Showing us all how it’s done once again, Amanda Holden has stepped out in another show-stopping outfit that is equal parts wow factor and off-duty cool.
The TV and radio star is always updating her followers on Instagram with daily outfit photos, and lucky for us she loves to mix high-end designer pieces with affordable high street clothes, making it super easy for us to emulate her effortless style.
Her most recent outfit is no different, mixing a loose-fit satin shirt from M&S in an eye-popping mandarin hue with dark blue flared jeans from Topshop and a Gucci belt and trainers. Paired with her tousled wavy hair, this outfit is giving us total seventies vibes, which is bang on trend for this season.
With the shirt coming in an the extremely affordable price of £39.50, and available on the M&S website, we can all get Amanda’s tropical style delivered to our doors. The outfit was a winner on Instagram too, with fellow celeb Myleene Klass commenting: ‘Love love LOVE this look ?’ and the post so far having gained just shy of 14,000 likes.
A good quality satin shirt is an excellent staple to have in any wardrobe, and this M&S one comes in a rainbow of hues, from Amanda’s mandarin to black, cream and teal, too (top tip: the teal is currently on sale for £22).
While the more classic cream and black versions may seem more versatile, Amanda teaches us a lesson in making an unexpected sorbet shade work for daytime. All versions of the shirt are finished with mother of pearl buttons to truly top off the opulent look.
For another shot of Amanda in the stunning blouse, she also posted a video of her and fellow radio co-host Ashley Roberts messing around in the Heart studios on the same day, giving us another look at the orange-hued blouse.
Amanda popped a heavy black belted coat on top of her blouse to brave the cooler temperatures of the outdoors. We can imagine the shirt also looking great under a blazer and tucked into slim-fit peg trousers for the ultimate workwear style, or pair it with a dark wash denim A-line midi skirt for another take on the seventies trend.