Olivia Dunne’s Mini Dress, Sparkly Boots Are the Perfect Country Combo

The influencer sang along to a Morgan Wallen song on TikTok.
Olivia Dunne

Olivia Dunne.


Olivia Dunne has gone country. The LSU gymnast showed off an outfit that gave major cowgirl vibes in a recent TikTok.

Dunne, 20, modeled a strapless, ribbed chocolate brown mini dress and kicked one leg up in the air to show off a pair of glittery cowboy boots. She donned a white cowboy hat atop her head and sang along to “Everything I Love” by Morgan Wallen.

The college athlete wore her long blonde locks loose with a slight wave underneath her hat and accented her look with shimmery eyeshadow in the corners of her eyes and a glossy pink lip.

“a little commotion for the boots,” Dunne wrote in her caption.

Plenty of the LSU Tiger’s 7.4 million followers quickly piped into the comments section.

“Howdy girl 🤠,” one fan wrote, to which Dunne replied, “howdy partner 🤠.”

“[you’re] amazing at gymnastics such an inspiration!” another person added.

“Livvy slowly turning into a Country fan,” someone else observed.

“Cutest cowgirl ever,” an additional follower stated.

Wallen was slated to perform in Oxford, Miss., on Sunday but canceled the show mere minutes before it was set to begin due to losing his voice.

Last month, Dunne, who is clearly a huge fan of the artist, shared an Instagram story with an autographed copy of the singer’s new studio album, One Thing at a Time. She held it up for a selfie and wrote, “thank u @morganwallen :).”

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