Ever wondered who the woman behind Holly Willoughby’s coveted wardrobe is? Meet Angie Smith, the stylist who’s been credited with creating Holly’s incredible on-screen fashion clout, as well as dressing the likes of Davina McCall, Rochelle Humes, Christine Lampard and Emma Bunton.
And now you can get a slice of Angie style advice on the high street, thanks to the new edit that she’s curated with Fat Face.
The A/W 19-focused collection is centred on key cuts pieces that you won’t want to be without this season, from cord jackets to chic jumpsuits and floaty vintage-inspired blouses.
Angie and the team have stuck to a complementary colour palette, meaning that each item can be mixed and matched for a versatile capture wardrobe, and the details – rounded collars, tiered hems, ribbed fabrics – elevate them from everyday essentials to statement staples you’ll wear again and again.
Angie says that her philosophy is ‘less is more and you should never feel uncomfortable,’ hence her simple, timeless take on items like knitwear and denim. ‘Invest in classic pieces that will last you more than one season,’ she advises – and her picks are the perfect place to start.
5 of the best things to buy from Angie Smith’s Fat Face edit
Angie says: ‘I love how this shirt feels like something you would find in a vintage shop.’
Angie says: ‘Leave the tie undone for a casual and comfy look or cinch in the waistline for a stylish evening look.’
Angie says: ‘This is your weekend jumper.’
Angie says: ‘Mustard is super easy to wear and an amazing pop of colour to lift your wardrobe.’
Angie says: ‘Cord is a classic. Style it as you would denim, and never be afraid to double up.’ Try Fat Face’s co-ordinating wide leg crops.