Georgia Toffolo impresses with a range of sultry summer looks as she launches the fashion collection

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Georgia Toffolo shows off her tight midriff in a mint green combo before donning a sassy cropped dress as she models outfits from her new fashion collection

She always stands out with her great sense of style.

And Georgia Toffolo looked nothing short of sensational modeling a range of sultry summer looks when she launched her new collection with clothing label SHEIN.

The former Made In Chelsea star, 26, wowed in a mint green combo before showing off her figure in a slinky cut dress as she posed in an idyllic beach location.

Beach babe: Georgia Toffolo looked nothing short of sensational modeling a range of sultry summer looks as she launched her new collection with clothing label SHEIN

Georgia radiated confidence as she modeled items from her collection, with one look stunned to see her in a white halter top and matching skirt as she posed seductively on the sand.

While another sees the star flitting her toned legs in small white hot pants and a beige halter top.

One of Georgia’s new collections is a bright pink crop top with puff sleeves and a matching mini skirt, which she modeled with confidence on the beach.

As she looked summer ready in jeans and a plunging multicolored halter top as she posed a storm on the shore.

Stunning: The former Made In Chelsea star, 26, wowed in a mint green combo before showing off her figure in a slinky cut dress as she posed in an idyllic beach location

Stunning: The former Made In Chelsea star, 26, wowed in a mint green combo before showing off her figure in a slinky cut dress as she posed in an idyllic beach location

The TV personality certainly turned out to be her own best advertisement as she stunned with items from her 28-piece collection, consisting of ‘cool combos, chic singles and standout dresses’ – perfect for the summer months.

The stunning photos come after Toff recently revealed that she has now accepted her acne as part of who she is, after vicious trolls called her “pizza face” because of her skin tone.

The former Made In Chelsea star has suffered from spots and scars since she was a teenager, but said her ‘skin was really awful’ when she appeared on I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! in 2017.

Stunning: Georgia radiated confidence as she modeled items from her collection, with one look stunned in a white halter top and matching skirt as she posed seductively on the sand

Stunning: Georgia radiated confidence as she modeled items from her collection, with one look stunned in a white halter top and matching skirt as she posed seductively on the sand

Leggy view: While another sees the star flashing her tight legs in small white hot pants and a beige halter top

Leggy view: While another sees the star flashing her tight legs in small white hot pants and a beige halter top

Pink lady: One of Georgia's new collections is a bright pink crop top with puff sleeves and a matching mini skirt, which she modeled with confidence on the beach

Pink lady: One of Georgia’s new collections is a bright pink crop top with puff sleeves and a matching mini skirt, which she modeled with confidence on the beach

The TV personality shared how she now feels “liberated” after a “journey of acceptance” with her acne battle.

Talking about Loose Women earlier this year, Toff said, “I’m really proud of my skin and the scars and redness I have… they’re a part of me now.”

Toff explained: “When I got the… [I’m a Celebrity] jungle my skin was horrible at the time it was the first thing my mom said when i came out told me you really helped others going through it.

Summertime: Looking summer ready in jeans and a plunging multicolored halter top as she posed a storm on the shore

Summertime: Looking summer ready in jeans and a plunging multicolored halter top as she posed a storm on the shore

“It comes to that point when you think, oh yeah, I’ve got a few spots, my friends and family love me just the way I am.

“It’s taken me on this journey of acceptance, but even now I’m really proud of my skin and the scars and redness I have… they’re a part of me now.”

She continued: “Of course I’m 26 and I haven’t always felt this way. But I think it’s very important to talk about it.

“I think a lot of people would look at me with my skin and say, ‘Oh, it’s an aesthetic thing that she wants to be perfect and beautiful.’

“That’s fine, that’s one thing. But the other thing is how deeply it touches you emotionally and mentally because it’s been on my face for 13 years.

“Four months after I went into the jungle and I did a feature on This Morning and I got trolls saying I had pizza face and other stuff and I looked through the camera and cried out and it was so liberating. ‘

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