Andrea McLean wore another winning look on Monday's episode of Loose Women – and we're beginning to think there isn't a colour she doesn't suit!
While we're used to seeing her rock a number of ravishing red ensembles, Andrea looked dreamy in a gorgeous green floral print frock from Wallis.
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The green and white ditsy print dress features a stylish midi cut, flattering wrap fit and chic floaty skirt. Reduced to just £10, it's no wonder the purse-friendly item has sold out online.
However, Wallis has a very similar number available for an equally pleasing price of just £35. With on-trend puffed sleeves, the same ditsy floral print, wrap front, and floaty midi length, the only real difference between the dresses is the colour.
Andrea McLean looked gorgeous in green
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Andrea's frock was a much lighter shade of green, while the other has a darker hue that makes it perfect for autumn. Still available in sizes 8-20, we suggest you add this to your virtual baskets without delay because we predict a sell-out!
Earlier this month, Andrea wore a similar floaty, floral dress in her go-to shade of red. The dreamy dress was from Nobody's Child – a favourite fashion brand of Stacey Solomon.
Green Floral Print Puff Sleeve Midi Dress, £35, Wallis
Adorned in a pink and red ditsy print, Andrea's 90s inspired maxi dress was a total bargain buy at just £35 online. Fitted with a V-neck, button-up front, and short sleeves, it's no wonder it's already sold out in most sizes.
Last month she also had fans flocking to the shops to get their hands on her fiery-red midi from H&M. Now just £10 in the sale, the cotton crêpe dress featured a statement square neckline, buttons down the front, dramatic puffed sleeves, and a detachable tie belt at the waist.
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