How gorgeous did Jane Moore look for Monday's episode of Loose Women? The star chose a fun neon shirt for the show, for which she was joined by Andrea McLean, Denise Welch and Kelle Bryan. Even better, her look is a total bargain from Lands' End - currently reduced from £50 down to £25. We love this bold watermelon shade on Jane, chosen as always by ITV stylists Bertie Bowen and Gemma Shanley.
Women's Print Non-iron Supima Shirt, £25, Lands' End
The presenter's latest look is Land's Ends' 'Non-iron Supima Shirt' in the light watermelon sorbet print, which features pretty white polka dots. We bet we're not the only ones who like the sound of that non-iron finish - and we reckon Jane's top would look lovely with everything from jeans to shorts and culottes.
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Loose Women's Jane often wows the show's fans with her fashion picks, and recently rocked a denim jumpsuit from one of her favourite brands Me+Em - which is also popular with the Duchesses of Cambridge and Sussex. She also looked beautiful in a floral Oliver Bonas dress to celebrate her 58th birthday back in May.
Wearing a Me+Em jumpsuit earlier in June
Jane sweetly posted: "A huge thank you to all my @loosewomen colleagues for this yummy cake and gorgeous flowers and also all you lovely Insta chums for making my lockdown birthday so special with your messages. I can't thank you enough and hope you're all faring as well as can be in these challenging times."
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Sharing another outfit with her Instagram fans, Jane also revealed that a surprising fashion consequence following her time in lockdown! Sporting her silver Zara heels, she wrote: "Now my feet have been in my lockdown slippers for so many weeks, they've gone feral and spread out to such an extent that no proper shoes fit me anymore. Ouch!" We can totally relate…
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