Olivia Attwood has been forced to close her online clothing business for the time being, according to reports
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Love Island’s Olivia Attwood is said to have been “forced to close her clothing brand” after just three months.
The reality TV star set up her own business – We Are Foolish – selling luxury clothing in November – but after complaints about deliveries and “severe” delays, she took a temporary break. close the door.
The online store has been closed for the past two weeks as it moved to a new warehouse in an effort to improve its delivery service.
Customers are being told that they can no longer purchase items from the brand at this time, nor receive refunds for clothes purchased that did not show up.
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The brand ran for three years before launching in W London.
Her closest celebrity friends attended the event as she celebrated her new clothing line.
“I’m really proud of it,” Olivia told The Sun at the time.
“I’ve matured a lot in the last four years and I think my style has evolved. There are going to be people aged and up who want to invest in quality work that will last from season to season.
“It’s not about old-fashioned fashion, it’s about timeless, classic pieces.
“I would never give my name to something unless it’s absolutely true.”
A We Are Foolish spokesperson explained: “We are on the move!
“Since launching Foolish, our customers have experienced severe delays with their orders. As such, we sincerely apologize for any inconvenience caused and due decided to move to a larger and more advanced fulfillment center to ensure our customers receive their orders efficiently.
“We’ll be back up and running soon and look forward to providing our customers with the service they deserve.
“We will be giving all email subscribers a discount code to use on our website as we get ready to launch the SS22 collection with a brand new inventory.
“Our customer service team will respond to all emails and refunds will be processed.
“Be patient with our customer service team as they respond to texts and emails.
“It may take up to 24 hours for a response in some cases.
“Thank you. Team Fool.”
The Mirror has contacted Olivia’s representative for comment.
https://www.mirror.co.uk/3am/celebrity-news/love-islands-olivia-attwood-forced-26334677 Love Island's Olivia Attwood 'forced to close her clothing brand' after 3 months