Sometimes it’s best to stick to the basics, and that’s exactly what Livvy did when she wore a simple white tank top with a pair of black jogging pants. Steal Livvy’s style with a scoop neck tank that’s slightly cropped at the waist – don’t be afraid to show some skin!
We’ve found this one from Free People made from seamless fabric which gives a form-fitting finish and a sleek silhouette.
We think it looks great worn with some baggy low-rise jeans, or dress it up with a colorful pleated skirt for a cute look!
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Olivia Dunne shows gym-honed abs in Vuori clothing
Livvy Dunne posed on a sandy beach for a photo shoot with the clothing brand Vuori. The college athlete signed a deal with the performance apparel brand in September last year.
In the snaps shared with her 2.3 million Instagram followers, Dunne posed in a high-cropped black top and matching pants.
“What’s up ‘bu!” she wrote in the caption of the IG post.
Dunne is one of the most influential college athletes on social media. She is among those who took advantage of the NCAA’s name, image, and likeness rule change last year by inking lucrative endorsement deals.
However, the move for athletes to earn a living from their image has had its fair share of critics.
Livvy Dunne responds to NYT’ sex sells’ article
Dunne responded to an NYT article that quotes a women’s basketball coach who claimed sponsored social media posts that allude to sexiness are “regressive.”
Stanford’s Tara VanDerveer, a successful women’s college basketball coach, believes the focus on beauty is regressive for female athletes.
“I guess sometimes we have this swinging pendulum, where we maybe take two steps forward, and then we take a step back. We’re fighting for all the opportunities to compete, to play, to have resources, to have facilities, to have coaches, and all the things that go with Olympic-caliber athletics.”
“This is a step back,” she added.
Dunne seemingly directly responded to VanDerveer with a TikTok video.
In the clip, Dunne was wearing her LSU gymnastics leotard and posed in front of a mirror as she quoted Nicki Minaj: “Um, if you don’t like me, that’s fine. But, you know, watch your mouth.”
In the caption, she added, “only taking steps forward:).”