Go to hell for leather! Samantha Jade poses in her $430 edgy designer maxi dress and her $2500 Prada handbag.
Samantha Jade showed off her very expensive taste on Friday when she posed for a steamy Instagram photo shoot.
The X Factor winner, 35, crouched seductively in a $429 Effie Kats strapless leather maxi dress while clutching a $2,500 nylon Prada handbag.
Giving a series of facial expressions to the camera, the blonde bombshell completed her look with a diamond engagement ring from husband Pat Handlein and a pair of black high heels.
Samantha Jade (pictured), 35, showed off her very expensive hobby on Friday when she posed for a steamy Instagram photoshoot.
The pop star, “Friday Vibes,” captioned the photo gallery alongside a black love heart emoji.
Jade and Handlin tied the knot in October in a very intimate ceremony in Italy.
The pair was attended by only the host and his friends, singer Guy Sebastian and his wife Jules.
The X Factor winner was photographed squatting seductively in a strapless leather maxi dress by Effie Kats, worth $429, while clutching a $2,500 nylon Prada handbag.
Giving a series of facial expressions to the camera, the blonde bombshell completed her look with black high heels and a diamond engagement ring from husband Pat Handlein.
After the ceremony, the four friends took a boat to their next destination and partyed all night.
Known for hits New Boy, Bounce and Sweet Talk, Jade has had to cancel two weddings in 2020 due to the pandemic.
She told Parsnow last year that she had pretty much given up on planning a 2021 wedding.
Jade announced her engagement to Handlin in January 2019 after they reportedly started dating around mid-2017.
Handlin was one of two executives at Sony Music Australia in June 2021, following the sudden departure of his father and long-time CEO, Dennis Handlin.
A New York-based spokesperson for the label confirmed to The Music Network in August that he was “no longer with the company.”
He joined the company as an intern in 2006 and has since been promoted to Vice President of Artists and Repertoire.