Stacey Solomon appeared on the new episode of Celebrity Juice on Thursday evening and fans went wild for her zesty top which featured embellished bananas emblazoned all over the front! What’s more the eye-catching tee - which she wore with black and white striped trousers – costs just £12.99 from Zara. The bargain number is part of the brands current collection and understandably is selling out fast. Stacey, 28, appeared on the comical show with her partner Joe Swash, as well as Holly Willoughby, Fearne Cotton and Maya Jama. The mother-of-two combined two top micro trends with the statement tee – graphic prints and colour pop.
Stacey looked incredible on Celebrity Juice
The Loose Women co-host often wears affordable clothes, which she always shares on her social media platforms - much to the delight of her fans - and her wardrobe is brimming with bargain-friendly pieces.
Stacey's top is just £12.99 from Zara
Last week she dazzled fans when she wore a pretty baby blue ruffle dress which set her back just £18! The mother-of-two wore the mega-cheap design which is from online e-store Boohoo and she added a pair of white ankle boots which complimented her impossibly long and lean legs.
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The former X Factor star has just returned from Coachella with her friends, where she wore an abundance of Primark items. One of her favourite pieces was an embellished denim jacket which features a variety of summery trends – tassels, embellishment and pom pom detailing.
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The jacket retails at just £35 and is the perfect festival attire. Standing in front of the iconic Coachella big wheel, Stacey wrote: "Classic Coachella post! Haha… it's the time when only photos from behind are acceptable! Lucky I have my most beautiful jacket on. It's my favourite festival outfit, again all from my favourite @primark soooo in love!!" Sticking to Instagram's rules, Stacey included the hashtags "#ad"