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Christine Lampard and Jane Moore's sustainable pledge on Loose Women revealed

The ITV presenters have a fashion epiphany...

The gorgeous Christine Lampard looked incredible on Monday afternoon as she hosted Loose Women. Looking as dazzling as ever, the mother-of-two rocked a vibrant purple outfit which came from high street store Jigsaw.

READ: Christine Lampard stuns Lorraine fans in her satin floral dress

Her top was the brand's 'Cloud Cashmere Crew Jumper', which has a cosy, lofty fee, made from fully traceable Mongolian cashmere. The flattering, fitted shape has long sleeves and ribs at the cuffs and hem. Priced at £110, it comes in three other shades and all sizes are currently in stock. Wahey!

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Her satin skirt was the perfect item to pair with the jumper, but it's sadly since sold out. 

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However, what you may not have realised, is this skirt and top were both actually worn by fellow LW panelist Jane Moore earlier this month, too.

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Christine wore a Jigsaw purple outfit on Monday's Loose Women...

Styled by the incredible Mother Shoppers - Gemma Shanley and Bertie Bowen who look after all the Loose Women stars' looks -  the outfit was also worn by Christine on Monday's show all in the name of sustainability. Stylists Bertie and Gemma told us: "Clothes swapping is a great, fun and sustainable way to update your wardrobe without costing a penny!"

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...Which Jane Moore wore a few weeks earlier!

We love the idea of the presenters sharing clothes, and it's a great way to save the environment in the long run.

READ: Christine Lampard's slinky skirt on Lorraine will make you seriously swoon

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Cloud Cashmere Crew Jumper, £110, Jigsaw

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Talking all things fashion, Mother Shoppers feel that Instagram has changed the way people dress for the better. Bertie previously told HELLO!: "I think before, you would see stuff in a magazine, worn by a model who was late teens, early 20s, one size. But Instagram shows someone much more relatable, someone who is your size, your age, 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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