Rounding off the week in style, Christine Lampard just stepped out in the dreamiest denim dress for Friday's episode of Lorraine, and we couldn't love it more.
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Embracing one of the season's most popular trends, the presenter gave off prairie-girl vibes in an anglaise-trimmed midi dress by one of her favourite brands, Rixo.
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Keeping all focus on the romantic details of her dress, Christine opted for simple and subtle accessories. Adding her go-to dagger droplet earrings, a silver interlocking chain necklace and a pair of nude square toe sandals, the 43-year-old looked seriously chic.
Retailing at £265, if you've fallen head over heels for Christine's dress then you're in luck. Available to shop in most sizes from Net-a-Porter, this transitional piece can be worn in summer with sandals or boots in autumn.
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Christine accessorised her Rixo dress with nude square toe sandals
Adorned with vintage-inspired details, it's made from lightweight denim and features a round neckline and gathered sleeves trimmed with ruffled broderie anglaise.
For her latest appearance on Lorraine, Christine completed her prairie-girl aesthetic with effortless beachy waves and a glowing complexion.
Rixo Denim Midi Dress, £265, Net-a-Porter
Framing her eyes with dark brown eyeshadow and a hint of mascara, she added sunkissed bronzer to contour and a lick of high-shine taupe lip gloss to match – stunning.
All week long Christine has been inspiring viewers with her on-screen wardrobe, and one of our favourites is the ravishing red dress which she wore on Thursday.
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Denim V-Neck Midi Wrap Dress, £39.50, Marks & Spencer
Sporting the Scoop Neck Knit Midi Dress from & Other Stories, the brunette beauty polished off her ensemble with nude sandals and layered gold necklaces.
When it comes to fashion, Christine likes to keep things simple, embodying a less is more approach. She previously said: "I like relatively simple cut clothes. I go for classic rather than flashing anything too much. I feel more comfortable having my legs covered and parts of my arms covered."
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