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Dripping in designer! Isla Fisher stuns as she shows off her trim pins in a $10,000 Fendi outfit

Dripping in designer! Isla Fisher stuns as she shows off her trim pins in a $10,000 Fendi outfit

She’s the Hollywood A-lister with a designer wardrobe to match. 

And on Wednesday, Australian actress Isla Fisher showed off her newest threads as she posed up on Instagram. 

The 45-year-old flaunted her trim pins in her Fendi outfit, which costs a whopping $10,550.

Dripping in designer! Isla Fisher stunned on Wednesday as she showed off her trim pins in a $10,000 Fendi outfit

The gorgeous redhead cheekily captioned the post: ‘Stairway to ginger.’ 

In the image, Isla stunned in a pink turtleneck pullover, mauve satin shorts and pink leather heels.

She also posed with a beige leather bag which costs $5,100 alone.

The finer things: Isla is known for her love of designer outfits and is often spotted out and about with her luxury goods. In May, she stunned as she stepped out at an intimate dinner at Felix restaurant in Sydney for Chanel (pictured)

The finer things: Isla is known for her love of designer outfits and is often spotted out and about with her luxury goods. In May, she stunned as she stepped out at an intimate dinner at Felix restaurant in Sydney for Chanel (pictured)

Isla’s Fendi outfit 

– Pink leather bag – $5,100

– Satin shorts – $1,650

– Pink knitted pullover – $1,650 

– Pink leather high heel sandals – $2,150 

The Wedding Crashers star completed her chic look with a deep red lip and wore her long gorgeous locks out and over her shoulders.  

Isla is known for her love of designer and is often spotted out and about with her luxury goods. 

In May, she stunned as she stepped out at an intimate dinner at Felix restaurant in Sydney for Chanel.

She led the red carpet arrivals wearing head-to-toe Chanel, looking stylish in a chic black blazer and logo-emblazoned stockings and heels.

Isla has just relocated back to her native Australia with her Borat star husband Sacha Baron Cohen and their three children. 

The notoriously private actress told Marie Claire Australia in May about her marriage and their decision to relocate Down Under. 

Back on home soil: Isla recently relocated back to her native Australia with her Borat star husband Sacha Baron Cohen and their three children

Back on home soil: Isla recently relocated back to her native Australia with her Borat star husband Sacha Baron Cohen and their three children

She also said she felt ‘very lucky to have met’ the Borat star, 49, at a party in Sydney in 2002. 

Isla was asked to reveal the ‘secret’ to her long-lasting relationship with the British comedian as they approach 20 years together, and she said that ‘humour helps’.

‘I wish I had an answer. I’m very lucky to have met him,’ she added.

She also touched upon how grateful she is for everything in her life.

Smitten: She also said she felt 'very lucky to have met' the Borat star, 49, at a party in Sydney in 2002. Isla was asked to reveal the 'secret' to her long-lasting relationship with the British comedian as they approach 20 years together, and she said that 'humour helps'

Smitten: She also said she felt ‘very lucky to have met’ the Borat star, 49, at a party in Sydney in 2002. Isla was asked to reveal the ‘secret’ to her long-lasting relationship with the British comedian as they approach 20 years together, and she said that ‘humour helps’

‘I’m always surprised that I’m employed, married and have my family – everything else feels like a bonus,’ the mother of three said. 

Isla, who was born in Oman but grew up in Perth, also discussed moving back to Australia with her family after years spent living in Los Angeles.

While reports suggested she and Sacha had wanted to escape ‘Trump’s America’, Isla said relocating to Sydney was a personal rather than a political decision.

Isla said it ‘feels very magical’ to be back home after spending so long in the U.S. and that she can ‘be herself’ in Australia.

Back in Oz: Isla said it 'feels very magical' to be back home after spending so long in the US and that she can 'be herself' in Australia

Back in Oz: Isla said it ‘feels very magical’ to be back home after spending so long in the US and that she can ‘be herself’ in Australia

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