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Inside Sophie Monk’s jaw-dropping Bachelorette wardrobe

Sophie Monk is the most famous woman to front Australia’s version of The Bachelorette

And it appears Channel Ten allocated a wardrobe budget to match her star status.

Despite entering voluntary administration earlier in the year, the embattled television network splashed the cash to make sure the 37-year-old beauty looked her very best in every single episode.

Sensational wardrobe: Channel Ten didn’t hold back in styling stunning Sophie Monk on this season of The Bachelorette, appearing in a multitude of jaw-dropping dresses.

For Thursday night’s finale, Sophie stunned in a cream embroidered gown from luxury label Pallas Couture. 

Pallas Couture specialises in wedding gowns, with celebrity brides including Teresa Palmer and Tanya Tozzi opting for to wear the label for their respective nuptials.

Gowns by the Australian label retail for an eye-watering $7000 and up.

For the finale, Sophie was also seen sporting a pair of Champagne Slide Earrings from designer Luke Rose, which retail for a cool $1295.

Red hot! On Wednesday night’s episode, Sophie look ravishing in a red $1350 Galanni frock

Custom made: After the hometown dates the stunning singer rocked a custom-made Mariam Seddiq

Custom made: After the hometown dates the stunning singer rocked a custom-made Mariam Seddiq

But Sophie’s extravagant outfits weren’t just reserved for the finale.

Week after the week, the bombshell blonde made sure she turned the heads and dropped the jaws of both her male suitors and viewers alike.

On Wednesday night’s episode, Sophie look ravishing in a red $1350 Galanni frock as she sent home magician Apollo Jackson.

A beauty in black: A number of Sophie’s other outfits were also custom made, including a black Cappellazzo Couture dress

Ravishing in red: Sophie rocked a red Oglia-Loro frock

The quirky cutaway dress was paired with hoop earrings from Sydney jeweler Affinity Diamonds. 

After the hometown dates the stunning singer rocked a custom-made Mariam Seddiq jumpsuit for an intense rose ceremony.

It was no wonder Blake Colman couldn’t handle Sophie’s rejection after she sent him home given that she looked sensational in the quirky black and gold garment.

A number of Sophie’s other outfits were also custom made, including a black Cappellazzo Couture dress, a red Oglia-Loro frock and the champagne coloured Con Ilio gown which she wore for the premiere episode. 

What an entrance! A custom made champagne coloured Con Ilio gown was Sophie's choice for the premiere episode

What an entrance! A custom made champagne coloured Con Ilio gown was Sophie’s choice for the premiere episode

Perhaps Sophie’s most jaw-dropping outfit, however, was a custom hand beaded and embellished Philippa Galasso frock that took a team of dress-makers a staggering 150 hours to complete.

‘Dress of the season!!!’ gushed one fan after the reality star posted a picture of herself in the dress to Instagram. 

However, Sophie also wore some more modestly priced clothing during her time on the program, still managing to look both fashionable and flawless.

Wow: Perhaps Sophie's most jaw-dropping outfit was a custom hand beaded and embellished Philippa Galasso frock that took a team of dress-makers a staggering 150 hours to complete

Wow: Perhaps Sophie’s most jaw-dropping outfit was a custom hand beaded and embellished Philippa Galasso frock that took a team of dress-makers a staggering 150 hours to complete

Beauty on a budget: Sophie also dazzled in a  $750 Sass & Bide maxi dress

A $750 Sass & Bide maxi dress and a $395 Blessed Are The Meek co ord top and skirt were also worn by the pop star.

And one of Sophie’s most striking looks were also the cheapest.

The blonde looked simply sensational in a pale blue frock from British line House of CB which retails for just $300. 

Quirky: A $395 Blessed Are The Meek co ord was seen on Sophie in an early episode of the show

Stunner: The blonde looked simply sensational in a pale blue frock from British line House of CB which retails for $300.

 

 

 

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