a size inclusive brand, with a great plus size collection, Molly-Mae's collection goes up to a size 16.

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Dress, £18

The brand themselves describe the collection as "not for the fashion faint hearted" and they're certainly right. This is a loud and bright collection with plenty of head turning looks, so if you're hoping to make a statement and grab some attention then look no further.

The collection starts from just £12 with top end prices of around £40, making it really affordable.

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Blazer, £40

Jeans, £30

From sheer layers, to eye catching prints and a host of banging body con dresses this collection is certainly noisy, but with a host of neutral based prints, it's pretty easy to style and adapt to your existing wardrobe too and work pieces in to how you want to wear them.

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Sheer top, £20

Faux leather trousers, £22

With a key focus on taking shoppers into the new season there are some gorgeous and artistic watercolour prints as well as some runway worth tie dye pieces that are very much of the moment. There's a real nineties feel to the collection, which might be a throwback feeling for some of you but in terms of currently catwalk trends, it's very much on the money.

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Top, £18

Jeans, £28

Bag, £20

From halter neck tops, vinyl jackets and faux leather trousers, this era is back in a major way and PLT have nailed it with the Molly-Mae edit.

Certainly not for the faint hearted, the collection is out now.

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