Amanda Holden has been rocking so many stylish outfits recently, that quite frankly, we just can't keep up! On Wednesday, the Britain's Got Talent judge delighted Instagram fans with her new getup - which consisted of a navy blue, bell-sleeve jumper and a yellow mini skirt from French Connection, which costs £70. The skirt was made from a soft faux suede,and the soft textured number was designed with a flattering, A-line silhouette and seam detailing. All sizes are available online now should you wish to invest. It's nice to see a bit of colour in January, when it's cold, dark and miserable, right?
Amanda looked incredible in her bright skirt
Skirts are on the mother-of-two's radar right now. On Tuesday, the ITV star wore a delightful monochrome houndstooth skirt from Zara, which cost her just £19.99 in the brand's January sale. The design was made with an A-line shape and had an asymmetrical hem.
Suedette mini skirt, £70, French Connection
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!!!"
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We're looking forward to seeing what Fenn Wright Manson - the fashion brand Amanda has a range with - are coming up with for 2020. Amanda revealed all, and we can't wait to invest. "We’ve brought in more trousery things, lots of things you might wear for a special event like a wedding or a Christening, very feminine lace and really gorgeous pastel colours. They are things you can keep in your wardrobe for ages because they’re beautifully made. The spring collection is based around women I look up to or have inspired me, so some are friends and some are just women I think are fabulous."
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