Olivia Attwood 'forced to temporarily shut down her clothing brand'

Olivia Attwood ‘forced to temporarily shut down her clothing brand after customers experienced severe delays’… just three months after star-studded launch

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Olivia Attwood has reportedly been forced to temporarily shut down her luxury clothing brand after customers had experienced ‘severe delays’ with their deliveries.

The Love Island favourite, 30, launched her own online clothing brand Foolish in November, with the beauty hosted a star-studded party attended by a host of showbiz pals.

But just three months on, the business is thought to have run into trouble and forced to relocate to a new warehouse in a bid to improve its services. 

Oh no: Olivia Attwood has reportedly been forced to temporarily shut down her luxury clothing brand after customers had experienced ‘severe delays’ with their deliveries (pictured on the day of the launch in November)

According to The Sun, We Are Foolish has been closed for the past two weeks while they move to a ‘larger fulfillment centre’ where they’ll be able to process customer orders more efficiently.

In the interim, the publication reports that customers are unable to purchase clothing online and have been offered refunds for items that haven’t been delivered. 

The We Are Foolish Instagram account shared a statement on their stories last week explaining the situation, assuring fans they’ll be back ‘very soon’.

They penned: ‘We are moving! Since launching Foolish, our customers have experienced severe delays with their orders. 

Business: The Love Island favourite, 30, launched her own online clothing brand Foolish in November, with the beauty hosted a star-studded party attended by a host of showbiz pals

‘For that we are sincerely sorry for any inconvenience caused and therefore have made the decision to move into a superior and larger fulfilment centre that will ensure our customers receive their orders efficiently.

‘We will be back up and running very soon and look forward to providing our customers with the service they deserve.

‘We will be providing all email subscribers with a discount code to use on our site when we are ready to launch the SS22 collection with out brand new warehouse.

Issues: But just three months on, the business is thought to have run into trouble and forced to relocate to a new warehouse in a bid to improve its services

‘Our customer service team will be responding to all emails and refunds will be processed. Please be patient with our customer service team as they respond to messages and emails.

‘This can take up to 24 hours to respond in some cases. Thank you. The Foolish Team.’

MailOnline have contacted representatives of Olivia for comment. 

Olivia previously to the publication revealed how ‘proud’ she was of her new business venture, adding: ‘I would never put my name to something unless it was fully right.’

Update: The We Are Foolish Instagram account shared a statement on their stories last week explaining the situation, assuring fans they’ll be back ‘very soon’

It comes as she was seen shooting scenes last month, for her upcoming documentary series, Getting Filthy Rich, which is set to air on ITV2 later this year. 

It was revealed that Olivia would be hosting a brand new ITV2 documentary probing into OnlyFans and sex sites.

ITV2 boss Paul Mortimer tipped the reality star to become the new Stacey Dooley as she develops her presenting career, having previously appeared in her own reality show, Olivia Meets Her Match.

Singing her praises at the Edinburgh TV Festival, Paul said of Olivia’s new documentary: ‘She is exploring, in a series of four films, the Internet phenomena that is young women and men who are using it in order to make easy money.

‘So it will be talking about things like Only Fans and the internet porn sites.

Excited: Olivia previously to the publication revealed how ‘proud’ she was of her new business venture, adding: ‘I would never put my name to something unless it was fully right’ 

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