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Molly-Mae Hague wraps up warm in a metallic green coat and cream scarf

She is known for her stylish ensembles. 

And Molly-Mae Hagu pulled it off once again as she wrapped up warm before heading out in Manchester on Tuesday. 

The Love Island star, 21, protected herself from the winter chill in a metallic green puffer jacket. 

Cosy: Molly-Mae Hague wrapped up warm before heading out on Tuesday, protecting herself from the winter chill in a metallic green puffer jacket and cream scarf 

She paired the outfit with a large cream scarf and mid-wash jeans, accessorising with various rings on her fingers.  

The blonde beauty wore her usually curled tresses straight and hanging down past her shoulders. 

She opted for a minimal make-up look, keeping around her eyes bare as she used bronzer and blush on her cheeks. 

The TV personality later admitted she started watching Netflix’s Bridgerton on Tuesday but soon turned it off because it ‘wasn’t her thing’. 

On her Instagram Stories, she said: ‘You guys love to judge me on my film and programme choices but I have just switched Bridgerton off to watch Serial Killer With Piers Morgan. 

‘Don’t know what that says about me to be honest. 

Not my thing: The Love Island star, 21, started watching Netflix's Bridgerton on Tuesday but soon turned it off because it 'wasn't her thing' and opted for a serial killer documentary instead

Not my thing: The Love Island star, 21, started watching Netflix’s Bridgerton on Tuesday but soon turned it off because it ‘wasn’t her thing’ and opted for a serial killer documentary instead

‘But Bridgerton wasn’t really for me – it was a bit slow and just a bit romantic and a bit – I like something with a bit more where you get really hooked into it, you know. So Serial Killer night it is’ 

Molly-Mae divided fans over the weekend after branding her £1,950 Gucci x The North Face jacket ‘chav chic’. 

The TV personality took to Instagram to show off her new designer outerwear in the controversial post, alongside the caption: ‘Chav chic and I’m here for it’ [sic]

Some social media users claimed the influencer is ‘tone deaf’ and ‘disconnected from the world’ for using the ‘classist term’, while others insisted naysayers should ‘give the girl a break’ and focus on ‘bigger problems’ instead.  

Mixed reactions: Molly-Mae divided fans over the weekend for branding her £1,950 Gucci x The North Face 'chav chic'

Mixed reactions: Molly-Mae divided fans over the weekend for branding her £1,950 Gucci x The North Face ‘chav chic’

Chav is a term usually used to describe a lower-class youth dressed in sportswear.

However, ‘chav chic’ also refers to the trend of athleisure loungewear – a look previously favoured by the likes of Paris Hilton and Britney Spears, who made pink velour tracksuits and Von Dutch caps a staple in many noughties wardrobes. 

On the topic, one slammed: ‘molly mae calling her gucci tnf jacket ‘chav chic’ really does back my dissertation. saying stuff like that with the potential of ‘influencing’ her 5 mill followers to use classist terms like that really does not sit well with me.’ (sic)

Others agreed: ‘please tell me molly mae didn’t actually say ‘chav chic’ … ??? how can someone be so disconnected from the outside world.

‘Calling out molly mae for using the words chav chic to describe a £2000+ coat is not ‘jealousy’, I absolutely love her but she is very tone deaf and so are a lot of you on here clearly …  

Luxurious: The TV personality took to Instagram over the weekend to show off her new designer outerwear

Luxurious: The TV personality took to Instagram over the weekend to show off her new designer outerwear

‘Hoping this is the year the idolising of Molly-Mae slams to a grinding halt when we add classist slurs to the mix of dreadful film taste, sh** cooking skills and buying dogs from illegal puppy farm breeders.’ (sic) 

However, many of her fans saw the humour in her description and told the critics to ‘be angry at something worth your time.’ (sic)  

They said: ‘All these ppl hating on molly mae have defo said worse things than chav and are just using this for another reason to hate on her.

‘I’m from a working class background from a council estate…i’m literally the epitome of the word and I can assure you the word isn’t offensive.

‘there’s literally nothing offensive about the word ‘chav’ there’s way bigger problems out there mate. get a grip. 

‘If you’re on the internet greetin about molly mae saying chav you need to relax. Go for a walk. Clear your head. All will be okay, I promise. 

What a collection: The YouTuber also revealed she's the proud owner of a sweatshirt from the recently released line

Bright: The items arrived in a eye-catching pink box

What a collection: The YouTuber also revealed she’s the proud owner of a sweatshirt from the recently released line

‘Molly mae in a gucci north face jacket calling it chav chic had me rolling all day omg…People having a go at Molly Mae for saying ‘chav chic’ is mind blowing to me. Why not get angry at something worth your time?

‘Why is it bad that Molly Mae has said chav? I’ve been getting called one my whole life just checking incase I deserve compensation.

‘Is it surprising that the majority of the people kicking off about Molly mae saying the word chav all have ‘Rose’ in their twitter bios, lol no it is not.  

'She is very tone deaf': Some social media users claimed the influencer is 'disconnected from the world' for using the 'classist term'

‘She is very tone deaf’: Some social media users claimed the influencer is ‘disconnected from the world’ for using the ‘classist term’

‘swear no ones had an issue with the word chav until molly mae calls a coat chav chic? Give the girl a break.

‘Can’t believe molly mae is getting stuck for saying chav chic get a life man why are people so bothered anout EVERYTHING it’s literally exhausting to even read

‘Madness mate, folk offended over that Molly Mae bird using the word ‘chav’ i genuinely give up with people. Laughable.’ (sic)

MailOnline contacted representatives for Molly-Mae for further comment.

'Get a grip': Others insisted naysayers should 'give the girl a break' and focus on 'bigger problems' instead

‘Get a grip’: Others insisted naysayers should ‘give the girl a break’ and focus on ‘bigger problems’ instead


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