Married at First Sight’s Ines Basic is flogging her old clothes on Depop for some extra cash.
Sharing her page online she wrote: "Can't fit any of my pants any more guys. Ass too phat. Check out my new items on the Depop."
The controversial reality TV star has sold 59 pieces so far and boasts 426 followers on the platform.
The items include three pairs of high heels, a revealing orange bikini, a pair of Ines’s “favourite shorts” and a pair of leather pants that Ines captioned “Can’t fit me anymore. Best pants ever.”
Another piece for sale is a pair of Naked Tiger ribbed cotton booty shorts selling for $30 AUS dollars.
The most expensive item on her page is a Winston Wolfe lamb skin leather bucket bag with zips and fringe details being sold for around £60.
But before Brits get their hopes up Ines is not shipping internationally so only Aussies will be able to get their hands on any garments.
Ines joins the large group of reality stars to have created online pages to earn some extra pounds and recycle their wardrobes this lockdown.
TOWIE’s Gemma Collins, Made in Chelsea’s Georgia Toffolo and Love Island’s Olivia Buckland have all created Depop accounts to sell off their unwanted clothes.
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Katie Price recently used the app to flog her old sofa for an earth-shattering £1,500, and reportedly earned “£2,500 in five days” at the start of last month on the site.
Ines’s side hustle comes about as she recently revealed she is earning big bucks off the back of the show.
Speaking on the Unpopular podcast this week, she said she was earning good money as an Instagram influencer, two years on from her appearance on MAFS.
Being on the show caused her followers to skyrocket allowing her to make big money off sponsored posts and leave her career as a legal assistant behind.
While on the show several of the outfits that she wore sold out online after her episode aired, proving her value to business promoters.
She received an extra boost from UK fans when season 6 of MAFS was broadcast in Britain last year, gaining an extra 100k followers bringing her to 239k total.
She explained: “It's amazing because I've been getting some really good work opportunities with the UK – large, massive brands.”
Ines is also starting her own business launching a new product line with 10 per cent of the profits to be donated to charity.
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