Pregnant Marnie Simpson cradles her bump as she joins Chloe Ferry in red dresses for PrettyLittleThing’s star-studded International Women’s Day campaign
The Geordie Shore stars posed up a storm as they showed their support for IWD in their sizzling Instagram snaps.
26-year-old Chloe showcased her curvaceous figure in a plunging red dress that she teamed with a pair of black red bottom ankle boots.
Wow: Chloe Ferry looked sensational for PrettyLittleThing’s International Women’s Day campaign on Tuesday
Incredible: The Geordie Shore star showcased her curvaceous figure in a plunging red dress that she teamed with a pair of black red bottom ankle boots
The brunette bombshell opted for a full face of glam makeup and wore her dark tresses swept to the side.
Meanwhile, Marnie showed off her pregnancy curves in the red figure-hugging dress as she rested her hand on her bump.
The natural beauty looked radiant as she wore her dark locks straight and donned a bronzed makeup palette.
Stunning: Marnie showed off her pregnancy curves in the red figure-hugging dress as she rested her hand on her bump
Radiant: The Geordie Shore star looked radiant as she wore her dark locks straight and donned a bronzed makeup palette
The reality stars captioned their posts: ‘This International Women’s Day @PrettyLittleThing are launching an anti-rape campaign in partnership with women’s sexual violence charities across the globe and donating full proceeds of their exclusive tote bag and this dress to help spread the message that #MyDressDoesn’tMeanYes
‘We are committed to stamping out the stigma that what you are wearing gives someone else the right to your body.
‘Society must do better. My dress doesn’t mean yes.’
Other influencers such as Molly Smith, Chloe Sims and Arabella Chi also got involved in the PLT campaign.
Red lady: Love Island’s Molly Smith flaunted her ample assets in the red PLT dress as she pouts in a red lip
Strike a pose: Chloe Sims rocked a pair of red knee-high boots and a chic oversized matching hat
Pretty Little Thing have launched an anti-rape campaign on International Women’s Day.
Offering slogan tote bags with the message #MyDressDoesntMeanYes and a selected range of dresses, you can now join the initiative and support the movement through buying a bag or dress from a dedicated category where 100% of profits go to global charities providing infrastructure support to victims of rape and sexual abuse.
Charities include The Survivors Trust, It’s On Us, End Rape on Campus and En Avant Toutes. The donation period is taking place from the 8th – 15th March.
Gorgeous: Love Island’s Arabella Chi glowed in her International Women’s Day Instagram post