Amanda Holden looked sensational on Friday morning, rocking a brand new - and very bright - new outfit! The ITV favourite stepped out in an orange and black tartan tube skirt from Zara, which is sadly a past-season buy that sold out as soon as it hit shelves. If you can't get it out of your head, you will have to head for eBay, where there are a few listed. Amanda added a co-ordinating orange jumper by James Lakeland. The puff sleeve knit is cut in a loose and boxy shape, with drop shoulder detailing and a high neckline. Priced at £89.99, it's currently available online in all sizes. As always, fans loved her look. One follower wrote: "Gorgeous, every day you look amazing." Another added: "We absolutely love this outfit! you look stunning."
What a zesty look!
The mother-of-two has been embracing a warmer-toned palette lately; after all, it is officially autumn now, right? On Thursday, the ITV star shared a photo of herself on Instagram wearing with a £225 brown leather dress, which came from luxury high street brand French Connection, stocked online at John Lewis. It was a stunning number, made in a classic shift shape, it had a belted waist, and features two handy front pockets. The 48-year-old teamed the look with a cream-coloured roll neck and a pair of lovely khaki boots from Joseph.
SHOP: £89.99, James Lakeland
We can only imagine how incredible Amanda's wardrobe is at her home.
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Speaking to The Mirror, The Britain's Got Talent judge said about her Hollywood-style wardrobe: "I'm a huge Sex And The City fan and Chris did a Mr Big and turned a whole room into my wardrobe. Except, he didn't leave a pair of Manolos at the end… but he arranged everything else! It’s something I've always dreamt of. There’s a remote-controlled mirror that goes up and down and lights up – it’s amazing!" OK, we are officially jealous.
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