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Andrea McLean’s Loose Women pink suit is a total bargain from Zara

The presenter is one of many celebs wearing this showstopping style

Abigal Malbon

The pink suit is clearly the style of the season; just ask Queen Letizia, Ashley Roberts and now Andrea McLean, if you need proof! The Loose Women presenter is the latest celeb to try the chic spring style after wearing a perfect pastel suit on Tuesday’s show, and we’ve never been more tempted to try colourful tailoring. Andrea styled her chic pink suit with a plain white blouse and wore her hair loose around her shoulders.

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We dig some digging online, and it looks like she wore an affordable style from high street favourite Zara. The entire suit comes in at under £50, which makes it a no-brainer to us!

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Basic blazer, £29.99, Zara

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Skinny trousers, £19.99, Zara

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And if you do snap one up, you’ll be in good company; celebs and royals are all wearing the must-have co-ord. Queen Letizia kicked off the trend in December 2019 when she attended the opening of a new exhibition at the Royal Palace in Madrid. At the time, she lit up the room in a white blouse layered underneath a suit, which consisted of a Boss blazer in a gorgeous millennial pink colour with tortoiseshell buttons and matching tailored trousers.

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Meanwhile, Heart FM presenter Ashley Roberts wore one of the hero buys of the season for M&S, which has been selling like crazy since launching. The brand shared a picture of their iteration of the pink suit on Instagram in January, writing: “Just Landed: the pink suit that’s equal parts business and pleasure.”

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It’s been selling fast, but is currently available in all sizes. Be quick!

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Wool blend blazer, £99, M&S

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Wool blend trousers, £59, M&S

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It’s clear that the pink suit is going to be a big deal over the coming months, and we’re definitely getting on board now! 

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