Love Island's Molly-Mae strips off to bra top for new PrettyLittleThing range

LOVE Island's Molly-Mae Hague strips off to her bra in a photo shoot for her latest PrettyLittleThings range.

Molly-Mae, 21, reveals plenty of flesh in the stunning pictures to promote her latest line for the online brand.

Tommy Fury's girlfriend strikes jaw-dropping poses as she models a bevy of skirts, bikinis and, dresses and jackets in bright colours for the fashion giant.

In one snap, the star stands in strappy heels and a PVC mini-skirt, with nothing but her bra to cover her modesty.

In another she poses in a sequin bra and coral denim jacket and jeans.

The YouTube stylist looks completely in control as she soaks up the sunshine on location, after signing a huge £600,000 deal with PrettyLittleThing.

Prices for her line range from £2.50 to £67 and include accessories, shoes and clothes.

Molly-Mae's edit features a colour palette of "bold and bright hues paired with barely-there neutral shades that take the edge off".

The star is a fan of loose tailoring with blazers and baggy jeans, as well as faux leather.

Shoppers can nab 60% off as sites slash prices in a bid to draw punters.

The range is billed as "your new season wardrobe" and tells fans to "get ready to open your purse".

Molly-Mae gave a glimpse of her toned abs in a denim jacket matched with ripped blue jeans last week as she dropped a teaser of the new line.

She stood in the middle of a New York street and she kept her hand tucked into the waistband of her jeans.

The Love Island star glammed up further for the next shot, showing her in a green playsuit, with a matching bomber jacket.

The Sun revealed the beauty – who is already worth an estimated £2million with boyfriend Tommy Fury – signed a £600,000 deal with PrettyLittleThing earlier this month.

She will pick up the staggering salary for just six months' work with PrettyLittleThing.

Molly-Mae has a hugely popular collection with the Manchester-based fashion giant and the extension keeps her on board until 2021 at least.

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