How incredible is Rochelle Humes' latest outfit? We are in awe of the classic look, which consisted of a pair of hugely on-trend balloon leg jeans, and a crisp white shirt. She amped up the look with a fab chunky belt and a pair of sexy high heels. Simple, yet totally stylish. You may be surprised to know that this expensive-looking getup actually comes from New Look - the fabulous high street store the mother-of-two has an edit with. The blouse will set you back £15.99, and the denims cost just £26. Who would have thought it, eh? And the best news is both items are in stock online, but for how long is anybody's guess.
Rochelle looked stunning in her latest outfit
Earlier this month, the 30-year-old was seen sunning herself in the Maldives (jealous, us? never!) and fans went crazy for her swimwear collection she shared on Instagram.
White Oversized Poplin Shirt, £15.99, New Look
A hugely popular design came from New Look - a beautiful belted black swimsuit which at the time, wasn't available to buy. But now it's finally dropped and costs just £25.99. Get beach ready, ladies!
Blue Balloon Leg Jeans, £25,99, New Look
HELLO sat down with the TV star in December, and she gave us the low-down on fashion - and in particular how much she enjoys dressing down.
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"I think in London there's no such thing as underdressing, which I quite like. I do enjoy dressing up, especially during the party season, but I do think you can go into a really high-end restaurant in a pair of jeans and a nice pair of trainers if you want and I kind of love the beauty of that."
And did you know, her two adorable daughters Alaia-Mai and Valentina love raiding her wardrobe? "They do it all the time! My nieces come over and my cousin's kids and they're all in my wardrobe, it's actually a nightmare - I need to get a lock on it. They just love to do it and you can't help it, I remember doing it when I was a kid. It's funny to see how they put it all together, y'know, with the clutch bag under the arm."
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