Frankie Bridge looked amazing on Instagram wearing a maroon shirt dress she wore on Monday’s Loose Women. The street dress is £85 and is selling out fast and she paired it with gold shoes from Ego which cost £22.00.
On Easter Monday, the magnificent Frankie Bridge looked as chic as ever as she appeared on ITV loose women and as always, we were obsessed with her outfit!
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The mother-of-two decided to head to the high street for her dress and rocked a gorgeous brown shirt style that was close fitting and had the chicest collar. It was from & Other Stories and cost £85.
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The knit style had buttons up and down and was finished with a fitted, ribbed silhouette. Lush! Frankie added a stunning pair of gold high heels which cost just £22 at Ego. They sell out fast, so be quick if you want to buy them.
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The former Saturdays singer had her highlighted hair teased in a subtle wave and her makeup applied by a celebrity makeup artist Melissa Collins, who shared a fabulous image of the presenter on her Instagram page and verified Charlotte Tilbury’s name as the brand she was using. Magnificent.
Frankie looked amazing in her brown dress & Other Stories
The brunette beauty is now widely considered a fashion icon, but it feels like it wasn’t always that way.
Rib-knit button-up midi dress, £85, and other stories
She previously told HELLO! : “When we started in The Saturdays, we went to a premiere with all these dresses that looked like trash bags. Colorful trash bags with bows. They were just awful! I knew they were awful at the weather, but we had no choice and they were just awful and I don’t know what we were thinking!”
Strappy Lace Up Square Toe Heels, £22.99, Ego
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Speaking about her personal style, she explained, “I like to feel feminine but I don’t like to feel too girly-girly so I try to toughen up what I wear with maybe ankle boots. I’m also a huge black midi dress fan. I think the short black dress has become midi now. I love them, I think they flatter most people with a simple pair of heels.
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