Emily Shak has shared a ten year throwback picture of her early modelling days and she looks unrecognisable.
Many wanted to know about her life as an influencer and if she ever gets embarrassed ‘posing’ in public.
Emily said: “You have no idea. I used to be so self conscious and I still do get embarrassed depending on where I am but I remind myself work is work and I try to be professional about it.”
Another asked to see some of Emily’s old modelling shots when she posted a throwback snap of an advertising poster she was featured in.
The model can be seen posing in a blue sequined dress with long waved brunette locks, a far cry from her current stylish bob.
She said: “I have them all stored on my Facebook account I’m not logged into at the mo so I’ll try find some soon but this is me approx 10/11 years ago shooting for Aberdeen shopping centre Christmas campaign.
“This was on the buses and I remember my mum driving me to Aberdeen on NY Eve and chasing a bus down and making me stand in front of it doing the awkward finger point “that’s me”.”
Emily has come a long way from modelling for shopping centres as she now works with big brands such as Boohoo, Boux Avenue, Bondi Sands and JD.
The stylish Scot has taken the social media world by storm since around 2017.
The popular fashionista launched on a website dedicated to all things sartorial before moving to YouTube and now mostly posts content on her Instagram page which has a following of over 1.1million.
Born in London and of Lebanese descent, Emily was brought up in Glasgow and worked in retail while modelling from around the age of 16.
Her popular posts range from outfits of the day, swanky trips abroad to exclusive resorts in places like Dubai and Maldives mixed in with stunning shots on the streets of Glasgow.
After moving to Falkirk for a while with former husband Paul Gough, she’s now moved back to the west coast with new man Charles Connolly, which means unfortunately there’s no chance of spotting her on the next series of Love Island like we were desperately hoping.