Fresh from her appearance on Dancing on Ice on Sunday evening, Loose Women's Saira Khan looked incredible on the famous lunchtime show, rocking a camel-toned shirt dress from high street favourite Marks & Spencer. From the Autograph collection, the £119 long-sleeve shirt dress is on the pricey side but is smart enough to wear to the office yet you could also dress it up with glamorous accessories for the evening. It has a lovely silky texture, a crisp collar, chest pockets and a feminine bow belt that ties at the waist. Love! The 48-year-old teamed the look with complimenting leopard print heels from Office and gold statement earrings from Mango.
We loved Saira's outfit on Tuesday's Loose Women
The TV star champions body confidence and we love her for it. In 2017, Saira and the rest of the Loose Women ladies stripped down to bikinis and swimming costumes for the show's body confidence campaign, posing in un-airbrushed photos.
£119, Marks & Spencer
Saira was called out by a Muslim man, who said he was "disgraced" to see a Muslim woman reveal herself in public. He said he was "sad" that Saira took pride in showing off her body, and concluded by saying it was his "duty" to speak out as a fellow brother.
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The TV star responded by saying: "I was brought up to not judge others – it's a basic requirement for Muslims – I feel so sorry for people like this who are so threatened by a woman's body – this is not a "sexual" campaign – it's one to empower women, for us to feel good about ourselves and our imperfections – it's my choice to do this and if Allah doesn't like it – let him deal with me."
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She went on to thank her "amazing Muslim followers" and said to those who keep reminding her that she is "not a Muslim" for her behaviour: "If a woman in a bikini offends your version of Islam –then seriously you should not be looking in the first place."
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