Frankie Bridge took to Instagram last week to alert her followers that she has worked on a fashion collaboration with a high-street store. Uploading a gorgeous photo of herself sat in a field wearing a cosy looking jumper, she wrote: "I’m SOO excited to officially announce I’ve been working with the awesome British high street brand... Oasis... I’ve been a fan for years... and now... I’ve edited a small capsule collection of my favourite pieces from their autumn collection!!!!... It doesn’t launch until Thursday 29th online... and Friday 30th in stores."
SHOP: Frankie's jumper, £35, Oasis
The collection is a hit with her fans, and on Thursday night she hosted an industry dinner with magazine editors to showcase the collection. Looking stylish in one of her own pieces from the edit, Frankie wore the leopard print mini dress which she teamed with a pair of slouchy knee-high boots.
SHOP: Frankie's animal print dress, £45, and slouchy boots, £120, Oasis
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She even had a few celebrity pals comment on her news. Mollie King, who previously had an edit with Oasis, wrote: "Killing it" and singer Pixie Lott also sent her congratulations.
On Instagram Stories, Frankie said: "You know how much I'm obsessed with autumn-winter clothes … it has been so much fun for me."
The 30-year-old, who is married to former footballer Wayne Bridge, is known for her love of fashion and regularly shares snapshots of what she's been buying on her Instagram account.
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SHOP: Reggie chiffon dress, £48, Oasis
In a 2016 interview with HELLO!, the mum-of-two described her sense of style as "girly with a bit of an edge", telling us: "I like to feel feminine but I don't like to feel too girly-girly so I try to toughen up what I wear with maybe ankle boots or whatever."
There are no sequins in Frankie's edit, which makes sense because she once told us: "I'm not really a massive sequin fan. I always find at Christmas and New Year the shops are full of sparkly dresses and that's just not me. I think you can do sequins in a cool way, but I think there's a fine line."
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