We can't believe this year's Love Island series is drawing to a close! As we wipe away our tears, we shift our attention to what the gorgeous ladies wore for the summer ball during the final episode. They all looked gorgeous! The final party saw the final four couples all dressed up in their formalwear, share their declarations to each other and have a good old dance.
Maura and Amber have both chosen white dresses
We got to see the girls go shopping during the episode - and all four opted for full-length dresses, with Molly-Mae going for another yellow number following Friday's beautiful date night look. Meanwhile Amber and Maura both went for white - Amber's is a classic maxi, Maura's is made in sexy sheer lace - and India chose a sparkling sequin gown.
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Molly-Mae wearing a yellow floor-length dress from ASOS, £73.50, and India wearing Boohoo.com, £54
It's not known where all the outfits are from yet, though most of the Islanders' outfits this season have come from high street brands such as I Saw It First, Shein, ASOS and Missguided. We wouldn't be surprised if, for the final, at least some of the girls' outfits are from online retailer I Saw It First, since it's the show's official clothing sponsor. Amber's dress looks to be the 'White Scuba Maxi Dress', which is currently reduced to just £17.50 (available here).
And what about our host, Caroline? Her stylist, Nisha Grewal told HELLO!: "It’s a surprise! We have an exciting designer creating the finale look!" And it turns out that Henry Holland was the man for the job.
Who's excited to see Caroline's final outfit?
One thing she won't be wearing is stiletto heels, however, since those iconic walk-in scenes can be a footwear nightmare, according to Nisha. "The one constant is the need for a block heel in the villa; the gaps in the decking can be slightly treacherous for that slow-mo walk," she added.
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