Frankie Bridge turns heads in a figure-hugging dress and £22 stilettos on Loose Women


Laura Sutcliffe

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.

Frankie’s dress:


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!”

Frankie’s shoes:

golden shoes

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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