Olivia Attwood cuts a casual figure in a baby blue ensemble as she heads out in Manchester after slamming reality star influencers for flocking to Dubai
She recently slammed fellow influencers for heading to Dubai during the pandemic.
But Olivia Attwood seemed in good spirits as she headed out in Manchester in a casual chic blue ensemble on Sunday.
The former Love Island star, 29, cut a stylish figure in a baby blue tracksuit and matching beanie hat.
Shades of blue: Olivia Attwood, 29, seemed in good spirits as she headed out in Manchester in a casual chic blue ensemble on Sunday
She paired the look with a long borg coat in a darker shade of blue as she was spotted out and about for the first time since calling out fellow influencers.
Olivia tied the outfit together with a pair of UGG’s for comfort and added a touch of glam with a borg Louis Vuitton bum bag which she wore across her body.
The reality star tucked her golden tresses under her hat and let her lengthy locks cascade in loose waves across her shoulders.
She added some glamour to her comfortable attire with a full-coverage but natural make-up palette.
Stylish: The former Love Island star paired her baby blue tracksuit with a darker blue borg coat and kept her outfit laid back wearing a pair of UGG boots
This comes after she hit out at her influencer pals for claiming they are ‘working’ in sunnier climates during the global pandemic.
She took to her Instagram Stories from her Manchester home to criticise her reality star and influencer pals, who remain in Dubai, for claiming they are ‘working abroad’ amid the coronavirus crisis.
Addressing the furore over her comments later in the week, Olivia insisted that she doesn’t want to encourage any ‘hurtful behaviour’.
Cosy: Olivia wrapped up for cold January weather but kept it glam by wearing a Louis Vuitton bumbag across her body and styling her hair in loose waves
In an interview with Grazia, the reality TV star said that the one way fuming fans can hit back the hardest is by unfollowing the offending parties.
She said: ‘The way to hurt people is silence because actually, when you are commenting on someone’s photo, even if it’s a bad negative comment, you’re still drumming up interaction on that post.
”[I}f you’re going to send out to a brand that 5000 people have unfollowed you this week, it doesn’t look good, does it? So yeah, it makes a big difference.’
Important: Olivia recently criticised her influencer pals who said they are ‘working abroad’ amid the coronavirus crisis, before asking fans to stop trolling them in a video