Amanda Holden's white off-the-shoulder top totally jazzes up her black leggings

The Britain's Got Talent judge keeps it simple yet oh-so-chic...

On Monday morning, the gorgeous Amanda Holden looked as stunning as ever in a subtle, yet stylish look that gave us all the classic vibes. The 48-year-old rocked a lovely white, off-the-shoulder top from Reiss, which is currently on sale for £50, and there are a few sizes left. The 'Marissa' top is made in a Bardot silhouette with long sleeves and could be styled with a pencil skirt and heels for a fuss-free yet sophisticated workwear look. Amanda decided to pair hers with black leggings and a pair of bouji black Jimmy Choo high heels. Fancy!


Amanda kept it classic in a Reiss top, leggings and heels

It appears that the mother-of-two has been making her daily outfits more stripped down lately, saving all the drama for her Britain's Got Talent looks, which are always more Avant-Garde.


White bardot top, £50 Reiss

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On Friday, the blonde beauty delighted fans with a pair of durable Reiss skinny jeans, which she rolled up and paired with a pair of white boots by Dune London. She finished the look with a slouchy, V-neck jumper from French Connection. The jeans and the jumper are still in stock, although the boots are sadly past-season buy. Also, gone was her mane of blonde, cascading curls, in place was a super-fierce, high, sleek bun. We loved the change - and so did her Instagram followers. One fan wrote: "LOVE your hair up!" Another wrote: "Loving the ‘up do!"

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The TV presenter's outfits are always put together by Karl Willett - the only celebrity stylist she works with. Speaking to HELLO! In 2019, he told us that he loves working with the BGT star and she enjoys high street numbers just as much as designer threads.

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He said: "I would describe Amanda's style as fresh and elegant, and she proves you can still look chic and be comfortable at the same time. Our purpose is to inspire everyday woman to recreate these looks from the high street."  

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