Love Island clothing brand deals each islander is likely to get such as ASOS and PrettyLittleThing

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The doors of the Love Island villa have closed once again for another year, which now means it's time for the contestants to resume their new normal lives back in the UK.

As they arrive home, it is known and expected that they will be flooded with partnerships and opportunities from various brands and organisations – maybe Faye Winter will get a deal with Crocs after wearing them multiple times.

Well, brand and marketing specialists at health and wellness storeEden’s Gatelooked back through the ladies time in the villa and have predicted who might get what deal from which brand.

It has been reported that Liberty Poole has already been expected to become the shows next millionaire despite missing out on the final cash prize of £50,000 as she has been approached by fashion brands already.

In The Style's CEO, Adam Frisby, took to Twitter to share his support for the blonde babe by saying: "Liberty … you went in to find love but instead found self love & now the whole nation also loves you."

"You could of played it out to the final but you absolutely knew your own worth & walked away! Never mind the £50k – you’ll get far more on the outside you beaut!"

Could a clothing deal be on the cards?

The fashion icon of the series was none other than Millie Court who continuously impressed us with her stunning style.

However, despite sporting an array of brands whilst on the show, Millie previously worked at much-loved brand ASOS as a Fashion Buyer’s Administrator, so could it be that she already has her foot in the door with them?

In addition to this, the 24-year-old wore the brand a total of 13 times whilst on the show, so she is a keep supporter of them.

Chloe Burrows kept it cool and plain with her looks throughout the series by wearing 31 pieces of clothing from the shows official fashion partner ISAWITFIRST, which was reported as the highest number of all the girls.

Tyler Woodward, Brand Specialist and CEO of Eden’s Gate said how: "Chloe is the undisputed I Saw It First representative of the season, wearing their clothing a whopping 31 times."

"She’ll likely get offers from PLT too, as she also topped the polls wearing 12 pieces of their clothing – more than any of the other girls."

Faye will also be known as one of the top fashion influencers of the show as she set searches for her outfits soaring on multiple occasions, all of which were also from ISAWITFIRST.

From her maxi dress that sold out in just 30 minutes of her wearing it on the show to the floaty denim shorts that become one of the islander's favourite styles, she wore the brand around 28 items.

In addition to this, she also came joint with Liberty of wearing items from PrettyLittleThing eight times.

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Kaz Kamwi turned the heads of not only the boys but also the viewers as she continued to wow by wearing the brand Oh Polly on 14 occasions.

Tyler went on to say: "Kaz will most likely be landing herself an Oh Polly Deal. She wore the iconic brand 14 times during her stay in the villa, more than double the amount Liberty wore it and 7 times the amount the other girls did!"

Mary Bedford went into the villa already working with brands such as boohoo, so we knew she would be a pro at styling up some of the best looks.

However, the 22-year-old is tipped to be working with the amazing House of CB as she wore it more than 5 times in the villa.

Now that the islander's are let back into the real world, we can't wait to see what happens next for them.

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