Married At First Sight’s Martha Kalifatidis puts on an eye-popping display in a VERY revealing dress

Martha Kalifatidis left little to the imagination when she stepped out in a revealing purple dress on Tuesday.

Posing at the entrance to her Sydney home, the 32-year-old former Married At First Sight star showed off her curves in a purple mini-dress.

The thigh-high dress featured cut-out panelling at the sides and a plunging neckline, which barely contained her breasts.

Purple reign: Martha Kalifatidis left little to the imagination when she stepped out in a revealing purple dress on Tuesday

‘Best foot forward in @glassons,’ she captioned the apparently sponsored post.

Her long copper-coloured hair was worn loose, and she carried a handbag on one shoulder and wore a pair of cream-coloured slides.

Posing with one arm seductively perched up against the doorframe, Martha shot the camera a smoldering look.

Shop girl: In an interview with Daily Mail Australia in March last year, she revealed she prefers to shop online to avoid any awkward confrontations with sales assistants

In an interview with Daily Mail Australia in March last year, she revealed she prefers to shop online to avoid any awkward confrontations with sales assistants.

‘I hate going into stores and trying things on. I’d rather just buy them online and try them on in my own room with my own mirror that I know isn’t lying to me,’ she said.

‘And then you don’t have to deal with the confrontation of people that take it personally when you want to return something. You just send it back!

‘I hate going into stores and trying things on. I’d rather just buy them online and try them on in my own room with my own mirror that I know isn’t lying to me,’ she said

‘If you’re taking a lot of time, you feel bad, so you have to buy something… and then it’s like, “Okay, now I’m stuck with this thing that I’m never going to wear.”‘

She also spoke about being tainted as a villain on the 2019 season of MAFS, and said people need to remember the show is ‘a production’.

‘It’s very clever the way it’s done. The psychology behind it and how it works is very smart,’ she explained.

‘The whole country watches the show! And then the whole country has made an opinion based on, I don’t want to say a bulls**t show, but it’s not always the most authentic portrayal,’ she said of Married At First Sight (pictured on the show in 2019)

‘You have to be a very strong and resilient person to do it, otherwise you’ll get crushed.

‘The whole country watches the show! And then the whole country has made an opinion based on, I don’t want to say a bulls**t show, but it’s not always the most authentic portrayal.’

She added: ‘You cannot prepare for it! Nothing can prepare you.’

‘You have to be a very strong and resilient person to do it, otherwise you’ll get crushed,’ she said of appearing on MAFS

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