LOVE Island is back on our screens and as the Islanders soak up the sun in Majorca, eagle-eyed viewers have been once again lusting after some enviable fashion items the contestants have been wearing.
This year all eyes are on the boys, who have been sporting ‘R’ Rewired hats.
Hugo Hammond, Toby Aromolaran, Aaron Francis and Jake Cornish have all been spied in them – but where are these stylish hallowed caps from?
The R caps are made by sportswear label, Rewired, the official headwear partner of ITV’s Love Island for 2021.
Viewers can shop a variety of styles directly from the Rewired website or from high street giant JD Sports.
The caps are priced between £25 and £30, and come in a number of colours.
- Rewired R Trucker Cap, £25, JD Sports – buy here
The Trucker style cap has been the most popular style in the villa for 2021, with all the boys wearing them throughout their Love Island stint.
The headgear was also popular with previous Love Island alumni Mike Boateng and Ollie Williams back in 2020.
Fans can also pick up the baseball or ‘dad hat’ styles online too.
But it’s not just hats that the brand sells, shoppers can also pick up face masks, t-shirts, hoodies and activewear for men, women and kids too.
Viewers can also shop the exact sunglasses donned by this year’s cast thanks to Love Island’s partnership with sunglasses brand, Bad Hero.
The stylish selection features 114 designs curated by the show’s stylist, which are on sale now at I Saw It First. Prices start from £75.
Loved Laura Whitmore’s outfit in the first episode? Here’s where you can buy the presenter’s premiere outfit – including her incredible ‘My Type on Paper’ hairclip.
Want to find more fashion spotted on the show? Check out the cast’s best outfits and where to buy them online including exact outfits from I Saw It First.
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