Gemma Collins is selling off her old size 26 clothing as she continues on with her weight loss journey.
So far, the Diva Forever star has lost around three-and-a-half stone and decided the best way to get rid of her old outfits was to sell them for a great price.
The star, who has 35,000 followers on Depop, has already sold over 4,000 items and continuously adds more.
In true Gemma fashion, a lot of her clothes include sequins and glitter.
What’s not to love?
From crop tops and graphic t-shirts to headbands and flowy skirts, Gemma is giving fans the chance to bag a piece of her style.
Items range from being as little as a few quid to being just over £100 depending on the brand.
Over the last. year, the 40-year-old has been regularly updating her 2.2 million Instagram followers on her fitness journey and says she’s feeling better than ever.
After moving house this year, the TOWIE star has been sharing the gruelling workouts she does in her sprawling back garden with her fans.
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After battling with her weight for years, Gemma has found a winning combination with a blend of cardio and weights in her exercise routine alongside eating clean and ditching the snacks.
Fitness guru Joe Wicks has recently labelled Gemma’s incredible weight loss journey an ‘inspiration’ to those on the same fitness path.
Gushing about The GC in an interview with Metro, the Body Coach said: “There are loads of amazing trainers out there…
“But I think anyone that is going through a physical and mental transformation is inspiring, I think good luck to everybody.”
“It’s about inspiring and people have different journeys. It’s not always about fat loss and weight loss, some people have a positive message around mental health and how they feel,” he added.
“I don’t know Gemma Collins personally… but good luck to anyone trying to inspire the people.”
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