Mother, 22, does school run with a GUN painted on her face

Mother, 22, divides opinion by donning a daring corset and patchwork skirt and painting a GUN on her face to do the school run

A mother divided social media when she stepped out to do the school run with a gun painted on her face. 

Charlie Hayes, 22, left other parents’ jaws on the floor when she dropped her five-year-old son Jasper off with the experimental look. 

The influencer from Folkestone, Kent, finished her look up with an equally colourful ensemble featuring a bright orange faux-fur hat and a patchwork skirt.

She also sported a corset top, with the words ‘make love not war’, which showed off several visible tattoos along her arms and neck.

‘Good morning, let’s get dressed for the school run,’ she told the camera in a TikTok, which has racked up more than 47,000 views. 

‘I have a gun on my face so as you imagine, today’s outfit is going to be a little bit crazy!’

Charlie matched her make-up – including the controversial weapon design as well as heavy lashes and a cherry red lip – to an ‘insane’ two-piece she got from Depop.

‘I put some tights on to go on underneath the skirt so I stay extra warm,’ she continued.

A 22-year-old mother divided social media when she stepped out to do the school run with a gun painted on her face

A 22-year-old mother divided social media when she stepped out to do the school run with a gun painted on her face

Charlie Hayes likely left other parents' jaws on the floor when she dropped her five-year-old son Jasper off with the experimental look

Charlie Hayes likely left other parents’ jaws on the floor when she dropped her five-year-old son Jasper off with the experimental look

However, while most people found the outfit incredibly chic - many comparing Charlie to the late fashion icon Vivienne Westwood - not everyone was so sure

However, while most people found the outfit incredibly chic – many comparing Charlie to the late fashion icon Vivienne Westwood – not everyone was so sure

To accessorise, Charlie started with a chunky ‘statement necklace’ which she got from a charity shop.

Next came some bright red, pointed heels and an orange fax fur hat.

The delighted mother told her viewers:  ‘This look is already going crazy!’

She tied the look together with a vintage rabbit fur jacket and an embroidered bag. 

The style influencer admitted she felt ‘glamorous’ in the ensemble and is ‘in love’ with the two-piece.

The influencer from Folkestone, Kent, finished her look up with an equally colourful ensemble featuring a bright orange faux-fur hat and a patchwork skirt

The influencer from Folkestone, Kent, finished her look up with an equally colourful ensemble featuring a bright orange faux-fur hat and a patchwork skirt

Charlie matched her make-up - including the controversial weapon design as well as heavy lashes and a cherry red lip - to an 'insane' two-piece she got from Depop

Charlie matched her make-up – including the controversial weapon design as well as heavy lashes and a cherry red lip – to an ‘insane’ two-piece she got from Depop

To accessorise, Charlie started with a chunky 'statement necklace' which she got from a charity shop. Next came some bright red, pointed heels and an orange fax fur hat

To accessorise, Charlie started with a chunky ‘statement necklace’ which she got from a charity shop. Next came some bright red, pointed heels and an orange fax fur hat

However, while most people found the outfit incredibly chic –  many comparing Charlie to the late fashion icon Vivienne Westwood – not everyone was so sure.

‘I love this and wearing what you want to run your kid to school but justttt maybe the wrong place to wear guns LMAO,’ one viewer wrote.

Another questioned: ‘Love itttt, might be a silly question but did the school have a problem with the gun on your face?’

Most fan were full of praise for the influencer’s bold, if not controversial, look.

‘I feel like Vivi Westwood would have wanted to adopt you,’ a poster gushed.

A second penned: ‘Slay slay slay.’

Elsewhere, a commenter remarked: ‘Finally someone else who is outlandish on the school run.’ 

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