Amanda Holden has rocked another spring-appropriate outfit, opting for a midriff-bearing crop top for Wednesday's Heart Radio show!
The star looked incredible in the two-piece look, made from white and pink gingham cotton.
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Posing for a cheeky photo on Instagram, Amanda captioned her snap: "Morning. Just 'check'-ing out the weather," prompting plenty of comments from fashion fans.
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"Gorgeous in gingham," one wrote, with another writing: "This colour on you... wow!" A further fan also said: "Love this outfit so much."
Amanda posed in her gingham co-ord
If you're swooning over Amanda's latest look, too, it's still available to shop at Zara - the crop top costs £25.99, and the kick flare cropped trousers are £27.99.
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The star teamed her look with a pair of white stilettos and with her hair in its usual chic shoulder-length style. She also added her Otiumberg pearl-studded hoops.
Gingham co-ord, from £25.99, Zara
It seems that Amanda is in the mood for spring, since her outfits have been leaning towards pastel shades and flirty florals this week. On Tuesday, she rocked a floaty dress by one of her favourite swimwear designers, Melissa Odabash, complete with a twirling Instagram video to show off its daring leg split detail.
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As always, the presenter was dressed by her loyal stylist Karl Willett, who has previously spoken to HELLO! about Amanda's fun sense of fashion.
Wearing pretty florals on Wednesday
"She's a dream client, and a friend," he said. "She loves to take risks and be adventurous. Her approach to fashion and style is exciting for me - she is open to experiment and push the boundaries."
He sweetly added: "I would describe Amanda's style as fresh, summery, elegant - and she proves you can still look chic and be comfortable at the same time. Our purpose is to inspire everyday women to recreate these looks from the high street."