Molly-Mae Hague shows off £510 designer sandals after luxury break in Paris
MOLLY-Mae Hague showed off her luxurious £510 designer sandals after taking a glamorous break in Paris this week.
The former Love Island star took to her Instagram Stories to reveal the black shoes – which she bought herself at the airport.
Molly-Mae, 23, spent time in Paris this week as she took a break from her beau Tommy Fury in the French capital.
She’s been busy celebrating the launch of her latest clothing collection with PrettyLittleThing and snapping some fashion shots.
On Thursday morning, she revealed she was flying home on her way to the airport – but not before buying herself a present.
Molly-Mae has revealed she bought a £510 pair of sandals from Hermès, which she photographed in their box.
“I can’t believe I managed to get them at the airport,” she wrote of the snap posted to her fans on Instagram.
It comes after Molly-Mae was seen posing in a cut out leotard as she posted her latest edit with PrettyLittleThing.
She gushed over her latest line of her signature favorites of blazers, bodysuits and cargo pants designed for the fall/winter season.
She told fans, “I’m so excited for my next collection with PrettyLittleThing, I can’t wait to show you what me and the team have been working on for the past few months.
“This collection is made for all women, which is super important to me.
“The pieces are wearable and transitional, which means they will seamlessly pull your wardrobe together to create so many amazing looks.
“My main priority is to make sure everyone feels confident and powerful in my collection. I can’t wait for you to see it!”
Recently, Molly gave her fans a tour of her dressing room filled with over £64,000 worth of designer goods.
She took to her YouTube channel to show off the finished walk-in wardrobe space in her new £3.5million home.
She gave her fans a glimpse of the contents of her large wardrobe, including shelves of shoes and bags.
The reality TV star turned influencer revealed the stacks of designer goods – which cost over £60,000 in total – along with tens of thousands of pounds worth of clothing.