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Rochelle Humes just served the best alternative to a Christmas party dress

Who needs a Christmas jumper, eh?

Carla Challis

Christmas parties are just around the corner; no, we're not anywhere near December yet but check the shops and you'll see they're full of Christmas party dresses, from the classic little black dress to a full-on sequin showstopper. If you're looking for something stylishly different for this year's Christmas party, look to Rochelle Humes for the coolest alternative to a Christmas party dress. The This Morning host shared a picture of herself while on a shoot wearing the most incredible pair of star print trousers from Rixo London. The Rocky trousers, retailing for £196, feature a ridiculously cool kick-flare leg for an achingly stylish 70s silhouette, and the gilded star motif is pure party perfection.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Rochelle, who was taking part in a shoot for high street favourite M&S, for which she is part of a celebrity food panel alongside Amanda Holden, Emma Willis and Paddy McGuinness, added a wrap front black blouse and sparkly star-embellished heels from Kurt Geiger, costing £79. The mum-of-two was styled by Angie Smith, stylist to the stars including Holly Willoughby and Christine Lampard. Rochelle's fans were loving her look; one posted: "Gorgeous as always! Those trousers are insane!" with another commenting "This is the best alternative to a Christmas jumper ever".

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The 29-year-old recently shared her skincare secrets, and the simple way she combats acne. As well as relying on a plethora of luxury skincare labels including Le Mer, Rochelle shared on her Instagram Stories her favourite spot lotion. Holding up a bottle of 10% Sulfur Paste from beauty brand Malin + Goetz, she wrote: "This is such a good little spot buster." Rochelle then popped a picture of herself covered in the cream, which was dotted all over face. According to the label, you apply the £19 paste to any acne-affected areas before bed and leave to dry overnight. Come morning, the white paste hardens which you then rinse away – along with any angry looking spots. We're bulk-buying.

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