Christine Lampard appeared on Loose Women on Monday and wow - what a stunning outfit she rocked! The ITV star delighted fans in a lilac roll neck jumper from Marks & Spencer. It was part of the pure cashmere jumper line and cost £89. With it's long sleeves, elegant silhouette and soft texture, it's a timeless buy. The 41-year-old paired it with a stunning printed skirt by L.K.Bennett and a pair of nude high heels. With her raven hair shaped in a lightly curled style, the TV presenter looked fabulous! Her outfit was put together by Mother Shoppers - Loose Women's resident stylists Bertie Bowen and Gemma Shanely, who are in charge of all the ladies on-screen outfits.
Christine looked fabulous on Monday's Loose Women
Speaking to HELLO! about all things fashion Bertie said: "We love ASOS, Topshop, & Other Stories. 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."
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"I don't think you should ever disregard a shop completely. You might think 'oh no too young' but actually, it's about going in and finding the right things that are good for you. Maybe having a look online first before you go into the shop to get an idea of what might work for you, that kind of helps sometimes."
Pure Cashmere Roll Neck Jumper, £89, Marks & Spencer
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Bertie also thinks that Instagram is really helpful when picking up style tips. "I think before, you would see stuff in a magazine, worn by a model who was late teens, early 20s, one size. And Instagram shows someone much more relatable, someone who is your size, your age, maybe wearing something a bit more practical, that you think 'oh yeah, I could wear that to work' and that is really inspiring and you go 'oh actually! I never thought to wear that with that.' It is definitely more accessible now."
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