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'What Would Ovie Do' T-Shirts Are Here And We Want To Buy 10 Tbh

'What Would Ovie Do' T-Shirts Are Here And We Want To Buy 10 Tbh

When we find ourselves in times of trouble - perhaps it's boy issues, work drama or a particularly savage hangover - it's hard not to ask yourself 'what would Ovie do?'

While a lot of the time lying down and eating an ice lolly won't solve our problems, we can still learn a lot from the Love Island star who has quickly become a series five fave.

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Now, we can wear our new life mantra on our chest, as In The Style has launched two t-shirts honouring the basketball player.

Credit: In The Style
Credit: In The Style

Adding to their existing collection of Love Island t-shirts, you can now get your hands on one with the slogans 'What would Ovie do?' and 'Current mood: Ovie' alluding to his permanently chill vibe.

The tees, both £12, come in black and white and come in sizes 6 to 16. Other slogan t-shirts in the online fashion retailer's collection include 'It Is What It Is' and 'I've Got A Text'

Credit: In The Style
Credit: In The Style
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"Ovie has been one of the standout stars of the last couple of weeks - his chilled natured and kind heart have won the nation over and we just had to honor him with his very own tees," said In The Style founder, Adam Frisby, adding: "'What Would Ovie Do' should be the nation's new life mantra.'

We have to agree.

In The Style aren't the only retailer to jump on the Love Island bandwagon. Pink Boutique have also released their own version of an 'It Is What It Is' tee, this time with curly pink (well duh!) text, which costs £12.

Past years have similarly seen catchphrases added to t-shirts such as 'Don't put all your eggs in one basket'.

Of course there are a ton of other merch you can buy to show your love for the show via the Love Island shop, such as makeup, suitcases, sunglasses and the show's famous water bottles.

Featured Image Credit: In The Style

Topics: Entertainment News, Life

Ciara Sheppard

Ciara is a freelance journalist working for Tyla. After graduating from the University of Sussex, Ciara worked as a writer at GLAMOUR Magazine and later as the Assistant Editor of Yahoo Style UK.

 

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