Amanda Holden wrapped up against the winter weather on Wednesday in a festive red coat by Marks & Spencer, which is on sale for just £89. The Britain's Got Talent judge braved the freezing conditions to launch a new campaign for charity Macmillan, which enables you to write heartfelt messages to loved ones in the London sky. The 46-year-old TV star looked incredible in the statement item, which she wore over a matching red bandeau dress. She wore her long blonde hair in a wavy, voluminous style, which cascaded over her shoulders, and her make-up was typically flawless, featuring dark eyeshadow and a nude lipstick.
Amanda braved the cold in striking red coat
Christmas is the perfect season to embrace bright colours, and Amanda did just that in the tailored high-street coat, which has a lining, wide lapels and a double-breasted cut. Bold shades like this give a gentle nod to the hugely popular colour-pop trend, which brighten up your wardrobe in a flash. You would wear the outerwear staple like Amanda, and team it with a red ensemble, or use the coat to pep up a more muted outfit.
The stylish coat is by Marks and Spencer and is priced at £89
Amanda's festive look was created by ITV super stylist Angie Smith, who is most famously responsible for Holly Willoughby's daily looks, as well as Rochelle Humes and Spice Girl Emma Bunton's stylish get-ups. The TV presenter has been out and about in a variety of stylish outfits of late, including the evening of 20 November, when she wore a short, sparkly tailored mini-dress by ZARA.