This year’s Love Island has been an emotional rollercoaster for all involved which made last night’s final viewing a tough one.
Two months ago we watched 12 eager contestants enter the ITV Majorcan villa only to be met with love, heartbreak and countless hours spent mooching around the infinity pool.
The final episode saw the Islanders’ battle it out for the top spot all dressed up in formalwear, sharing their declarations of love to each other and looking back at their best moments in the villa.
And while we’re still trying to get our heads around how hot 6ft4 basketball player Ovie Soko is or how Greg O’Shea managed to sweep Amber Gill off her feet to go on to win this year’s show, some viewers couldn’t help but feel distracted by Love Island presenter Caroline Flack’s choice of clothing.
The 39-year-old host opted for a silk zebra mini dress to show off her enviable legs and paired the outfit with nude sandals and gorgeous jewellery.
The bespoke dress was made by UK designer Henry Holland and was made for Caroline specially for the final, however there is a skirt made by Henry available online in the same print for £265 here.
Her sassy dress received mixed reviews online, with some urging Flack to fire her stylist.
Caroline Flack needs that £50k to invest in a new stylist— Liam Lovesey (@LiamLovesey94) July 28, 2019
I’m sorry but Caroline Flack’s stylist needs to be fired 😂 all her outfits this series have been awful 🤮 #LoveIsland— TAYTAY (@zozotaytay97) July 29, 2019
I said the same thing for the #loveisland final last year, but Caroline flack’s stylist needs sacked. That dress is howlin— laura 🥀 (@lxuracxtherine) July 30, 2018
However, other’s praised the dress and Caroline’s outfits throughout the series.
Her dress for the sixth Aftersun episode was a hit. Caroline wore a strapless red dress by Los Angeles-based designer Michelle Mason paired with black Sophia Webster sandals, which you can buy here for £395. Her particular dress is currently unavailable to buy - boo! - but a similar version is available for £713 here.
Caroline opted for a more casual look for her fifth Aftersun episode, combining high-street pieces from Zara, Topshop and River Island.
The host wore a pair of high-waisted denim shorts from River Island which retails at £30. She paired the “Annie” shorts with a chic asymmetric top from Zara which costs £29.99 and a pair of £49 snake print heels from Topshop.
However, one clear favourite was Caroline’s bright fuchsia pink floor-length dress with a thigh split by Belgian fashion label Essential Antwerp.
Twitter users were begging the TV host to unveil where she bought the vibrant ensemble from. The vibrant maxi dress retails at £185 and comes in orange and blue.
If you’re sad that Love Island has finished, worry not, a new series has been given the green light for the winter. So stay tuned for more of Caroline’s stylish outfits.
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