Woman buys green Molly-Mae suit from PLT – but is in hysterics over what it looks like
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Woman buys green Molly-Mae suit from PLT – but is in hysterics over what it looks like

A woman purchased a green suit from Molly-Mae’s Pretty Little Thing collection, hoping to look as good as the advert, but she wasn’t quite so impressed when she put it on

Molly-Mae looks great in the suit (Image: Prettylittlething)

A social media user was left cracking up after ordering a green linen blazer and matching trousers from Molly-Mae Hague’s collaboration with Pretty Little Thing.

Talia Webb shared the amusing experience on TikTok under the name @taliawebb8 and her clip quickly went viral.

In the video, she shares a look at the photos from the PLT website, showing Molly-Mae herself modelling the brightly coloured outfit.

Talia explains that she had hoped that she would look similar in the clothes, but when her order arrived and she was finally able to try the garments on, it’s fair to say it wasn’t as she had expected.

While the oversized blazer looked stylish and chic on Molly-Mae, the clothes absolutely drown Talia’s small frame and she can’t help but laugh at her appearance.

She captioned the post, writing: “Surely not… do think an iron would help!”

Her video has since gone viral, being watched over 990,000 times and garnering more than 74,000 likes.

Hundreds of people also took the time to reply and even Molly-Mae got involved, commenting: “It just needs an iron babe.”

Another wrote: “You need it tailored.”

A third said: “These suits are criminal.”

And someone else added: “Iron would damage it, just steam it dude.”

If you fancy trying the look out for yourself, Molly-Mae’s olive-coloured oversize linen blazer is being sold on PLT for £40, while the side split trousers are £28.

The description on the website reads: “This blazer is sure to add some chic vibes to your outfit of the day. Featuring an olive linen-look material with an oversized fit and button detailing, we’re obsessed. Team this with the matching bottoms and statement accessories for a fiercely feminine look.”

What do you think of the outfit? Would an iron fix it? Let us know in the comments below.

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