Mollie King has the ultimate snow day in super stylish high-street coat!

Former Strictly contestant is stylish in the snow

Mollie King was ready to brave the cold on Tuesday morning, as she stepped out in a brown belted trench coat by high street brand French Connection. The former Strictly Come Dancing star cosied up in the £169 design, which she teamed with black ripped jeans, a black roll neck and contrasting white bobble hat as she took to the streets of London – uploading live updates from her Instagram account. The snowy conditions only added to her stylish 'outfit of the day' post and fans took to the social media platform to offer their praise for her chic ensemble. "LOVE that jacket!" one wrote, while another added: "So stylish!" Mollie comically captioned the snap "Beast from the East right here" as she posed amidst a flurry of snowflakes.


Mollie looked gorgeous as she enjoyed the snowy weather

 The former Saturdays singer has had a busy few days, beginning on Saturday when she co-hosted a show on Radio One for the very first time. The blonde singer dazzled waiting photographers as she arrived at the studios, dressed in an incredible pair of rainbow trousers by Topshop which cost a purse-friendly £25! The striped trousers are made in a flared cut and feature this season's hottest trend – the rainbow print. The 30-year-old added a simple white T-shirt, 70s style metallic platform shoes, a statement yellow bag and a cut off denim jacket, also by Topshop.


Mollie's jacket is £169 by French Connection

Last week, the ex-girlfriend of David Gandy attended a variety of shows at London Fashion Week, including the Aspinal presentation where she dazzled waiting photographers in a white outfit which she teamed with nude shoes by Kurt Geiger. However fans were more excited about her 'cool girl bun' - a unique low-slung bun which gave her an off-duty look – featuring an edgy, pulled-through top knot and loose tendrils hanging down.

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