Love Island’s Olivia Attwood impresses in a sexy orange bodysuit as she drops a new clothing collection
In March she released her first spring/summer collection with isawitfirst.
And Olivia Attwood proves she’s still making headway in the fashion industry, as she wowed in skimpy outfits for her second collection at the online fashion house.
The reality TV star, 30, released the first images from her collection in a video posted to her Instagram on Thursday.
Stunning: Olivia Attwood is still making strides in the fashion industry as she wowed in skimpy outfits on Thursday for her second collection with online fashion house isawitfirst
The influencer looked stunning in an orange cropped bodysuit and her blonde locks styled in sweet pigtails.
In another clip, the beauty wowed in a baby blue bikini with a matching bandana, with the set embellished with sea creatures.
The former Love Island star also looked sensational in a beige knit crop top and high-waisted matching shorts on a pink runway.
Olivia took to her Instagram stories to explain the inspiration behind her collection, saying it was a Barbie doll/fantasy theme that represents her perfectly.
First sight! The reality TV star, 30, has released the first images of her isawitfirst collection in a video posted to her Instagram on Thursday.
Alongside the Instagram reel, Olivia wrote: “IT’S COMING HUNS…MY SECOND COLLECTION WITH ISAWITFIRST Monday 14th June – cancel your plans because my new summer collection is dropping and you seriously don’t want to miss it.”
This is Olivia’s second collection with the brand, the first drop includes graphic sweatshirts, dresses, tennis skirts, loungewear, denim, gilets and lingerie.
The moment an insider revealed that The sun on Sunday: ‘Olivia is a huge signing and has cost the brand a lot of money.’
The influencer has grown stronger since she appeared on the reality TV show Love Island in 2017.
Wow! The former Love Island star also looked sensational in a beige knit crop top and high-waisted matching shorts on a pink runway
The source explains: ‘She’s super popular – her fans love her heartfelt talk and humor, so they’ll love her wardrobe too.
“Olivia is a huge asset to the brand and has cost a lot of money, but first she knows she will be sold out.
They revealed that the reality star is “over the moon” to score the deal and “can’t wait” for her fans to see what she’s been working on.
Available soon! Alongside the Instagram reel, Olivia wrote: ‘IT’S COMING HUNS….MY SECOND COLLECTION WITH ISAWITFIRST Monday, June 14’
Olivia and her fiancé Bradley Dack, 27, are the stars of the ITVBe show Olivia meets her match.
Recently, the couple expanded their family and brought home a dog named Lola.
The pair gushed about the new addition they’d adopted into their household through The Pack Project in a heartwarming clip from the show.
In the new episode, the couple comes home with Lola, with Olivia carrying her in her arms as she shows her where she will sleep.
Style: This is Olivia’s second collection with the brand, the first drop came in March and was a huge signing for the brand at the time
Olivia says to the camera, “Here we go, Lolly is coming home. Lola Dack in the house’.
Olivia is then seen bringing Lola inside saying, “Good girl. What is that? This is your house. That wasn’t so bad was it?’
‘She’s so cute. I love her so much already,” the former TOWIE star gushed.
Theme: The star revealed that the collection is Barbie doll/fantasy themed and that it represents her perfectly
Olivia previously shared a series of snaps of their adorable new pup on Instagram, explaining that the five-month-old dog was found “crying in the snow on New Year’s Day in Romania.”
Olivia looked as glamorous as ever when she shared the news, showing fans a smile as she rocked the floppy-eared Carpathian/German Shepherd mix in the garden of her Manchester home.
Olivia recently took time out of her busy schedule to take care of her Blackburn Rovers beauty.
Inspo: Olivia took to her Instagram stories to explain the inspiration behind her collection, explaining that it was Barbie themed
Making progress: The influencer has grown stronger since she appeared on the reality TV show Love Island in 2017
Explaining little Lola’s background, Olivia urged her followers to adopt, posting a long caption next to the photos.
“I think I’ve kept you all waiting long enough… meet… Lola,” the reality star began.
“Brad and I have waited years to get a dog, and I can’t believe she’s really here and that she’s ours.
“And what I can believe even less is that we are getting this beautiful dog as part of our family because someone else didn’t think she was worthy to be in theirs.
TV show: Olivia and her fiancé Bradley Dack, 27, are the stars of the ITVBe show Olivia Meets Her Match and recently welcomed a new addition
‘We think she’s a Carpathian/German Sheepdog cross. 5 months old.
Lola and her siblings were found crying in the snow on New Year’s Day in Romania. After being dumped.
“Luckily, the incredible @carefordogsro managed to find them just in time and immediately got to work with @thepackprojectuk to try and turn their fate around.”
She added: ‘I had spoken to the absolute wonder woman Laura Walker – founder of the @pactprojdct, about an elderly dog looking for a home – we both decided our home might not be right for that particular dog – and then Laura called Lola – she sent a few pictures and I fell completely in love.
New home: Olivia shared a series of photos of their adorable new puppy on Instagram, explaining that the five-month-old dog was found ‘crying in the snow on New Year’s Day in Romania’
“The next few weeks took a lot of planning and incredible work from @thepackprojectuk to get Lola and so many other dogs to the UK to start their new life, the life they deserve.”
Concluding her post, Olivia warned her social media followers that they could expect a lot of dog spam in the coming days, writing, “Okay, I’m stopping now – but now you’re officially in a dog spam danger zone – you’ve been warned.
“And I’ll be sharing a lot more about @thepackprojectuk in my stories soon, and our reality of getting Lola to settle into her first home experience and answer all your questions.”
Fun: To conclude her post, Olivia warned her social media followers to expect a lot of dog spam in the coming days