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Bachelor Alert: Corinne Just Dropped a Team Corn Clothing Line!

Our all-time fave Bachelor vill has teamed up with Riot Society to create a Team Corn clothing capsule—a.k.a the Bachelor Nation merch of our dreams—and yes, there *is* a Platinum Vagine tee available for purchase. Peep the best/most hilarious pieces from the line, right this way


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Bachelor Nation, get ready to swipe those platinum credit cards because Bachelor vill Corinne Olympios just released a Team Corn clothing line based on some of her most meme-worthy quotes.

We already knew the “multi-million dollar business owner” was up to something thanks to the major hint she dropped on Instagram earlier this week: a Team Corn post captioned “Excited to share a special surprise coming this week… #jointheteam #staytuned #teamcorn.” But an entire clothing line devoted to the best Bachelor villain EVER just seemed to good to be true!

But alas, dreams *do* come true! The Bachelor contestant (and hopefully soon to be Bachelor In Paradise contestant) has announced the launch of her line with the chicest Insta vid. “Today my new Team Corn collection dropped and I am so taken aback by how many people have supported!” the 25-year-old Miami native wrote in the caption. “I truly thank all of you! I teamed up with @riotsocietyclothing and worked with them every step of the way, and now the Team Corn Shop is live!”

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The capsule, which is a collab with clothing label Riot Society, is modelled by Corinne herself as well as fellow contestant Jasmine G (the choker!) and features Corinne-inspired clothing for women and men—including “Make America Corinne Again” hats, “Cheese Pasta & Chill” tank tops and of course some Abe Lincoln merch—because he took naps too.

For your viewing/shopping pleasure, here are all the pieces, alongside the original descriptions from the site (they’re just TOO GOOD).

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