Christine Lampard's timeless sense of style hasn’t gone unnoticed, and the 38-year-old has been making a name for herself as one of ITV's most fashionable TV presenters. While appearing on Thursday's Loose Women, Frank Lampard's wife looked incredibly stylish in a statement tweed A-line skirt from British luxury womenswear label Winser London. The asymmetric design is priced at £249, and is cut from Italian wool, alpaca and mohair tweed in deep hues of red and blue.
The stylish piece has been designed by none other than Yasmin Le Bon – who has been the face of the brand since its launch in 2003. What's more, Winser London semed to be incredibly happy that the TV presenter had been spotted wearing an item from their store, as the skirt's online description now says: "As worn by Christine Lampard." The Loose Women panellist teamed her statement skirt with a simple teal long-sleeved T-shirt from L.K. Bennett and nude court shoes.
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Christine Lampard wore a skirt designed by Yasmin Le Bon on Loose Women
Shortly after Christine uploaded a photo of her outfit onto her Instagram account, fans were quick to share their views on the look – with one even likening it to 'royal Balmoral'. They said: "I absolutely loved this outfit today. It was very royal Balmoral with a modern, elegant twist!" Another added: "You looked AMAZING today! Stunning lady!" A third added: "Looking a tad fabulous."
Christine's look was put together with the help of popular celebrity stylist Angie Smith, whose clients include This Morning co-host Holly Willoughby, best-selling author Giovanna Fletcher, and The Saturdays singer Frankie Bridge. Last March, Holly caused a storm after wearing a colour-block dress - also by Winser London – which sold out the day she wore it. The £135 dress featured three-quarter length sleeves and a simple round neck, and came in a range of colours, with Holly wearing the black and pink design.
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The £249 tweed A-line skirt is by British label Winser London
Winser London was founded by Kim Winser OBE, who has rubbed shoulders with royalty, including the Duchess of Cambridge. Kim has previously spoken out about Meghan Markle's influence in the fashion industry, telling Newsweek: "Meghan is a serious influencer in the world of global fashion already. Her style is confident, modern and is different to that of Kate, Duchess of Cambridge."