Fashion fan shows the reality of getting into a Molly Mae PLT corset top – it takes her mum, sister & a LOT of time | The Sun

SHE splashed out on some corset tops after seeing them on Molly Mae Hague.

But Chelsea Farrell was left more than a little disappointed as she couldn't get the white tops on – even with the help of her mum and sister.

She began her TikTok try on with just her mum's help, although her mother didn't offer much optimism, telling her daughter: "Not gonna happen".

"It is," Chelsea insisted, as she pulled the two sides of the top together.

"See," she said, while struggling to breathe.

Chelsea zipped up the corset with the zip at the front of her body, before turning it round and asking her mum to help.

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"I don't perform miracles, my name's not Jesus," her mum grumbled.

They didn't manage to get the first one done up – even after getting sister Georgia involved – so Chelsea tried on the second one that she bought.

As Georgia once again struggled to do the corset up, Chelsea raged: "Molly Mae is getting an email off me".

The video concluded with the family deciding the top was made wrong, and was too big at the bust and too tight at the back.

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"It was made wrong, that is not a 10, no way," her mum insisted.

"Reality check, takes approx 1 hour and 7 people to get these tops on," Chelsea captioned her video.

In the comments section, people were quick to offer their suggestions for how Chelsea could get the tops to do up.

"You need a hook at the top to help you keep it in place," one wrote.

"You could always sew one on for next time." 

"Hold shut just over where you're zipping not the top it will work," a second added.

"Put a ribbon through the zipper so you can pull it while the other 2 hold it," someone else commented.

"When pulling it together whilst the other zips, rather than doing it at the top, hold it where ur trying to zip it that makes sense," another wrote.

Others suggested Chelsea hadn't got the right size, but she insisted that she had – they're just a nightmare to get on.

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"Just buy a bigger size," one wrote.

To which Chelsea replied: "For context we did; but it’s just the way these tops are made, they do fit but it takes ten people to get you into it."

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