Linda Robson has just returned to Loose Women after a break and wow, doesn't she look fabulous? The former Bird of a Feather actress wore a pair of black trousers, high heel boots and a fabulous leopard print top from high street store H&M, which cost just £9. Yes, you read that correctly; £9! Originally priced at £12.99, the blouse was cut in an airy shape and had a stand-up collar. We loved how it gathered at the top, front and back, which created a soft draping style. It also had long balloon sleeves and close-fitting, buttoned cuffs, with a gently rounded hem. There are few sizes left, and it also comes in a snakeskin print, too.
Linda looked amazing in her leopard print blouse
The 61-year-old's outfit was put together by Mother Shoppers - the stylists who work on Loose Women and are in charge of all the ladies' wardrobes. Gemma Shanely and Bertie Bowen are the duo behind the brand and they specialise in dressing celebrities in affordable, high street clothes.
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Bertie told HELLO! recently: "We love ASOS, Topshop, & Other Stories - all the high street brands. I think within each shop, there is going to be something that suits you. My mum is 63 and she shops in Topshop, and she looks amazing. I don't think you should ever disregard a shop completely, even places like River Island, you might think 'oh no too young' but actually it's going in and finding the right things that are good for you."
Leopard print blouse, £9, H&M
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On the lunchtime show, the pair have a system, where they sort out what the Loose ladies will be wearing on screen each day. "We have something called the grid that tells us who is going to be on that week and we consult it. Most of the women have their section in the wardrobe room and we replenish their outfits regularly, as well as borrowing pieces."
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