Molly-Mae Hague's snuggly winter coat is now available at a reduced price in PrettyLittleThing's Black Friday sale. The online retailer has been building up anticipation for its 'Pink Friday' sale with a countdown on their website, promising that this year's offers will be "more unmissable than ever,"
Starting from November 10 until November 12, PLT fans can enjoy a whopping 60% off thousands of trendy items including outerwear, accessories and celeb-approved pieces from stars like Molly-Mae Hague and Ella Thomas. This means you can update your winter wardrobe without breaking the bank.
But the discounts don't end there. On November 10, between 6pm and midnight, shoppers can get an extra 10% off using the code PINK10. And on November 11 and 12, they can bag an additional 11% off with the code SINGLE11.
This is the perfect opportunity to grab some serious bargains on seasonal must-haves, especially if you've been eyeing up some of Molly-Mae's favourite PLT items. The Love Island star recently posted her autumn 'outfit of the day' on Instagram, which featured this cosy Grey Brushed Wool Look Oversized Drop Shoulder Coat.
The winter coat, available in sizes four to 16, is usually £72 but it's now down to £54 in the latest PLT sale. It might not be as cosy as a real wool coat, but the 'wool look' material gives the same effect and it's perfect for layering during unpredictable weather.
Other top picks from her edit include these Light Blue Wash Boyfriend Jeans with 23% off, this Super Chunky Oversized Jumper with 28% off, and this Premium Olive Washed Faux Leather Belted Maxi Skirt with 29% off.
If you're looking for an alternative to Molly-Mae's PLT pick, Next have a similar option for a slightly higher price point of £65.
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