Amanda Holden is having a love affair with skirts right now. Fresh from rocking her M&S satin number the day before, the ITV favourite headed to Heart FM on Tuesday morning, wearing a delightful monochrome houndstooth skirt from Zara, which cost her just £19.99. The skirt is designed in an A-line shape with covered buttons and has an asymmetrical hem. There's a few sizes left, so get in there quick, ladies! She added a pair of black boots by Sosandar and a smart white shirt. Her 1.3 million Instagram fans were very taken with the look. Taking to the comments section, one wrote: " I can just about brush my hair to go to work ( some days I don’t ) but you always look a million dollars!" Another added: "Your fashion sense is fantastic!!!"
Amanda looked amazing in her Zara skirt
The blonde beauty may look uber chic when it comes to her daily role, but at home, it's a different story.
Houndstooth skirt, £19.99, Zara
Telling Fenn Wright Manson - the brand she has a fashion line with - she said: "I love it when it’s winter and it gets dark at half past four because if I’m not working in the afternoons I go home, have a bath and put on my pyjamas. In the summer I’d be in tracksuit, shorts, flip flops, anything to relax really. I dress appallingly at home, cosily. And I clock watch until 6 o’clock when I can open the fridge and pour some wine. Is that wrong?"
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That being said, she does pride herself of having her makeup looking perfect at all times. Telling HELLO! last year, she said: "There's no way I'd step out in my pyjamas or rock up without a lash. To preserve my own sense of dignity, I always try to look good. My nan Ethel used to tell me: 'Never let your husband see you without lipstick.' I'm very mindful of how I look when I go out – which is just as well as I get photographed every day."
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