We love nothing more than finding out one of our favourite celebrity looks is from the high street – particularly when it’ll leave us with change from £20!
It’s for this reason that we were so pleased when we saw the lovely Christine Lampard’s recent Instagram post, where she revealed that her outfit for a morning appearance on ITV’s Lorraine included an item from affordable wardrobe hero Zara.
The tailored black trousers, which Christine’s stylist Angie Smith paired with a blue Winser London polo necked top and pointed black Julia Mays court shoes, are the perfect basic – and if you want to pick up a pair for yourself, they’ll set you back a very reasonable £19.99.
Fans of the presenter were quick to compliment her on her choice, with one writing: ‘Great look for you’ and another agreeing: ‘Absolutely gorgeous!’
The trousers are available to buy from Zara’s website and are currently available in sizes 4-16, with a size 18 said to be ‘coming soon’. The cropped style is flattering on the leg, and works just as well dressed up for a formal event as it does for everyday – we’ll be pairing ours with a smart shirt and heels for the office, and a cosy jumper for weekend wear.
Former The One Show host Christine, 39, isn’t the only celebrity fan of Zara’s range – stars as diverse as Gigi Hadid, Alexa Chung and even the Duchess of Cambridge have been spotted wearing styles from the Spanish store.
Christine, who is now also a regular on Loose Women, often uses her Instagram account to champion high street stores, with recent uploads showing her modelling options from M&S, Warehouse and Karen Millen.
In an interview with the Express earlier this year, Christine described her style as ‘quite classic, and I’m a real high street girl. I have a stylist called Angie who knows my body better than I do, and I trust her implicitly.’
When asked about her favourite brands, she added: ‘Zara is great, and occasionally I’ll go to Topshop for a nice jumper. I’m also a fan of J. Crew. I spend a lot of time in Westfield shopping centre in Shepherd’s Bush, too. I love it!’