Domenica Calarco endured a turbulent time on MAFS but she’s having the last laugh with the launch of her own fashion collection. 

The reality TV star took to social media today to announce her partnership with online clothing outlet Showpo. “IT’S HERE!!!!!!,” she exclaimed in all caps. “My edit with @showpo has finally dropped and I’m so freaking excited!!!!!!!!! This is a dream come true and I cannot wait to show you guys how I style the piece into my everyday eated (sic) robe and of course for a fun night out!!!”

Domenica has curated a selection of 50 pieces for Showpo, dubbed the Domenica Calarco X Showpo edit. “Dress code? Domenica. You loved her on MAFS, but she’s just getting started – and now she’s a Showpo girl,” the official description says.

“Channel her confidence with the exclusive new edit, Domenica Calarco x Showpo. From sequin dresses to bold blazers to fun sets in sorbet hues, every look has her stamp of approval. Be a rule breaker, risk taker and statement maker this season with Domenica and Showpo.”

The collection is nice and varied, featuring a sleek black cut-out dress, a dainty pink button-up shirt, a side split sequin mini skirt, and even some stylish white heels. Something to suit every occasion really. The cheapest item is a crop tank selling for $44.95, with the most expensive item in the collection only sitting at $229.95 for pink satin mini heels.

After announcing the cool career development on Instagram, Domenica immediately received lots of support from her former MAFS mates. “Congrats babe,” wrote Selina Chhaur. “Get it,” wrote Brent Vitiello, alongside several fire emojis. “YAS QUEEN OF QUEENS,” declared Ella May Ding.

You can take a look at the full collection and see what you make of Dominic’s fashion sensibilities here.

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