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Molly-Mae Hague has achieved one of her life goals – having her very own walk-in wardrobe.

The Love Island star, 21, who stunned fans with her newly short hair style, gave a tour of the impressive transformation from spare room to a jam-packed dressing room.

She shared the before and after in her YouTube tour detailing the process and why she spent money on the custom-made wardrobes despite only renting the house she and boyfriend Tommy Fury are living in until they buy their own place.

The reality star has also given a peek at her favourite fragrances and also said she was running out of space to store her ever-growing make-up collection.

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Molly-Mae has been keeping on top of her impressive new room sharing a peek inside how tidy it was late one night: "Organised again. The happiness I feel when I stand in this room after it's tidy is just ridiculous."

She added along with love heart emojis: "Still can't believe this room is mine. I have dreamt of having something like this my whole life. Literally feel so lucky when I walk in."

The influencer also shared a close-up look, after she said she was inundated with requests, at the different types of perfumes she wears, including Tom Ford, Dior, Jo Malone, Baccarat Rouge 540 and Vanitas Profumum Roma.


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Showing off the built-in designs, each section had strip lighting that lit up with sensors when walking into the room, along with double sets of hanging rails for all of Molly-Mae's designer threads.

Then on the smaller wall is a fitted unit with seven shelves, making it the perfect space for the fashion influencer to show off her gorgeous bag and shoe collection.


Molly-Mae brought in assistance to help organise her clothes on the rails as she explained that they needed the room to be finished because they were filming a mystery project the day after.

Sophie, Molly-Mae's "wardrobe organiser", managed to whip up an amazingly organised display of the TV star's belongings in just a few hours.

She'd hung up all her coats in one section, jeans and trousers in another, jackets, jogging bottoms, jumpers, shirts, and dresses each got their own individual allotted slots.


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"I'm so happy I can actually see my clothes, because I literally hated living out of boxes for so long. It was like two months of rummaging around looking for stuff. It's going to be so much easier now."

As well as all her clothes, Molly-Mae had a desk area which featured a very on trend collage wall with a quote that read "It's not what we have in our life but who that matters".

And an incredible white chair with fringing, a display of perfume bottles, Cartier jewellery boxes, designer books, and a make-up storage area.


Not so surprisingly the Pretty Little Thing ambassador had a set of drawers designated for her gym gear and her hair extensions.

Opening up one drawer Molly-Mae showed that it was full of fake blonde hair: "Oh my goodness I literally opened the drawer and it looked like someone was lying in there!

"It doesn't even show how thick it is, but I have got more hair extensions in there than I have ever ever seen!"

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Molly-Mae said she was "ecstatic" with the finished results, which also had a stack of Louis Vuitton boxes neatly arranged under the window.

She defended her decision to spend money on building a custom set of wardrobes when she was only renting: "I have to have my clothes hung up, I can't live out of boxes. My job is clothes, fashion and posting things for you guys. I just can't really live like that."

She went on to discuss how a house she and Tommy had their eye on to buy had fallen through: "We're going to be here for about a year now, so I am absolutely fine spending money to get this room sorted."

She added: "Some may call me extra because I couldn't bring my old wardrobes over from my last place but the walls and ceilings are slanted in here and I didn't want a rubbish company to put in rubbish wardrobes."

Gushing over Tailor Bespoke who fitted the custom-made wardrobes, Molly-Mae said she was looking forward to filming more content for her followers in the stunning room.

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